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  • Isac
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    I guess I did get it wrong John. Would have been a major task to get a person under each clock. Maybe "Rush Hour" could produce the results for you. Tripod with remote shutter?

  • Grumpy John
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    Two great tuts Isac, thanks for posting.

  • Grumpy John
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    You misunderstood my comment Isac. I wanted there to be nine people under the nine clocks, much the way the lady with the blue hair was standing under a blue sign.

  • Isac
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    Just a thought with the "9 Clocks" shot, next time, you could try a few tricks to remove the people. 2 different methods. No tripod needed but better if you do use one.
    I've found that Manual mode is best so there is no lighting issues and and it makes for better quicker editing.



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  • Isac
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    Good work mate.

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  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    Geez GJ ..... I remember those clocks
    and also the fellas who came along with their long stick / pole and placed the tip into the bottom of the clock to adjust is for the next departure
    Phil

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  • Grumpy John
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    You wouldn't want to know how long I stood there waiting for 9 people to pass through the arches.

  • wigz
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    Well balanced brightness between outside and inside. The colour and gradation of light inside is very pleasing.

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  • Grumpy John
    started a topic The 9 Clocks

    The 9 Clocks

    Flinders Street Station, from the inside.

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