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    Re: York from the river Ouse

    A very good comosition with lots of interest :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  2. Re: Sturgeon Moon (nothing to do with Nicola)

    Excellent shot John, you got some nice little twinkles from the lights but not so much to be distracting. I like it :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Local Fishing Lake

    Both nice but it's the portrait version for me as it's got a better aspect ratio and includes foreground and clouds. :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    JOhn
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    Re: Maori Lakes Canterbury New Zealand

    A stunning photograph that really needs a link to Flickr in order that it may be appreciated at a decent size.

    Cheers,
    John
  5. Re: Union of South Africa - Torbay EXpress

    Glad to know it's running today so I'll have a wander down the garden in a minutr :biggrin:

    PS Nice bit of panning BTW :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  6. Re: 3 more Plymouth firework shots for Colin

    More good work John :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  7. Re: Fireworks Championships - Plymouth 2019

    A great set John :thumbsup:

    Our local display was scheduled for tonight but cancelled :(

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Must of been a BIG Spider

    I like this a lot! Well conceived and captured :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Isaac on the L&BR

    Thanks Tom and Trev :smile:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Which film camera did you like the best?

    I bought an EOS 650 just about as soon as it was released and it was a big step up from the cameras I'd used until then. I later added a EOS 5 but didn't really gel with it so would have to say the...
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    Re: Bus Shelter

    Hmm, not sure about this as I haven't made up my mind about IR yet and I can't help wondering what a 'straight' shot would be like. That said, it is a nice scene and well composed but, perhaps, the...
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    Re: Packed & Ready

    An interesting subject, nicely composed and executed :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Reflected Gold

    I couldn't decide whether to put this in Land or Landscapes so chose the latter.

    It's a seven shot HDR that I nearly didn't bother processing as I kicked myself too late about not having removed...
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    Re: L&BR - Now in Colour!

    Thanks Paul and I agree about the bales and sign both of which I was aware of and considered cloning out as they offended me too but didn't think I could do so seamlessly.

    This image taken at the...
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    Re: Lemons and a pepper!

    Very good, I like clever work like this :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: L&BR - Now in Colour!

    Thanks Derek :smile:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Street perfomer earlier today

    I like this a lot; interesting subject, works well in colour, good DoF and quite a bit of menace. Excellent work :thumbsup: (agree about the slight crop).

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: L&BR - Now in Colour!

    Thanks folks :smile:

    I agree the steam is the winner but I also liked the second and third as they have a 'model railway' quality to them.

    Cheers,
    John
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    L&BR - Now in Colour!

    It really was a miserable day when I dropped into the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway at Woody Bay as can be seen from the sky (it started raining just as I left). The conditions and subject matter...
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    Re: Royal Duchy (again)

    Only just spotted this but very nice John :thumbsup:

    At such a low level at trackside on a mainline straight section you really get to appreciate a big steam engine at speed :biggrin:

    Cheers,...
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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    No, that's not correct; what the camera sees is not what you saw as human eyes have a far greater dynamic range than a camera so for an image to represent what you really saw you need to, as a...
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    Re: Bristol Floating Harbour

    Really good John, a great pano with lots of interesting things to zoom in on :thumbsup: Still looking for Gromit though :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    I think to process or not depends on subject matter. I don't photograph wildlife but were I to then I'd never take liberties but for those subjects I do shoot I'm trying to create a work of art...
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    Re: Isaac on the L&BR

    Thanks Bill :smile:

    It's funny about steam shots that they lend themselves so well to mono but there is still a place for colour. With these I couldn't decide which would be best so processed the...
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    Re: Dartmouth viewed from the Castle

    Excellent John :thumbsup:

    When I saw the single portrait in another place I did wonder about a pano and here it is :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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