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Old Feb 20, 2005, 6:09 PM   #1
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I was out and about today for a coupel of hours trying to learn how to use the FZ. I'd like comments and any tips that you can suggest - i.e. new working brain:

Tower Bridge and a wee plane (have to love that lens)
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Old Feb 20, 2005, 6:10 PM   #2
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City Hall and this Pebble standing on end
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Old Feb 20, 2005, 6:12 PM   #3
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HMS Belfast - it was closing time so they threw me off just after I took this one...
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Old Feb 20, 2005, 6:39 PM   #4
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All three are excellent shots. Can't say much more could be done to improve on those.

Except you guys have huge pebbles across the pond.
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Very nice shots Harj
#1 the jet contrasts the old architecture and I see a vapour trail too.
#2 nice compostion
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Paji, What a shot !!!

All three are excellent shots, what was your standing postion while first photo.
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Not sure where that pebble turned up from - must from the country!

I only noticed the jet trail after you mentioned it. I was trying to capture the moon behind the tower but that cloud got in the way and it was too cold to wait for it to goaway.

Not sure how far I was from the bridge - I was on the southside of the Thames approx 50ft+ away from entrance upto the bridge, but that lens the FZ has is just remarkable.

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Not sure where that pebble turned up from - must from the country!

I only noticed the jet trail after you mentioned it. I was trying to capture the moon behind the tower but that cloud got in the way and it was too cold to wait for it to goaway.

Not sure how far I was from the bridge - I was on the southside of the Thames approx 50ft+ away from entrance upto the bridge, but that lens the FZ has is just remarkable.

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Old Feb 21, 2005, 5:32 PM   #9
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Am quite taken with the City Hall Photo. With the bridge in the backgroud and the pebble in the foreground it contrasts both the architectural styles as well as as old with new. Very nice composition I think :-)
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Rajeev

I just remembered where i took the first pic - infront of city hall - near the 3rd or 4th lamp post.
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