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    Re: Scorehill Dartmoor

    That's a great image as it has colour, texture and composition (although maybe consider cropping a bit off the top to give a margin equal to the sides?).

    Cheers,
    John
  2. Re: A study in straight lines,verticals and angles.

    Another really good study :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: What for the short list?

    My 25 year award was 200 and I spent it on a Canon EOS body and lens... an EOS 650 and EF 35-105 but that was way back in 1988 soon after the autofocus 650, the first in the now very long EOS line,...
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    Re: Loughborough Station today.

    Very good! An interesting subject, ideal for mono, perfect symmetry, lovely sky and not too many distracting muggles :thumbsup:

    Some may comment on the verticals needing a push but not me, oh dear...
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    Re: Bonehill Rocks Dartmoor

    Really good! A nice path leading the eye into the scene, some texture from the rocks, colour from the bracken and sky interest all combine to make a lovely picture :thumbsup: (although I'd have lost...
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    Re: Beaulieu visit

    A nice original and colourful set with Spirit of Ecstasy especially good :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    The Torbay Express at Hollicombe...

    I wasn't going to bother with this as I've posted so many from the same spot but, on reflection, think this may be the only streak shot and posted from here.
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    Re: Gettin the Harvest in

    Very well captured and a good demonstration that a colour image doesn't needs lots of different colours to be successful :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Tower Bridge at night

    A really interesting, well considered, composed and exposed set :thumbsup:

    A little bit of noise in the sky but at ISO 25,600? I think that may be forgiven :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: 'The Torbay Express'

    Very well captured Colin :thumbsup:

    I didn't make it out to see it so had to be content with a 'bottom of the garden' shot but as I've posted so many from there the location is a bit tired now I...
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    Re: Trentham Gardens sculptures

    Two very nice pictures of some good sculptural additions to the garden. I like the fairy as a design and the background blur brings it out well. The composition of the second is right on the money...
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    Re: Porthgain Pembrokeshire

    That's lovely and a place I don't know. I've been to Pembroke a few times but never really explored but will put that right in future.

    I would have lost the people too.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: East Marden Well

    Haha doesn't it just :biggrin: I like that a lot though :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Mablethorpe beach

    Two very different shots. The first shows how man can intrude on and detract from natural beauty while the second shows that nature wins hands down. That said I like the idea of using the path and...
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    Re: Mealasta Beach

    Lots of lovely colours and textures there with the stream leading the eye nicely to the sea so, yes I do like it. I'm just not sure about the boulder in the foreground which, as nice as it is, does...
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    Re: Mealasta Beach Long Exposure

    I like that and it works particularly well in a square aspect. There is something frustratingly familiar about it that I can't quite put my finger on; perhaps it's the aspect but I'm thinking record...
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    Re: Lincolnshire blue hour

    I liked the original but did think the edit was stronger as it placed the pole (which, I also thought an essential element) on a third and removed the fence post. I would have cloned the contrail...
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    Re: Tarbert in Blue

    I like that very much as it has so much going for it from the starlight and reflections to the deep blue of the sky and how it shows how still and tranquil Scottish weather can be (although the flags...
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    Re: Highland Lighthouse

    A good picture of an interesting subject that works well in mono. I think the composition that placed the tower on a third was correct. :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Duchess of Southerland

    I can only echo Mr. Liddle's comments :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: The Royal Duchy

    Very good indeed :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: What passes for art today.

    Beauty is subjective but, personally, I have time for modern art and placing it in conjunction with classical architecture, formal gardens or even wilder landscape can be very effective.

    Here, I...
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    Re: Porthcothan sunset

    Cracking shot John, it ticks all my boxes :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
  24. Thread: Padstow

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    Re: Padstow

    Nice one John :thumbsup:

    Padstow is very photogenic and the small harbour does lend itself so well to panos such as this. I also like Padstow but am saddened by how busy it's become over the years...
  25. Re: Kozfest Sunset - now with all the contrail in

    Thanks John, that's very good and shows what is possible. I only ever use 'Merge to panorama in Photoshop' and let PS automate the process then apply 'Adaptive Wide Angle' to straighten it if...
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