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Aug 23, 2012 11:11 |  #1096

I just finished and delivered my last lot of wedding photos yesterday too. :D

Now I have some time free to finally learn my script for the upcoming play (NO dresses involved in this one) which I really ought to have learned ages ago!


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Aug 23, 2012 11:33 |  #1097

This is the chair, after a quick clean up, for my up coming project what I want to know is do I,
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b,rub down and touch up the legs to get rid of the rust
c, get rid of the rusty on the legs and give the rest of it a rub down and quick coat of varnish?
All shots will be in B+W if that makes any difference.

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Aug 23, 2012 14:21 as a reply to  @ Ronin Silv's post |  #1098

I'd go for the complete overhaul, no one wants to sit on a grubby chair, and even in monochrome a smart chair will be best! :)


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Aug 23, 2012 14:36 |  #1099

Ronin Silv wrote in post #14896564 (external link)
This is the chair, after a quick clean up, for my up coming project what I want to know is do I,
a, leave it as it is
b,rub down and touch up the legs to get rid of the rust
c, get rid of the rustcon the legs and give the rest of it a rub down and quick coat of varnish?
All shots will be in B+W if that makes any difference.

how about an armchair

That may give you more flexibility and options down the road.


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Aug 23, 2012 14:45 |  #1100

Sylvester XxX wrote in post #14897388 (external link)
how about an armchair

That may give you more flexibility and options down the road.

It's a famous chair design Sly, there's a link about it a few pages back if you're interested?


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Aug 23, 2012 14:45 |  #1101

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I'd go for the complete overhaul, no one wants to sit on a grubby chair, and even in monochrome a smart chair will be best! :)

It's not dirty anymore Lee just looking sorry for it's self I am erring toward a full overhaul just didn't want to make work for myself ;)

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That may give you more flexibility and options down the road.

Sly you may of missed THIS POST hence this particular chair to get shots like THIS (external link) the Lewis Morley shots of Christine Keeler.


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Aug 23, 2012 14:47 |  #1102

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It's a famous chair design Sly, there's a link about it a few pages back if you're interested?


Beat me to it Lee :)


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Aug 23, 2012 15:12 |  #1103

Looking forward to seeing how your chair project progresses Dom, plenty of scope for different ideas around it.

I had my 40th birthday a few weeks back and swmbo bought me a Nexus 7 tablet which is an amazing bit of kit for the price.

I bought an app called DSLR controller (think it has been mentioned on here before) and have to say ot works flawlessly with my 7d. Still playing with it but you can pretty much controll the whole camera with it. 2 things I think I will use most are the timelapse mode and also the ability to take hdr with more than 3 shots and with adjustable steps. Details can be found here http://dslrcontroller.​com/ (external link)


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Aug 23, 2012 15:47 |  #1104

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Looking forward to seeing how your chair project progresses Dom, plenty of scope for different ideas around it.

I had my 40th birthday a few weeks back and swmbo bought me a Nexus 7 tablet which is an amazing bit of kit for the price.

I bought an app called DSLR controller (think it has been mentioned on here before) and have to say ot works flawlessly with my 7d. Still playing with it but you caCn pretty much controll the whole camera with it. 2 things I think I will use most are the timelapse mode and also the ability to take hdr with more than 3 shots and with adjustable steps. Details can be found here http://dslrcontroller.​com/ (external link)


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Thanks Steve, I'm suprised how many people are keen to come on board with it the real test will be how many people buy the finished product.

That app for your Nexus looks good a lot easier than using the Canon Utility software with a laptop.


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Aug 23, 2012 16:05 as a reply to  @ post 14893765 |  #1105

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Anybody have any interest in tanks and the likes?

I too by brother and his kids to Bovington Tank Museum yesterday, great day out and not too overpriced either!

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Shots from the day, i'll be the first to say that technically the shots are nothing special, nothing more than snaps tbh, but good enough to get an idea of what's what.
As good as Bovington is, it suffers from the usual too many displays in too small a space syndrom making it difficult to get any good positions and angles.

Some nice pictures, I last went there aged about 12 so about time I revisited it.

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This is the one for me.....what did you say to prompt it??

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Thanks I think that takes us to the magic number


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Aug 23, 2012 16:26 |  #1106

+1 for DLR controller, used it for timelapses AND also as a remote monitor for filming video with my 7D on a jib


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Aug 23, 2012 16:58 |  #1107

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This is the one for me.....what did you say to prompt it??

... Show us your t*ts, I think it was ;)


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Aug 23, 2012 17:24 |  #1108

Any chance for some 500px <3 ???

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Aug 24, 2012 03:02 as a reply to  @ Neal's post |  #1109

Morning folks,

hope everyone's groovy?

it's Friday, feels like it's taken a week to get here! :)

but a Bank Holiday awaits with no plans - I can't wait - really hoping to find time to take some photos and process a mountain of images that have built up over the past month or so!

Anyone got anything fun planned?


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Aug 24, 2012 03:07 |  #1110

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Morning folks,

hope everyone's groovy?

it's Friday, feels like it's taken a week to get here! :)

but a Bank Holiday awaits with no plans - I can't wait - really hoping to find time to take some photos and process a mountain of images that have built up over the past month or so!

Anyone got anything fun planned?

Morning all. Shooting a wedding today but had my bank holiday right royally stuffed with a last minute trip to Mumbai leaving Sunday. Not a happy bunny :(


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