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    Re: What for the short list?

    Very perceptive of Mrs. Stackman. I recently described elsewhere how I'd compared a 17-40 f4L, 16-35 f4L and 16-35 f2.8L and that, in my trial shots at different apertures and focal lengths, the...
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    Re: Social Media

    I try to avoid it and am only on a small number of special interest Facebook groups for where there is no alternative. I still receive many 'friend requests' from people I know (and from several I...
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    Re: When I were nobbut a nipper......

    Me too. Simpler times probably never to be seen again :( Although I suppose they could always tie strings to old smartphones :biggrin:)

    Nice pic, good composition and exquisite lighting ...
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    Re: Photo to look like a Painting

    I've wanted to try this for a while and, while expecting PS would be able to something, have never really explored the how of it.

    A quick Google found lots of ideas and tutorials but the one I...
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    Re: Something not train related...

    Ah, you shouldn't have :redface: but I'm glad you did, thanks :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Leaving Goathland

    Trying different locations is often rewarding and this has produced a nice image :thumbsup: OK, it could do with a slight counter-clockwise tweak but I still like it.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Something not train related...

    It's a Citroen H Van and I've always had a liking for them. Seemingly so do many others as they're very collectable and I've seen many conversions to coffee and ice-cream vans both here and in...
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    Re: Moon & Earth.

    That's a hell of a selfie stick you've got Dave :biggrin:

    Nice pic too :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Oor Wullie bucket trail

    Actually I did but didn't want to seem picky :biggrin:
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    Re: Oor Wullie bucket trail

    Nice and Nigel's edit works well as Willie stands out better but, as good as the symetry is, I'm afraid my OCD won't let me get over that he's not central.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Dead Tree - River Alde Suffolk

    Nice composition and processing but private so not possible to appreciate on Flickr :(

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: CadWest F15

    Very good indeed :thumbsup: and everyone ought to pop over to Flickr to appreciate it fully.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Hever Castle

    A nice set that I agree the second and third could do with a tweak to the exposure balance but the first is a joy! :thumbsup:
    I especially like the way the lovely wild flowers have gone such a long...
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    Re: River Plym

    That's a great shot, a real masterclass on photographing a river :thumbsup:

    EXIF not viewable so what were your settings please?

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Coton Manor Lake. {again}

    No need to apologise as it's a lovely location.

    Normally I'm less happy with people in landscape shots but this pair add so much that they make the shot :thumbsup:

    There's still something...
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    Re: Eighteen Smiling Faces

    An image that will be framed and find eighteen lounge walls to be proudly hung on!

    Congratulations to each and every one of them :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  17. Re: Old & New at Brancaster Staithes Norfolk

    A well composed colourful image of an interesting subject that I like very much :thumbsup:

    I've got Brixham near me which is very photogenic but is at the more commercial, if not industrial, end...
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    Re: Dover Castle

    A nice set :thumbsup: Only ever been to Dover to catch a ferry but do fancy a trip around the cliffs and castle. One day, one day...

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: 926 and 825

    A great capture :thumbsup:

    I'd have cloned the bloke out, though. I assume he had a camera? Photographers, pah! They get everywhere :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Foreland Point - v2

    Thanks folks :smile:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Double Headed Steam Locos

    Double headed post too but not my doing :confused:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Double Headed Steam Locos

    Very nice and a good new viewpoint too :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Double Headed Steam Locos

    Very nice and a good new viewpoint too :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Foreland Point - v2

    Apologies for posting an image so similar to one posted previously but, as I said elsewhere, this is the image I'd planned as the previous one was a single shot while this is a five-image portrait...
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    Re: Coton Manor Lake.

    I view any image posted here as being a 'taster' for what lies through the click-portal leading to Flickr where it may be better appreciated and a more considered critique given. Those who only...
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