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  • From the Archive .... Phil's early images (part-2 ... the decade from 2011 to 2020)

    G'day all

    As mentioned earlier, one advantage from having to repair my PS Organiser catalogue was the need to revisit all my earlier originals - with the pleasant discovery of so many images that were worthy of viewing again. (it is also a beaut way of keeping in touch with my mates here while otherwise in 'lockdown'

    This post will start the process again and starting from the top will save you the need to scroll down thru heaps of already-seen images

    Phil
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    G'day all ~ Here's a few 2011 images with various cameras

    57) Landscape with windmill

    exif- Panny G2; 1/5s x F11; ISO-200; 14-140 lens at 14mm

    58) Knocked off for lunch

    exif- Panny G2; 1/1600s x F8,0; ISO-200; 45-200 lens at 200mm

    59) Cat on a hot-tin roof (or its equivalent out in the bush)

    exif- Panny G2; 1/500s x F5,6; ISO-200; 45-200 lens at 200mm

    60) Campfire in the bush ~ who would ever want to stay in a caravan park?

    exif- Panny G-2; 10 x 30s -stacked @ F5,6; ISO-1000; 14-42 lens at 14mm

    as always, feedback welcome
    Phil
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    > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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    From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (16)

    G'day all
    Here's a few 2011 images with various cameras

    61) Over the moon !

    exif- Panny FZ-30; 1/500s x F7,1; ISO-200; lens at 24x zoom (stretched) / 750mm FF equiv

    62) Belle of the ball - now with her hands full

    exif- Pentax Kx; 1/40s x F5,0; ISO-200; 18-135 lens at 3x zoom / 55mm

    63) Flyin' Hi ... homeward bound

    exif- Panny FZ-30; 1/200s x F4,0; ISO-200; lens at 12x zoom / 315mm FF equiv

    64) Dun goin - now at rest

    exif- Panny FZ-30; 1/500s x F8,0; ISO-200; lens at 7x zoom / 165mm FF equiv

    as always, feedback welcome
    Phil
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    > Offers Digital Photography workshops in outback eastern Australia
    > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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    • HansE
      HansE commented
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      Isac could fix that.

    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Done, see below.

  • #3
    From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (17)

    G'day all
    Here's a few 2012 images with various cameras

    65) Returning home - after a successful day's fishing - Forster NSW


    exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/1100s x F8,0; ISO-400; lens at 24x zoom / 600mm FF equiv

    66) A peaceful coastal sundown scene - Forster NSW


    exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/30s x F11; ISO-100; lens at 4x zoom / 105mm FF equiv

    67) The surfing diva - a very competent and highly skilled young woman


    exif- Panny G2; 1/2000s x F11; ISO-1600; 100-300 lens at 300mm

    68) Oft referred to as a 'shag on a rock' -- but not on this occasion


    exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/350s x F5,6; ISO-200; lens at 15x zoom / 350mm FF equiv

    as always, feedback welcome
    Phil
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    > Offers Digital Photography workshops in outback eastern Australia
    > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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    • #4
      Well what can I say? Such a diverse lot for sure. Although they're all fabulous, best for me is 63, closely followed by 65 and 66.
      I Shoot A Canon

      Web: isacimages.com / My Gear

      I dusted once and it came back. I'm not falling for that again!
      If you boil a funny bone, it becomes a laughing stock. That's humerus.

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      • #5
        Excellent images Phil. I agree with Isac's picks.
        Alan W

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        • #6
          Originally posted by Isac View Post
          Well what can I say? Such a diverse lot for sure. Although they're all fabulous, best for me is 63, closely followed by 65 and 66.

          Wigz- Excellent images Phil. I agree with Isac's picks.
          G'day fellas

          Thanks for your thoughts

          I suspect that each of us has a similar diverse range of images, and should you / each / go back to review (as I have been forced to do in rebuilding the libraries) then you will find your beaut images are hiding just below the surface too

          Phil
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          > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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          • #7
            From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (17)

            G'day all
            Here's a few 2013 images with the Fuji XS-1 camera - a very mixed-up design that had its good points and others that drove me nutz.
            The 20x zoom lens was quite okay, but it was the funny focusing that finally got to me such that I gave the camera to someone else
            While the menu offered (the usual) focus options over its 49 focus points, at no stage did it ever use more than one focus point to attempt to gain best focus

            65) Waiting for the Ute

            exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/450s x F3,6; ISO-100; lens at 2x zoom / 50mm FF equiv

            66) Heading into danger ~ narrow road and one-lane bridge ahead (ps this where I wish city-based caravanners would have & use a 2-way radio)

            exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/750s x F6,4; ISO-100; lens at 6x zoom / 150mm FF equiv

            67) Misty start to the day ~ Wrenbrook Retreat

            exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/640s x F5,0; ISO-100; lens at 2x zoom / 50mm FF equiv

            68) Victorian country backroad to nowhere in particular

            exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/450s x F3,6; ISO-100; lens at 2x zoom / 50mm FF equiv

            as always, feedback welcome
            Phil
            __________________
            > Offers Digital Photography workshops in outback eastern Australia
            > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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            • Isac
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              I'm gathering you have a predilection for winding roads/tracks and I must say they do present as great fodder for a good photo op.

            • Ozzie_Traveller
              Ozzie_Traveller commented
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              Dunno Isac- but most times a wiggly / bendy road makes a beaut leading line into 'somewhere'
              Phil

          • #8
            From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (18)

            G'day all
            Here's a few 2014 images with various cameras

            69) Reflections from the steam loco boiler, Wilderness Railway, Tasmania

            exif- Panny G2; 1/40s x F4,9; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 45mm

            70) Late afternoon highlights, Atherton Tablelands, Qld

            exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/250s x F5,6; ISO-200; lens at 26x zoom / 600mm FF equiv

            71) Blue Wren jumping to attention, Arthur River, Tas

            exif- Panny G2; 1/1000s x F5,6; ISO-800; 14-140 lens at 140mm

            72) Off to the winning post, Jandowie country races, Qld

            exif- Panny G2; 1/30s x F22; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 35mm

            as always, feedback welcome
            Phil
            __________________
            > Offers Digital Photography workshops in outback eastern Australia
            > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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            • Isac
              Isac commented
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              More fabulous colours Phil.

            • Ozzie_Traveller
              Ozzie_Traveller commented
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              Thx mate ....
              Phil

          • #9
            From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (19)

            G'day all
            Here's a few 2016 images with various cameras

            73) Tawny Frogmouth and young in the nest

            exif- Panny G2; 1/160s x F5,6; ISO-200; 14-140 lens at 140mm

            74) Setting sun & Parliament House, Canberra

            exif- Panny G2; 1/1600s x F9,0; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 140mm

            75) Safety floats alongside a swimming area

            exif- Panny G2; 1/400s x F8,0; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 40mm

            76) Myall Lakes, coastal NSW + sand dunes at sunrise

            exif- Panny G2; 1/400s x F5,6; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 120mm

            as always, feedback welcome
            Phil
            __________________
            > Offers Digital Photography workshops in outback eastern Australia
            > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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            • Isac
              Isac commented
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              More goodies Phil. The sand dunes are amazing. Well done.

            • Ozzie_Traveller
              Ozzie_Traveller commented
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              Thanks mate
              Your comments are appreciated
              Phil

            • HansE
              HansE commented
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              I stopped here as well. Great shot Phil.
              Loved the softness and textures.

          • #10
            From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images ~ and this is the final in the series ... hope others here have enjoyed them

            G'day all
            Here's a few 2017 images with various cameras

            77) Some caravanners have trouble with signs saying "Heavy Vehicle parking only"

            exif- Panny G2; 1/160s x F5,0; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 40mm

            77) The house of lines and shadows

            exif- Panny g2; 1/640s x F8,0; ISO-200; 14-140 lens at 14mm

            78) Mirror panels in a solar collecting dish

            exif- Panny G2; 1/320s x F5,6; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 110mm

            79) There's an acrobat in most families

            exif- Panny FZ-200; 1/1600s x F4,5; ISO-400; lens at 24x zoom / 600mm FF equiv

            as always, feedback welcome
            Phil
            __________________
            > Offers Digital Photography workshops in outback eastern Australia
            > recent images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_traveller/sets/

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            • #11
              Another great set Phil. The caravan guy must have thought if he can't lift the caravan, it is a heavy vehicle. HaHa. The noisy minor really needed a bit of D&B so I couldn't help myself

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              I Shoot A Canon

              Web: isacimages.com / My Gear

              I dusted once and it came back. I'm not falling for that again!
              If you boil a funny bone, it becomes a laughing stock. That's humerus.

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              • #12
                All set to go!
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                I Shoot A Canon

                Web: isacimages.com / My Gear

                I dusted once and it came back. I'm not falling for that again!
                If you boil a funny bone, it becomes a laughing stock. That's humerus.

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                • #13
                  Ohhhhh Isac ..... you are a wikkid bloke sometimes

                  Phil
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