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  1. Thread: Epicenter

    by ColytonJohn
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    Re: Epicenter

    I think when most people put their face into a flower they close their eyes and smell the scent. This is a good example of why eyes should be kept open to enjoy the beauty of the tiny world so...
  2. Thread: Rannoch

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    Re: Rannoch

    Oh David, there's so much to like with these but their potential isn't being realised as they're crying out for a bit of processing. Sorry :(

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Grasses on the Moors.

    A nice set David.

    I like the first one because it's minimalist with no background whatsoever. Almost Japanese in feel.

    The second one I also like for the same reason but I'm not sure if that's...
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    Re: Wild or Captive, does it matter?

    No risk of falling but being pushed? Now that's another matter :biggrin:
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    Re: Wild or Captive, does it matter?

    I'm here to improve my photography and would be the first to admit that, with the help given, it has. What I seek is constructive criticism so please tell me if my composition, aperture, shutter or...
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    Re: Perthshire after dark?

    I like that a lot Dave :thumbsup:

    True I'd be moving the processing sliders around but, I must confess, would probably end up just where you have :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
  7. Thread: Water Fall

    by ColytonJohn
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    Re: Water Fall

    I like it - nice and stripy :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Poppy Field

    Potentially a great image with good composition but I must question the processing as it does seem a tad over saturated and lacking detail especially in the mid section.

    Cheers,
    John
  9. Thread: Skomer

    by ColytonJohn
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    Re: Skomer

    Impressive and dramatic use of mono :thumbsup: Just a pity I can't click through to Flickr to see it fill my screen.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Chatsworth House

    A nice collection :thumbsup:, one day I will visit.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Tornado returning the Bristol

    Ah, you shouldn't have :biggrin:

    BTW I'm in cider country this weekend and will ensure much of Somerset's cider reserve is consumed - staying at Tucker's Grave :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: New addition to my kit

    I've got one too, bought after reading a review that stated how good the IS was. It's rock steady and can be hand held at far slower speeds than you could rightly expect. Enjoy!

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Tornado returning the Bristol

    A good subject for mono and the valves being open adds a lot to it. :thumbsup:

    A bit tight on the left but at least you got the whole train in. One of my bugbears is a cropped end of train but I'm...
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    Re: Under Tyne Bridge

    Nice and brutal so my sort of mono. The cables don't trouble me. :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: The Water Stage

    Three very different but three very effective shots. Love them all :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  16. Re: 34046 Braunton at Hollicombe - The End

    Thanks Colin and Trev :smile:

    When film was so expensive I was never one to dash to the other side of a bridge to grab a going away shot but digital is free so why not or even try something else...
  17. Re: 34046 Braunton at Hollicombe - another viewpoint :-)

    Thanks Trev :smile:

    Not quite on the bridge but near as makes no difference. It was looking over the wire fence just before it which was once a classic viewpoint (especially when the gasworks was...
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    Re: Tornado at Hollicombe...

    Thanks folks :smile:



    When we bought this house friends (and even strangers have wandered into the garden) have admired the view but some even said "all you need to do now is get the railway...
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    Re: 34046 Braunton - Powderham

    Very nice :thumbsup: They really can crack along on that stretch.

    Cheers,
    John
  20. Re: 34046 Braunton at Hollicombe - another viewpoint :-)

    Thanks folks :smile:

    Incidentally, Saphos have been in touch again seeking permission to use these later shots too :redface:

    Cheers,
    John
  21. Re: ‘English Riviera Express’ - 34046 ‘Braunton’

    And rightly so :biggrin:

    But when the Torbay Expresses start later in the month they may get even more coverage if the earmarked traction is used:

    6201: Princess Elizabeth
    6233: Duchess of...
  22. Re: ‘English Riviera Express’ - 34046 ‘Braunton’

    Please do. I'm away quite a bit during July and August but something local would be nice if I'm around.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Shropshire Union Canal

    Interesting scene captured with good composition and exposure with excellent use of the reflection :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  24. Re: 34046 Braunton at Hollicombe - The End

    Maybe :( I'd go and ask but they're grumpy buggers :biggrin:
  25. 34046 Braunton at Hollicombe - The End

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48221203971_a1d005b8b9_c.jpg5D3_0071_AuroraHDR2019-edit by John Leah, on Flickr

    Cheers,
    John

    PS Nice house on the right :biggrin:
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