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TAM London 2010 photos

6 comments to TAM London 2010 photos

  • You honestly would not believe just how long it took me to make this work.
    *shakes head*
    If it’s not working for you please let me know and I’ll then have to ask someone else for help as I’ll have no clue how to fix it.
    *facepalm*

  • Works in Firefox. Clicking the thumbnails displays the large pic — is that how it’s supposed to work, or should there be an automatic slide-show option?

    Nice pics, BTW (mine here).

  • Thanks Paul, that’s the way it is supposed to work. There’s no automatic slideshow. Not figured that out yet.
    *whew!*
    You’ve got some good stuff there yourself.
    I reckon this one of yours
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/revupreview/5108193876/in/set-72157625207024762/
    and this one of mine
    http://www.hampshireskeptics.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/DSC_56081.jpg
    were probably taken about a second apart !
    :-D
    What ISO were you shooting at ?

  • Figured it out !
    Well figured it out with the help of buying the Pro version of SimpleViewer anyway ;-)

    Look OK ?

  • It works really well now, though its near synchronisation with the WinSitP thumbnails changing in the left sidebar is a little distracting…

    (FYI my shot of Randi was 1/40s f5.6 ISO 1600, Nikon D40 with 55-200mm VR lens at 180mm.)

  • Good point about the synchronisation, didn’t think of that. I’ll fix it with a timing change. I think I’ll stick to prime numbers for the timings as then there’ll be minimal overlap in common multiples.

    It’s really fantastic what can be done at high ISOs these days. It would have been unthinkable to shoot digital at 1600 several years ago. Plenty of the SitP photos are shot at ISO 3200 or one of the two Hi settings as the noise isn’t visible when they’re shrunk down to 400 pixels wide. For TAM I was shooting at ISO 800 to 1000, Nikon D300, 70-200 F2.8VR mostly at 200mm.
    Can’t wait for 9 Lessons to take some more.

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