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Jul 09, 2012 13:59 as a reply to  @ post 14692613 |  #9586

Images of Maidenhead in a stylee to sum up the weather

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Jul 09, 2012 14:21 as a reply to  @ Richard1959's post |  #9587

Richard like the pp but not enough rain !!

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Back from my sisters wedding out in Italy last weekend. Italian photographers don't give a stuff about anyone can see anything during the wedding just as along as they get the shot. I am sure they will be amazing photos, I had a good whip round with the camera to which was good an I knew everyone I was doing the hoarding of people for my shots then they jumped on the back of them. Anyway a superb day, great weather and far far far to much alcohol!
Little sis and her hubby....

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Jul 09, 2012 14:34 |  #9588

Richard1959 wrote in post #14692653 (external link)
Images of Maidenhead in a stylee to sum up the weather

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Now this one just made me think of Troy Tempest ('Phones', Marina et al...............and the drum beat music....with voice over....."anything can happen in the next 5 minutes...............​"


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Jul 09, 2012 15:12 |  #9589

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Evening all :D

The camera has not had too much of airing but when I can will share a Wood Mouse, Glenn Miller Orchestra and warmup act..............and Charlie Brown flying his Spitfire (oh boy have I gotten rusty taking aircraft in flight :( :( so few keepers! )

Oh good timing with your post as I found a bit of paper today where I had copied some info from the 'birders' that you might find interesting/useful re using the 7D. You might already know about this but I thought of you when I found it.

One of the bits was about the Highlight Tone Priority - comments were to 'disable' it - reason = quote: it "basically underexposes to give you more headroom with the highlights. One of the drawbacks is that it can increase the noise in certain areas as it pushes them back up to correct exposure" unquote.

Also the Auto Light Optimiser = turn off.

You may or may not already know about the above but thought it worth mentioning.

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Jul 09, 2012 15:15 as a reply to  @ LindaB's post |  #9590

A couple more Tern shots - this time they are Sandwich Terns.

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the sky was a bit grey on these unfortunately
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Jul 09, 2012 15:33 |  #9591

Box Brownie wrote in post #14692818 (external link)
Now this one just made me think of Troy Tempest ('Phones', Marina et al...............and the drum beat music....with voice over....."anything can happen in the next 5 minutes...............​"

Yep it's called Sainsbury's :p ..... Actually Jerry Anderson's studio was only a few miles away in Slough


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Jul 09, 2012 16:33 |  #9592

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Oh good timing with your post as I found a bit of paper today where I had copied some info from the 'birders' that you might find interesting/useful re using the 7D. You might already know about this but I thought of you when I found it.

One of the bits was about the Highlight Tone Priority - comments were to 'disable' it - reason = quote: it "basically underexposes to give you more headroom with the highlights. One of the drawbacks is that it can increase the noise in certain areas as it pushes them back up to correct exposure" unquote.

Also the Auto Light Optimiser = turn off.

You may or may not already know about the above but thought it worth mentioning.

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Many thanks for the reprise and like you I have read that elsewhere and HTP & ALO are off :D For the record I do not like the camera to "takeover" when it comes to exposure and processing ;)

Just a point of reference I have been taking RAW+JPEG with the 7D most latterly (not done for a long while with the 40D!) and what is interesting bearing in mind I use Neutral Picture Style modified with Sharpening & Contrast set to the very lowest levels and a quick look in LR shows the in camera processing of the JPEG as highly efficient at noise suppresion!!!! Now I have no wish to start using Canons DPP so still on the road of mastering RAW settings for the 7D...............conti​nues, will get there in the end :lol:

Oh, a doh! moment on Sunday the mode dial slipped to P mode and I failed to spot the begger :( If only they would make a click lock on the mode dial i.e. press centre button to turn it :)


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Jul 09, 2012 16:34 |  #9593

LindaB wrote in post #14693025 (external link)
A couple more Tern shots - this time they are Sandwich Terns.

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the sky was a bit grey on these unfortunately
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Very nice I especially like the first one :D


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Jul 09, 2012 16:36 |  #9594

Richard1959 wrote in post #14693124 (external link)
Yep it's called Sainsbury's :p ..... Actually Jerry Anderson's studio was only a few miles away in Slough

Ah! I have shopped in there for lunch on the odd occasion when in Maidenhead.

I did not know the Anderson studio was in Slough. I did like the Supermarionation they did from Supercar, Fireball XL5, Thuinderbirds etc............the days of my childhood :lol:


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Jul 09, 2012 17:03 as a reply to  @ Box Brownie's post |  #9595

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Hi Linda

Many thanks for the reprise and like you I have read that elsewhere and HTP & ALO are off :D For the record I do not like the camera to "takeover" when it comes to exposure and processing ;)

Just a point of reference I have been taking RAW+JPEG with the 7D most latterly (not done for a long while with the 40D!) and what is interesting bearing in mind I use Neutral Picture Style modified with Sharpening & Contrast set to the very lowest levels and a quick look in LR shows the in camera processing of the JPEG as highly efficient at noise suppresion!!!! Now I have no wish to start using Canons DPP so still on the road of mastering RAW settings for the 7D...............conti​nues, will get there in the end :lol:

Oh, a doh! moment on Sunday the mode dial slipped to P mode and I failed to spot the begger :( If only they would make a click lock on the mode dial i.e. press centre button to turn it :)

I have been alternating between Neutral and Faithful - cant decide yet which I like best as there is not a lot between them lol.

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Very nice I especially like the first one :D

Thanks - am hoping to go back soon on a sunnier day and hopefully see some chicks as well.


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Jul 09, 2012 17:11 |  #9596

very cool use of stills to make a stop motion music video

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Jul 09, 2012 17:23 as a reply to  @ Kaben's post |  #9597

LindaB wrote in post #14693025 (external link)
A couple more Tern shots - this time they are Sandwich Terns.

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Linda

Linda some lovely shots, pariticularly like his pose in the first one.

Right been surfing the internet and trying to sort a couple of bits on the website and not doing what I am meant to be which is designing a wedding albmum :(


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Jul 10, 2012 01:50 |  #9598

Morning all!

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Been working hard recently so editing hit the brakes a bit, but stay tuned the next few weeks, some AWESOME shoots coming (Including some that will have to go in the G&N section ;) )


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Jul 10, 2012 03:07 as a reply to  @ Neal's post |  #9599

Mining all.. Anything good happening today? We have the Olympic torch coming to town & it's the one day the wife needs the car so looks like I'll miss the photo opportunity! :(

New PC is fully operational now and dam it flys with the SSD's.. :D


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Jul 10, 2012 04:15 |  #9600

Good moaning. Nothing much going on up here in Northampton today. Saw the torch last week when it was up this way. Probably the closest I'll get to any Olympic events.


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