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  1. SDGooseHunter2008

    SDGooseHunter2008 TS Member

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    Here are a couple photo's that I had taken with my camera of my brother shooting, thought they were pretty neat.
    -Foster Bartholow
     
  2. foghorn220

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    Foster:


    All I see is a red X

    <a href="http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v294/foghorn220/animation/people/?action=view&current=brokenimage.gif" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>

    I noticed the link is to windows live skydive I don't know anything about that program but if it has more than one link that you can copy and paste then you might need to use another one.

    I know on photobucket most will use a Html code.

    foggy
     
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    Cool photos, hey are you related to Foster Brooks?
     
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    Juno


    I doubt if he is kin to Foster Brooks at all

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    Foster Bartholow

    I can see the photo's now it looks like you stored them on photobucket now.

    Like I said I don't know about the windows live skydive thing maybe it is for blog's but on this trap site it won't store photo's and video's anyway it has to be a link to a storage site as Photobucket and others, or even your own web page that the Internet server offers.

    Ok I just use the photo bucket it is easier for me.

    Foggy
     
  12. Bob Hawkes

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    Nice shots Foster, what type of camera were you using? Bob
     
  13. bodybuilder

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    I've been trying to get photos like that for along time. Tell us about the camera,film and shutter speed please.
     
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    for all you non beleivers in shot string length look at the first pic you can still see shot that HASNT got to the target yet and the target is shattered! say what you like but you can be off a little and that tail end may get run into by the target and save your bacon. KK
     
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    Not only that, but it looks like the densest part of the pattern isn't at the bird yet. I've seen a bunch of video in slow motion and never saw this before. Looks like it might be a foot and a half or two feet long, but clearly sausage shaped.

    Interesting.
     
  16. SDGooseHunter2008

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    hey Bob and Targetmaster,

    I was using a nikon D200 (digital). It was a nice sunny day so I was shooting with a very fast shutter speed, I am not too sure of the exact speed, but I know that it was very fast, probably around 3200 to 5000... What we did is my brother and I went on top of the trap house and set them on straight away's. This way we could get the same location everytime, once that was correct and we were focused correctly I took the pictures with the continuous mode on so I could capture 5 photos per target and hopefully get a few good shots out of it.

    If you have any other questions feel free to ask.

    Thanks,
    Foster
     
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    I have been trying to get some pictures like this but have not had as good of results as you did. What lens were you using on you Nikon d 200?
    Thanks
    Ray
     
  18. SDGooseHunter2008

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    Ray,

    I was using a sigma 100-300mm lens with VR.

    -Foster
     
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    my wife has a digital camera, she was good enough to me to actually have a picture of this as I broke my 1st 100 straight! I have a photo of my 100th bird! it is kinda cool!
     
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    Superdog,

    Thats awesome!! try uploading the picture on this thread if you can, sounds like an amazing picture!! Great job with first 100 straight!!

    -Foster
     
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