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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdunn View Post
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    Gail. Regarding; is that your post #5110; is the winged horse Pegasus?
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    Where is Debra Winger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrafikFeat View Post
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    Marchyman, what kind of mount is that for your V-1??
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    Quote Originally Posted by 460Jetboat View Post
    Marchyman, what kind of mount is that for your V-1??
    It was a RAM mount. I got tired of being alerted every time I passed a shopping center and removed the V-1 a while ago. Lets see...

    http://www.cycoactive.com/gps/other_mounts_ram.html

    scroll down about 1/2 way to GRSP3H (which is actually the Street Pilot 3 Handlebar) mount. Now picture velcro all over the round part with the other half of the velcro stuck to the bottom of the V1. Wiping both the mount and the V1 with an alcohol swap then letting it dry helps make the velcro adhesive stick. It stayed stuck for many years before I got fed up and removed it. (The CHP did not need radar to issue me the only ticket I've received on the GS ).

    For mounting to the thin rail on the GS I added GRAHA: RAM Crossbar Adapter for GRAH... see http://www.cycoactive.com/ram/parts.html about half way down the page again.

    Now back to talk about pictures.

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    thanks!~
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    Cool

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    That's what I like. The closeup of wildflowers with the mountain backdrop -- everything is in reasonable focus.

    I can't stand the shallow DOF shots that are all the rage . My eyes don't see that way and I don't want my camera to record that way. I find it's not as easy to get around the problem (what I consider a problem) with digital cameras as it was with film cameras. And yes, I understand all about aperture and DOF.

    Constructive discussion welcome...
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    Folks use DOF usually to hide distractions.
    It also evokes a 'soft' mood.

    My eyes don't see black and white yet I love Ansel Adam's work.

    There are times and places for all effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommcgee View Post
    That's what I like. The closeup of wildflowers with the mountain backdrop -- everything is in reasonable focus.

    I can't stand the shallow DOF shots that are all the rage . My eyes don't see that way and I don't want my camera to record that way. I find it's not as easy to get around the problem (what I consider a problem) with digital cameras as it was with film cameras. And yes, I understand all about aperture and DOF.

    Constructive discussion welcome...
    That was taken with an early generation Digital, or "film less" camera as many refereed to them in the late 90's.

    That was a shot from a Nikon Coolpix 950. 2.1 MP. Before all the software advances, there was a large choice of manual settings for a "pocket" camera. I was stuck on top of a mountain waiting for weather clear and allow me to jump off it on a para-sail. So I had some time to play around and get what I wanted.

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