The Australian F1 grand prix 2011

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Re: The Australian F1 grand prix 2011

Postby yamaha_george » Tue Mar 29, 2011 8:47 am

chefen2006 wrote:Nice. I bet it was a great day. !!

Chef,
you can tell by the 5 o'clock shadow Chris really let his hair down jk not sure if the smile is because his new wife is holding tight or he is just pleased with a great set of shots from a fantastic day out

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Re: The Australian F1 grand prix 2011

Postby chefen2006 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 8:56 am

yamaha_george wrote:
chefen2006 wrote:Nice. I bet it was a great day. !!

Chef,
you can tell by the 5 o'clock shadow Chris really let his hair down jk not sure if the smile is because his new wife is holding tight or he is just pleased with a great set of shots from a fantastic day out


That's 2 good reasons to bee smiling :thumbsup:

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Re: The Australian F1 grand prix 2011

Postby kilika2 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 9:11 am

csofos wrote:
kilika2 wrote:I was going to comment on the fact that you had a fast camera. I sell the d-slrs at Best Buy and so naturally I was curious. Good job with the manual focus.

Chris.

My camera is the Nikon D3000. The lens i used here, was a nikon (made in China though) 75-240mm. The manual focus made things very hard. Even harder than the Moto GP shoots in Phillip island. But thanks for your kind words


Alright I sell that camera too. The D3100, just an option if you ever decide to upgrade. ;)

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Re: The Australian F1 grand prix 2011

Postby csofos » Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:42 am

chefen2006 wrote:Nice. I bet it was a graet day. Looks you were very close to the track, the noise must have been insane!!

Thank God the day was sunny! And yes, the noise was tremendous!!!! We had to keep our ear plugs all the time. Being just 4-5meters away from the track, it makes it really difficult!
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Re: The Australian F1 grand prix 2011

Postby csofos » Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:45 am

yamaha_george wrote:
chefen2006 wrote:Nice. I bet it was a great day. !!

Chef,
you can tell by the 5 o'clock shadow Chris really let his hair down jk not sure if the smile is because his new wife is holding tight or he is just pleased with a great set of shots from a fantastic day out

Hehehehehe.... cheeky bagger. Maybe both ;-)
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