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    Tuesday 28th December 2010.




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    St. Anthony's church and the Throstles Nest public house.

    One serves communion wine, the other, Blossom Hill.
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    Thanks, Ged. There's a 1930s view of the Throstles Nest pub on Flickr. Interesting to see the different look to the outside of the pub back then.

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    Default 29TH December

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    Dusk on the river
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    Lime Street railway station of the night.

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    Wow. That's some wide angled lens innit. Tripod jobby as well was it. All my night shots are blurred

    Cracking shot. Love the colours and the windows of the old railway hotel. The blue tint from the screen and the Adelphi sign is so clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    All my night shots are blurred
    No tripod? Try a little bean-bag, Ged.
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    A bean bag, i'm not carrying that around with me - how little. People won't think i'm a down and out will they, looking for a doorway along Limey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    A bean bag, i'm not carrying that around with me - how little. People won't think i'm a down and out will they, looking for a doorway along Limey?
    I carry one that fits nice and snug in my hand. But I have BIG hands........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Wow. That's some wide angled lens innit. Tripod jobby as well was it.
    Thank you! I don't use tripod, just leaned my back against the wall.

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    Bean bags,Resting back against wall sometimes there you can't do this.

    The only solution is a Monopod,easy to carry around and its lightweight.
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    You can put a little bean bag in your pocket but thee can't do the same with a monopod.
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    Sometimes setting a short delay (2 seconds or so) and holding your breath will work.

    This way the movement of the camera doesn't affect the shot when you press the button....

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    31st December 2010

    The Albert Dock from Liverpool One
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    There is always something to rest on, lamposts ,bollards,rails and such.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    There is always something to rest on, lamposts ,bollards,rails and such.
    Especially after having a few. *hick*

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