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johnstoy
10th of December 2006 (Sun), 12:54
My Slide Show Pics @ Penn's Peak Radio (3 pics.) on Internet 24/7 World Wide, & it's free...
Check out my featured photos...

http://www.pennspeakradio.com/

Click on "Listen Live"....it's free 24/7...Dial Up is OK too, just choose "Stealth Mode" for Dial Up use, it's all free and almost all commercial free, too...World Wide....

Out of 7 pics used from the Penn's Peak concert Venue, 3 are mine...the slide show and the music run 24/7...
I took all these shots back in the Spring and Summer at Penn's Peak Concert Venue, in Jim Thorpe, PA...of the 40 +/- pics, featured in the station's Photo Album (mine are all the pics from April through August of 2006)...these were selected for the brand new slide show...

These photos are slightly trimmed from the originals for the posting in this thread...They are further slightly trimmed to fit the slide show...

Creedence Clearwater Revisited - July 6, 2006... Canon T50 35mm SLR Camera
http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l60/stoy17/slide%20show%20pics/CreedenceSlideShow1.jpg

Ted Nugent - June 30, 2006... Canon T50 35mm SLR camera,
This pic is one of the very hottest in Penn's Peak Radio Photo Album, photos from "At Penn's Peak"...check out all my photos...also have a few in "Critter's Corner"...
http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l60/stoy17/slide%20show%20pics/TedSaluteSlideSho1.jpg

Peter Frampton July 23, 2006... floor shot from the side with Canon DSLR
http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l60/stoy17/slide%20show%20pics/IMG_00861-1.jpg

narlus
10th of December 2006 (Sun), 13:23
the nuge! killing animals and pissing off liberals since the 70s.

nice that you got some good exposure w/ these shots, john.

DwightMcCann
10th of December 2006 (Sun), 14:06
FANTASTIC, John. Good work. I think I need to make a small correction ... the first image here really isn't Credence Clearwater Revival ... see http://www.dwightmccann.com/ChumashCasinoResort/CCR.htm for another view.

johnstoy
10th of December 2006 (Sun), 15:57
the nuge! killing animals and pissing off liberals since the 70s.
nice that you got some good exposure w/ these shots, john.

Da Nuge....Man... Ted drew a crowd...everybody around here went to see him...Personally, I haven't shot a deer in over 32 years...I don't go out hunting with a gun...I take my camera...

The exposure I got here didn't include my name...but, I certainly get a kick out of this radio station gradually getting off the ground...Theirs is a pretty good web site too...

FANTASTIC, John. Good work. I think I need to make a small correction ... the first image here really isn't Credence Clearwater Revival ... see http://www.dwightmccann.com/ChumashCasinoResort/CCR.htm for another view.

Good Eye Dwight,

My spelling checker kept correcting the spelling of Creedence... I knew all along it was the new band name...of course, my memory failed me and "Revival" sounded like the new name too...

And I checked your web site link to the band... so far, I got to the Collage and was stunned at how beautiful the arrangement is... I'm so glad to see the amazing potential of digital photography, and you hammering away on it (that's in a very good way now,)... Now, I'm heading right back to your Creedence Link for a detailed tour of the band...They were great...
I might try and compile several good shots from their show and post them here at a later time...

Now you know why I am so happy to have gone to digital...

taygull
10th of December 2006 (Sun), 16:37
Cool stuff John, I dig seeing these old bands!

johnstoy
10th of December 2006 (Sun), 16:53
Cool stuff John, I dig seeing these old bands!

Say Chris,

I resemble that remark...

thelightofsound
11th of December 2006 (Mon), 09:59
nice work. congrats on the publication.

johnstoy
13th of December 2006 (Wed), 08:25
nice work. congrats on the publication.

Thanks for the complement and the feedback...

I really appreciate the great feedback, positive and constructive and even critical is always welcome...

Surprisingly, it must be the way I worded this "title" that is resulting in pretty low viewership numbers...I expected the opposite...as "player windows" with slide shows made of photographs, always create a lot of interest...

Later,

John

René Damkot
13th of December 2006 (Wed), 08:39
Nice to see I'm not the only one who started off using film ;)
#2 is quite nice, but suffers from the flare & overexposure at the right a bit.

johnstoy
13th of December 2006 (Wed), 08:52
Nice to see I'm not the only one who started off using film ;)
#2 is quite nice, but suffers from the flare & overexposure at the right a bit.

Thanks for your feedback Rene'...
It was blown out behind Ted Nugent's back with the 8 pack of floods shining directly at him...

The DSLR handles that same 8 pack of flood lights much better...

It's great to be able to compare the 35mm film and the digital images out of the DSLR...They both have their merits...