November and December - Open - ENTRIES

Discussion in 'Monthly Competition' started by Steeeeed, Nov 7, 2017.

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  1. Steeeeed

    Steeeeed Winger

    ENTRIES ONLY PLEASE.

    I'm thinking we should leave these 2 months open. I guess people are busy approaching Christmas so it may help to have an open theme. So, anything goes (within normal rules of the board of course). We still have some autumnal colours, the days are short so good chance to get warm morning or evening light, lots of dark nights, hopefully some snow, fireworks at New Year, Christmas, etc!

    With new year in mind, lets say photos from now until Jan 2nd. Then;
    • Post your picture directly in this thread. Please keep the previous rules of no larger than 2000 pixels on long edge, 5MB in size.
    • You can enter up to 5 photos
    • Please consider adding EXIF data, e.g. camera, lens, ISO, aperture, shutter speed.
    Please just keep this thread for photo entries. Any discussion required, please use the discussion thread.

    Thanks - good luck and enjoy shooting.
     
  2. becs

    becs Striker

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  3. BiffaBeercan

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  4. phil

    phil Midfield

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  5. AB22 Easy Tiger

    AB22 Easy Tiger Nocturnal Tourist Staff Member Contributor

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  7. Kid Galahad

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  8. AB22 Easy Tiger

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  9. kossoff

    kossoff Winger

    I'm a whore so entering 5 pics again:

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  10. kossoff

    kossoff Winger

    From today:

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  11. kossoff

    kossoff Winger

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    Data:

    Pic 1: f/22, 125mm, 30 seconds, ISO 100
    Pic 2: f/3.5, 18mm, 1/20, ISO 100
    Pic 3: f/22, 18mm, 1/100, ISO 100
    Pic 4: f/9, 180mm, 1/125, ISO 100
    Pic 5: f/5.6, 300mm, 1/4000, ISO 200

    Pic 1 data (above) is actually Pic 2's and vice versa.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2018
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