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Jul 01, 2013 14:47 |  #9136

Swaffs wrote in post #16081172 (external link)
Some stonking birdy photos coming through..

Ronin,
The top one above just distracts me with the blown out sky :(
One below it nicely done

I've just popped in to share this... Anyone fancy going?

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Are you going then ?


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Jul 01, 2013 16:06 |  #9137

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Hi David

Sorry almost missed these crackers in the rush of catching up with all the pages since I was away in South Wales!

Look like you had a great holiday in an area as mentioned we have spoken about going for ages. If it OK I will PM you with a few questions in regard to locations & hotels?

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Thank you very much, no problem if you want to drop me a PM (working silly hours from tomorrow so you may not get a reply straight away)

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PS - some of the bird photo's from the last couple of days are unbelievably good, can't even imagine getting one as good let alone a full set [Sigh]


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Jul 01, 2013 16:07 |  #9138

Heads up guys 'n gals

BBC tomorrow Imagine series a program about Don McCullin http://www.bbc.co.uk/p​rogrammes/b007ght1 (external link)

I will be setting the recorder ;)


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Jul 01, 2013 16:11 |  #9139

Swaffs wrote in post #16081172 (external link)
Some stonking birdy photos coming through..

Ronin,
The top one above just distracts me with the blown out sky :(
One below it nicely done

I've just popped in to share this... Anyone fancy going?

http://gulfphotoplus.c​om/popup (external link)

Why you can’t afford to miss PopUp GPP London?

GPP (Gulf Photo Plus), famed for its annual, all-star photofest in Dubai, is going on tour and bringing together four of the worlds’ best photographers and photography instructors for amust-attend, unique educational, inspirational and affordable Pop Up photography event… in London!
Learn from the best

Join PopUp GPP’s stellar line-up - Zack Arias, Gregory Heisler, David Hobby and Joe McNally - for an unforgettable weekend of photography learning, inspiration and fun. In two jam-packed days you’ll learn from each of the photographers in four carefully planned sessions designed to boost your photography skills, creativity and career. See inside the mind of a lighting master, understand the creative thought processes of legendary photographers and pick up invaluable business tips from social media icons.
Be inspired

These unique sessions go beyond the online tutorials, lighting diagrams and instructional books and DVDs, to give you an intensive dose of real creative and photographic inspiration that you won’t find anywhere else. The inspiration doesn’t stop there; whether you’re networking with fellow photographers or chatting with the instructors, you’ll be inspired to take your photography further than ever before.

That is some line up and no doubt a great event but £255 on the 'early bird' price would need some carefull thought???


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Jul 01, 2013 16:11 |  #9140

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Thank you very much, no problem if you want to drop me a PM (working silly hours from tomorrow so you may not get a reply straight away)

.DAVID.

PS - some of the bird photo's from the last couple of days are unbelievably good, can't even imagine getting one as good let alone a full set [Sigh]

Thanks David, I will drop you a PM in due course :D


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Jul 01, 2013 16:21 |  #9141

Rich the highlights behind her are blown yes but that is mainly because the sun was directly behind her reflecting off the sea.

Box Brownie wrote in post #16081609 (external link)
Heads up guys 'n gals

BBC tomorrow Imagine series a program about Don McCullin http://www.bbc.co.uk/p​rogrammes/b007ght1 (external link)

I will be setting the recorder ;)

Laurence I've just posted on FB about this a photographer who can say been there seen done it not only a war photographer but he also has a very large body of social commentary work from the '60's and '70's from his time on the Sunday Times.


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Jul 01, 2013 18:19 |  #9142

Swaffs wrote in post #16081172 (external link)
Some stonking birdy photos coming through..

Ronin,
The top one above just distracts me with the blown out sky :(
One below it nicely done

I've just popped in to share this... Anyone fancy going?

http://gulfphotoplus.c​om/popup (external link)

Why you can’t afford to miss PopUp GPP London?

GPP (Gulf Photo Plus), famed for its annual, all-star photofest in Dubai, is going on tour and bringing together four of the worlds’ best photographers and photography instructors for amust-attend, unique educational, inspirational and affordable Pop Up photography event… in London!
Learn from the best

Join PopUp GPP’s stellar line-up - Zack Arias, Gregory Heisler, David Hobby and Joe McNally - for an unforgettable weekend of photography learning, inspiration and fun. In two jam-packed days you’ll learn from each of the photographers in four carefully planned sessions designed to boost your photography skills, creativity and career. See inside the mind of a lighting master, understand the creative thought processes of legendary photographers and pick up invaluable business tips from social media icons.
Be inspired

These unique sessions go beyond the online tutorials, lighting diagrams and instructional books and DVDs, to give you an intensive dose of real creative and photographic inspiration that you won’t find anywhere else. The inspiration doesn’t stop there; whether you’re networking with fellow photographers or chatting with the instructors, you’ll be inspired to take your photography further than ever before.

WOW!! Those 4 guys are amazing! Hmm I really want to go... Thanks for sharing!


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Jul 01, 2013 18:39 as a reply to  @ post 16081172 |  #9143

Sunrise anyone? This is the first time I have actually stayed awake to get a photo at sunrise. It was getting light at 3 in the morning!!! Would have struggles to drag myself out of bed if I had set the alarm.

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Jul 02, 2013 00:58 as a reply to  @ photogsam's post |  #9144

Great work Sam - some really beautiful shots, and folk always seem to forget that beyond kit & ability you need to actually make some effort and get out - point proved :cool:

Morning all!

spent yesterday 39 storeys up in Canary Wharf - sadly for a conference, so only a few token snaps grabbed but has made me desperate to get out into the smoke again for some photos... did the threatened meet up ever get agreed?


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Jul 02, 2013 03:11 |  #9145

Great early morning images Sam - I love the layered effect.


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Jul 02, 2013 03:11 |  #9146

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Sunrise anyone? This is the first time I have actually stayed awake to get a photo at sunrise. It was getting light at 3 in the morning!!! Would have struggles to drag myself out of bed if I had set the alarm.

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Jul 02, 2013 04:20 |  #9147

Cracking shots Sam it's always worth getting out early I never seem to have the time to do it now.


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Jul 02, 2013 06:58 |  #9148

One more from Sunday's shoot.

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Jul 02, 2013 08:37 as a reply to  @ Ronin Silv's post |  #9149

felt_tip_felon wrote in post #16082920 (external link)
Great work Sam - some really beautiful shots, and folk always seem to forget that beyond kit & ability you need to actually make some effort and get out - point proved :cool:

Martin Dixon wrote in post #16083086 (external link)
Great early morning images Sam - I love the layered effect.

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Beautiful.

Ronin Silv wrote in post #16083155 (external link)
Cracking shots Sam it's always worth getting out early I never seem to have the time to do it now.

Thanks chaps, and yep it is so worth just to drag yourself out now and again for a sunrise, most of the time you will be rewarded with fantastic light.I would like to time it with mist, but not too sure if you can predict mist over the hills.


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Jul 02, 2013 08:47 |  #9150

Spring and autumn are best for mist Sam hot days and cool nights for the best chance you need to be near water.


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