Now that the K3 has been returned.. back to work with the K5 IIs

Started Nov 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
Jim Radcliffe
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Re: Now that the K3 has been returned.. back to work with the K5 IIs

BrianC wrote:

I hope you have a book in the making! Your images are amazing and your descriptions fit perfectly.

Your patience for setting up shots is also impressive. I have a hard time setting up my tripod most times. I guess that's the difference between me and a real photographer.

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Brian, the book has been in the making for the last four years... I keep shooting and wanting to add more and more.. truth is I would rather shoot than publish.  I'll get around to it one of these days.

The night photography that I do does take time and preperation but the rewards have been much greater to me than the typical landscapes I shoot during the day.  You do everything in the dark, sometimes pitch black.. you struggle with focus, shutter speed and aperture, ISO settings and a host of other issues you don't normally run into doing photography during the day.. but it's all worth it to me.. and, it allows me to shoot 24/7.

When you can't go out and shoot during the day due to work...there is always the night... but most importantly, it's fun.

Thanks for your kind words.

PS.. I hate tripods but you have to use one at night.. there is just no way around it.

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Jim Radcliffe
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