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Flowers at the Museum

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Re: Flowers at the Museum

Postby sidd finch » Thu Jul 09, 2020 8:46 am

Dave, botanical gardens music to my ears. I look forward to watching what you record. I really enjoy recording flowers. With so many colors it makes a visually appealing video to me.

Here in Blighty we are on track for the wettest July ever recorded.


John Silver lining is the ducks feet will better propel you through the water, and Do they make a waterproof case for your smartphone... :hyst:

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Re: Flowers at the Museum

Postby John 'twosheds' McDonald » Thu Jul 09, 2020 9:22 am

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Re: Flowers at the Museum

Postby sidd finch » Thu Jul 09, 2020 9:28 am

John It looks like Dr Seuss has your back...

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Re: Flowers at the Museum

Postby Dave McElderry » Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:29 am

John 'twosheds' McDonald wrote:Here in Blighty we are on track for the wettest July ever recorded. My toes are turning into duck's feet and I am in the process of going red. It isn't sunburn it is rust! :(

John, when you start growing that slimy green fungus it's time to really be concerned. :eek:
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Re: Flowers at the Museum

Postby Paz_Pazzaz » Thu Jul 09, 2020 3:07 pm

::wav:: :CS: :TU:

Love you guys! I needed a good laugh!

Sidd, you can make even phone footage look professional.


That's what I thought.

Thanks Mom. For me the gimbal is a necessity. The few times I record without it it feels like I am recording from a shake table. I also like to move around when filming so I think the gimbal helps to smooth it out.


Yeppers.

Mr. B was watching golf on TV the other day and as usual, I was amazed at the ability of the cameramen to zoom in on the ball in such steady footage. I decided to try an experiment... I took my largest Joby tripod, the one about 16 to 18 inches tall (40 - 45 cm), and wrapped one leg behind my neck, put the foot of another leg on my breastbone and held the third with my left hand while making camera adjustments with my right hand, looking through the camera's viewfinder. Of course, I have problems if I breathe... but I am SO pleased with what I was able to get that I have ordered a shoulder rig. Should be here sometime next week.

Promise to post something for y'all once I've figured out whether the shoulder rig will help enough. The Joby has the problem of unwrapping from the back of my neck if I bend over to follow a bug or some such on the ground, and I don't know how the shoulder rig will work in that situation, but I'm hopefully excited.

Great California flowers, Sidd. Like Dave, I wish there were gardens near here that I could explore in addition to our local duckpond, and like John, I'm tired of rain. I have a hanging basket of petunia flowers covered in mold. Looks like spider webs until you get a closer look.
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Re: Flowers at the Museum

Postby sidd finch » Fri Jul 10, 2020 8:55 am

I took my largest Joby tripod, the one about 16 to 18 inches tall (40 - 45 cm), and wrapped one leg behind my neck, put the foot of another leg on my breastbone and held the third with my left hand while making camera adjustments with my right hand


Pazz that begs a picture... lol attack of the killer Joby's

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