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The Camera can capture some fantastic moments....II

The Camera can capture some fantastic moments....II

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Muntu

6,870 posts

107 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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mneame

1,440 posts

119 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Blib said:
That's never stopped me.

(Oh and the 'splits girl' is a repost).
Damn, thought it was a different one.

What about Nancy Lam doing the splits?



stephen300o

15,454 posts

136 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Woohoo! page three!

North West Tom

10,298 posts

85 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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I like ze number tree.


Mr Gearchange

5,253 posts

114 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Muntu said:
As much as I detest everyone calling "Shop" on pictures posted on here - this one doesn't look right to me.
Presumably they have used some kind of special lens to give the impression of the curvature of the earth (I'm not that thick).
But they still seem to be bloody high - especially considering the perspective of the ground below - too high to be jumping without oxygen.
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Blib

31,311 posts

105 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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mneame said:
What about Nancy Lam doing the splits?
I'd rather you didn't.

stephen300o

15,454 posts

136 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Seems a lot of these large folk ar quite bendy, I wonder why this is?

tilley441

296 posts

61 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Mr Gearchange said:
Muntu said:
As much as I detest everyone calling "Shop" on pictures posted on here - this one doesn't look right to me.
Presumably they have used some kind of special lens to give the impression of the curvature of the earth (I'm not that thick).
But they still seem to be bloody high - especially considering the perspective of the ground below - too high to be jumping without oxygen.
aint it just a fish eye lenes, i wouldnt have thought that someone would want to shop this also skydiving takes place inbetween 3000 and 20000 feet

Oily Nails

2,932 posts

108 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Bugger me didn't see the new thread...thought Bilb had had another Tantrum and taken his reposts home with him.

Edited by Oily Nails on Monday 1st August 18:13

Apache

39,690 posts

192 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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tilley441 said:
Mr Gearchange said:
Muntu said:
As much as I detest everyone calling "Shop" on pictures posted on here - this one doesn't look right to me.
Presumably they have used some kind of special lens to give the impression of the curvature of the earth (I'm not that thick).
But they still seem to be bloody high - especially considering the perspective of the ground below - too high to be jumping without oxygen.
aint it just a fish eye lenes, i wouldnt have thought that someone would want to shop this also skydiving takes place inbetween 3000 and 20000 feet
they're very high and have no oxygen

LongQ

11,862 posts

141 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Apache said:
tilley441 said:
Mr Gearchange said:
Muntu said:
As much as I detest everyone calling "Shop" on pictures posted on here - this one doesn't look right to me.
Presumably they have used some kind of special lens to give the impression of the curvature of the earth (I'm not that thick).
But they still seem to be bloody high - especially considering the perspective of the ground below - too high to be jumping without oxygen.
aint it just a fish eye lenes, i wouldnt have thought that someone would want to shop this also skydiving takes place inbetween 3000 and 20000 feet
they're very high and have no oxygen
I don't think they are as high as you think they are. That's a very wide angle lens/fisheye lens and the difference in person size across what is probably about a 5 to 6 mtr circle is a lot. Yet you can still just make out buildings on the ground in various parts of the island below. Wide angle and fisheye can have some deceptive effects whe used well in unfamiliar contexts.


stephen300o

15,454 posts

136 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Blib

31,311 posts

105 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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austin

929 posts

111 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Better put something on the thread then so I can follow it.



Sadly I may have even posted this myself in the old thread...

Also can I suggest that putting a link to part two in part one may help people who just think "oh well, that was fun, now I need to go and do something productive."

Bugeyeandy

5,149 posts

105 months

Blib

31,311 posts

105 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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austin said:
Better put something on the thread then so I can follow it.

Sadly I may have even posted this myself in the old thread...

Also can I suggest that putting a link to part two in part one may help people who just think "oh well, that was fun, now I need to go and do something productive."
Austin.

wavey

Whenever you post, I immediately conjure up an image similar to this...



Hope the archiving is moving along smoothly.

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Oily Nails

2,932 posts

108 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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So thats where the PH Poll votes are counted..... wink

Blib

31,311 posts

105 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Oily Nails said:
So thats where the PH Poll votes are counted..... wink
Actually, it's an archive of the PH members currently banned by me from posting on here. Your name is in there somewhere, Oily. If only we can find it.


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Muntu

6,870 posts

107 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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austin

929 posts

111 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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Blib said:
austin said:
Better put something on the thread then so I can follow it.

Sadly I may have even posted this myself in the old thread...

Also can I suggest that putting a link to part two in part one may help people who just think "oh well, that was fun, now I need to go and do something productive."
Austin.

wavey

Whenever you post, I immediately conjure up an image similar to this...



Hope the archiving is moving along smoothly.

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Close. This is one row of about 100. I've done about three bays in this row.



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