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Malcolm Park

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  • Joined Alamy
    28 Jun 2004

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  1. I’m in the midst of selling this lens (Nikon fit). It’s got a good range and extremely well made lens, has given me great results from a static position tripod mounted but too heavy, needs a tripod or monopod for practical use. Weighs a lot in a rucksac and I opted for the much more practical and physically smaller, though expensive, 500mm Nikon PF lens in its place - lightweight, faster autofocus and easy to handhold. As a result it gets more use. Appreciate you are Canon so that’s no help.
  2. After a day of dreary grey cloud on 8th May in London the sun dramatically appears towards early evening and lights up 1 Canada Square in Docklands.
  3. Can’t agree more. I have the 24-70 f2.8 VR lens on a D850 and 24-70 f4 lens on a Z7 which I’m using more and more for press work. Much prefer the latter, the Z f4 lens is a revelation.
  4. Photographed 2007, sold yesterday $$ presentation or newsletter.
  5. Always pleasing when this coincides
  6. 17 April 2021. The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery signal start of national one minute silence for funeral of HRH Prince Philip, photographed on parade ground at Woolwich Barracks, London. What gives with the condensed posted image?
  7. I’ve sold the occasional image of the City of London skyline (which is continually changing) searched with a specific month and year (sometimes 10 years back) so I don’t discard the older shots. I do keep updating the same subject though.
  8. Indeed, I covered the pre-sale with several shots: Image ID: R5436G
  9. Country Life magazine 5th March 2021 Malcolm Park - The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London, UK. 14th November 2019. George IV: Art & Spectacle exhibition preview, presenting his unrivalled collection of art, much of which remains in the Royal Collection. The exhibition runs from 15 November 2019 - 3 May 2020. Image: Sir Thomas Lawrence - George IV, 1821. Credit: Malcolm Park/Alamy Live News. Credit: Alamy. Image ID: 2A9APCT
  10. Colourful Snow Moon rising behind the Crystal Palace transmitter, London (Nikon Z7/500mm lens).
  11. My only way to deal with the ridiculous prem access situation at the other place was to remove all my images with them and place them on Alamy
  12. I think its a 4-engine DC6. There appears to be additional exhause staining inboard of the engine shown suggesting a second engine on that side off frame to right. The small air intake (above the engine pod) also looks like DC6 shaped.
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