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Looks good to me. Lovely and sharp!
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I've been off the site for a long time, too. With me, work meant that I could no longer get to the photography class / club on an evening and not having that outlet meant I stopped focussing, excuse t...
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Haven't been here in an age. Just not had chance to do much photography this winter because I'm going to work in the dark and coming home in the dark. But did manage to grab this one on the tiny Panas...
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The Stroudwater Canal https://farm1.staticflickr.com/629/22670471692_be8b604aec_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/Axj6pA) Lock (https://flic.kr/p/Axj6pA) by Derek Rutherford (https://www.flickr.com/photo...
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You did well, Randy. I like them both. I would try two things (neither may be successful - but worth experimenting). First is I'd try and lighten the top image a little. It just feels a little too dar...
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Hi Derek I prefer the colour version, which is unusual for me a I'm a big mono fan. But the gentle shades of the sky, the lawn, and the building work really nicely together. The colour one looks a...
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Very nice shot, I like that a lot. I guess my one and only criticism is from a compositional point of view, I'd have preferred it with some separation between the foreground fence and the pier over o...
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Nice set. Looks great in B&W, too. Friendly looking lot (*) (*) Used to do a lot of gigs for bikers and they were some of the friendliest people I've ever met - but they do like to cultivate the m...
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As mentioned over on the critique thread I had a weekend's photography in Manchester... x100s and Nikon D7100 (generally indoor for the Fuji and outdoor for the Nikon) https://farm5.staticflickr...
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Had a few days wandering the streets, canals, museums, and galleries of Manchester. Took a lot of photos but few that are keepers. Already deleted a great swathe. I will post a few more later, but mea...
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Thanks Philip. I've seen the Transform tool used, but as my version of PS is really old I've never investigated it. I will do so. There is a vertical adjustment available in Lightroom which is pretty ...
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Good work on those verticals, Philip. I never cracked it on my recent visit to Gloucester.
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Thanks guys. These are my notes I made following the shoot. I usually try and think about the shoot in detail as an effort to learn and improve. ______________________________ Cathedral Photograph...
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Lovely shot! Where was it taken?
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Here's a Pitcher Plant waiting for lunch! Nikon d7200 with Tamron 90mm prime. 200 ISO f/20 1/10th second. Taken on 29th Sept 2017. Exif in Flickr: https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4402/23544972...
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A few from last night's club outing to Gloucester Cathedral. I ran into all sorts of problems that I'll write about elsewhere. But I was pleased with these - especially the one of Robert, Duke of Norm...
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I'd agree about those elements on #2 - what are they? I like all three but I'd like to see a bit of cropping to reduce all the greenery and focus on the buildings / bridge. I think the middle one o...
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Just to be clear, it wasn't a lighting course. It was our normal Wednesday night photography group / class (*). It was an opportunity to get a few nice portrait shots, and it's a little too short, and...
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This small set is from last night's photography group session where Harriet and her sister Honi came along. It was a chance to get a few nice portrait shots for the portfolio - and I'm happy enough wi...
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