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  1. Re: Jessops going into receivership again

    When it happens to me,I just delete one of the posts..:wink:
  2. Re: Jessops going into receivership again

    I've only been in the new Leicester branch of Jessops twice,and it was like a portal back to the 1990s in that customer service-if it can be described as such-was still very poor.

    On both...
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    Re: Class 45 Peak at the Great Central

    Thanks Paul,a lot of it is down to the quality of the L series lens that TonyT lent me for the day.
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    Re: Class 45 Peak at the Great Central

    Point taken Nigel,I don't usually get on too well with cloning large objects in LR which is why I left the signal arm in.
  5. Re: Test image post (just to see if i have it sorted)

    Umm I take it you realise this post is 3 years old and the OP hasn't been on for 2 years?
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    Re: Class 45 Peak at the Great Central

    Thanks,I wasn't trying to,the shot has more impact this way.Considering it was the first time with that lens,I'm happy with the shot.

    It was No 3 in a sequence of 3,here's the first one..And...
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    Re: Class 45 Peak at the Great Central

    Thanks Bill.
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    Class 45 Peak at the Great Central

    As part of last Saturday's Steampunk event at the Great Central,I took this with the 24-105 lens that TonyT kindly lent me.

    It was my first time using a 24-105 so I'm quite pleased with the...
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    Re: Steampunk

    Good shot mate,you did well given the short distance between you and him in the compartment.

    Maybe a shorter lens would have helped..oh hang on..I was using it:biggrin:
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    Re: Your thoughts on this lens..

    Thanks Nigel and Tony,like I said earlier,the majority of online reviews for the lens aren't exactly complimentary,so I've now decided against it.

    I'll stick with the kit I've got because none of...
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    Re: Your thoughts on this lens..

    Thanks Colin,very wise words and much appreciated.

    I was just "testing the water" as it were before deciding whether to buy the lens,or not.The obvious conclusion now is "not".
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    Re: Your thoughts on this lens..

    Now I've had more time to read the online reviews for the lens,around 60% seem to effectively say"avoid".So it looks like I'll give it a miss and perhaps save up for something better.

    Thanks chaps...
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    Re: Your thoughts on this lens..

    Thanks chaps;My budget is very limited hence the 18-270,I get my gear pre-owned.

    Tom;Did you have any problems with it,or did you just need the extra reach of the 18-400?My 70-300 is doing a great...
  14. Re: One from SteamPunk yesterday at the Great Central Railway.

    That's ok,no offence taken.
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    Your thoughts on this lens..

    MPB currently have the Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD at a decent price.I've used them a few times now with no complaints/problems.

    I'm considering getting one in the next month or so,my...
  16. Re: One from SteamPunk yesterday at the Great Central Railway.

    Well there you go,had you been there on the day you would have seen that she fitted in with everyone else's costumes.

    Perhaps this is more"steam punk" for you?...
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    Re: Washing and flying ducks

    First one is a stunning shot Gary,well taken.I think it outshines the second one by a mile,not that there's anything wrong with number 2,just my personal opinion.
  18. Re: One from SteamPunk yesterday at the Great Central Railway.

    Thanks Colin

    They look to be a diverse bunch,but very photogenic and friendly.I prefer to get the shots rather than joining in I think.
  19. Re: One from SteamPunk yesterday at the Great Central Railway.

    Thanks Nigel,I fully agree with you about the feather,but I guess that's the nature of candids,you work with what you've got.
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    Re: Double Headed Steam Locos

    :thumbsup:
  21. One from SteamPunk yesterday at the Great Central Railway.

    A very pleasant few hours yesterday,once the heavy rain had cleared.

    Nice people and very willing to have pictures taken when asked,this however is my 70-300 in action for a candid.

    Cheers for...
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    Re: My first ever published image

    Thanks Gary.
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    Re: My first ever published image

    Thanks Colin and Tony.

    Tony;Just think of it as part of the adventure,I've got a couple of peanuts left over I think,so if you ask nicely you can have them to eat on Saturday:rolleyes:
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    Re: My first ever published image

    Thanks Tom.
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    Re: My first ever published image

    Thanks John.
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