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The 16th UK South-East "The Cooper Crawley Creche" Thread (All Welcome)

 
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Aug 03, 2013 04:43 |  #9706

@Adam have you tried somewhere a bit more specialised. There are companies that only do data recovery or pm Jonathan i am sure he would be able to recomend someone.


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Aug 03, 2013 04:53 |  #9707


This is one SLEEK looking bird! bw!


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Aug 03, 2013 04:58 |  #9708

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A shame you've lost the photos I would of liked to have seen, unless you have a link to the FB albums? :)

Hi Radders

There ones I mentioned earlier on the Donna Nook trip.......link to exact post here https://photography-on-the.net …hp?p=9140101&po​stcount=46

So apart from Adrian & Rich doing a wedding in the wilds of Dartford ;) anyone else out with their camera this weekend?


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Aug 03, 2013 05:03 |  #9709

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I definitely should have tried somewhere else too. I regret that deeply. Too late now though as I disposed of the drives some time ago.

I can guarantee that wont happen again too lol

@radders. Link me to your Facebook and ill send you a request, you can see my albums from there then. Bare in mind its a hobby for me though; im no pro ;)


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Aug 03, 2013 05:06 |  #9710

Cheers Laurance,

Adam, https://www.facebook.c​om/radleigha.bushell (external link) :)


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Aug 03, 2013 05:44 |  #9711

Dammit. I thought I had more 300-800mm images on a facebook album but I haven't. Seems I lost all of them :-(

@FuzzSummit, that crashplan looks very interesting. Ill check it out a bit more later.


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Aug 03, 2013 05:55 |  #9712

Box Brownie wrote in post #16177382 (external link)
Hi Radders

There ones I mentioned earlier on the Donna Nook trip.......link to exact post here https://photography-on-the.net …hp?p=9140101&po​stcount=46

So apart from Adrian & Rich doing a wedding in the wilds of Dartford ;) anyone else out with their camera this weekend?

A shame some photos are missing in that thread now. Just had a proper look as I was busy in work earlier..

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Dammit. I thought I had more 300-800mm images on a facebook album but I haven't. Seems I lost all of them :-(

@FuzzSummit, that crashplan looks very interesting. Ill check it out a bit more later.

Thats a shame, just seen the ones in the thread above though. I think I better get a life size piggy bank and start adding to it.....:lol::D


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Aug 03, 2013 08:38 |  #9713

Another one from me from my recent trip to London. Not as good as the previous shot IMO, but still happy with it. The haloing is a bit annoying, might try and touch it up at some point.

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Aug 03, 2013 09:07 |  #9714

Mark49s wrote in post #16177604 (external link)
Another one from me from my recent trip to London. Not as good as the previous shot IMO, but still happy with it. The haloing is a bit annoying, might try and touch it up at some point.

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Hi Mark

I do recall the previous one (similar to the above?) but this one sadly does not 'speak to me' like the other I think did. The RHS of the image (bridge/lamps and BG) look almost too CGI.............so not to my taste :confused:

As for 500px there are lots of us on here.......see my sig.......a goodly few of us do follow each other so if you just want to idle a few minutes away, for starters you could check out my "following" & "followers" ;)

Edit ~ however I do like this one http://500px.com/photo​/41452344 (external link) nice composition, balance of zonal interest and overall "look" :D

Edit2 ~ and this one ain't too shabby either ;) http://500px.com/photo​/15872685 (external link)


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Aug 03, 2013 09:15 |  #9715

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Hi Mark

I do recall the previous one (similar to the above?) but this one sadly does not 'speak to me' like the other I think did. The RHS of the image (bridge/lamps and BG) look almost too CGI.............so not to my taste :confused:

As for 500px there are lots of us on here.......see my sig.......a goodly few of us do follow each other so if you just want to idle a few minutes away, for starters you could check out my "following" & "followers" ;)


No worries mate, like I said, I knew it wasn't as good as my last shot! I'm more trying to experiment with new techniques - both in camera and in PP - so like all experiments the results are a bit hit & miss. Thanks for the feedback :)

Just followed you on 500 as well, i'll have a nose at your contacts ;)

edit :Thanks! I think the Big Ben one should be used in a Magazine sometime in a the near future, which i'm chuffed about. I got some similiar shots (using the sculpture again) on my most recent trip up so once I get round to editing them, hopefully they'll be somewhat decent. I like the Tower Bridge one too, but I wish i'd managed to shoot it during Blue Hour instead when the skies darkened, IMO it would have looked better with an ink-bottle blue sky! Oh well, there's always next time ;)


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Aug 03, 2013 15:46 |  #9716

woohoo my new toys! bw!


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Aug 03, 2013 15:53 |  #9717

Mark49s wrote in post #16177604 (external link)
Another one from me from my recent trip to London. Not as good as the previous shot IMO, but still happy with it. The haloing is a bit annoying, might try and touch it up at some point.

I've started using 500px a lot more these days, ever since Flickr made those changes. Are any of you on there? I need to follow some more people!

Love the photo Mark, looks wierd in a great way!

Here's my 500px, not as good as some on here but alright I guess.. :) http://500px.com/Radle​ighABushell (external link)


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Aug 03, 2013 16:09 |  #9718

Here's a photo I've been after for ages, since my dad has a new scanner now and has decided to dig out hundreds of prints to scan, he came across this a photo I took when I was just 8, It got published in a Dutch magazine called Scramble as it was a rare aircraft at the time and even now this is the second photo I can find of it online with this registration. Photo was taken on 4th April '93.

Unsure of the camera I'll have to ask, but I remember it being manual focus :)

All I've done is scanned it and resized it to 1024x683. Might be of interest to others, Has anyone else got any photos they have taken when young?

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Aug 03, 2013 18:16 |  #9719

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Love the photo Mark, looks wierd in a great way!

Here's my 500px, not as good as some on here but alright I guess.. :) http://500px.com/Radle​ighABushell (external link)

Cheers fella, most of the feedback so far tells me I should re-attempt the PP. I'll try and have a go tomorrow & try something a bit more 'palatable'! Have followed you!


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Aug 04, 2013 00:45 |  #9720

Mark49s wrote in post #16178779 (external link)
Cheers fella, most of the feedback so far tells me I should re-attempt the PP. I'll try and have a go tomorrow & try something a bit more 'palatable'! Have followed you!

Hi Mark, nice to virtually meet you :)
I do like that photo a lot, my only gripe on it would be the halo effect around the buildings and maybe try to boost the shadows in the bottom left. Nice pic indeed.

I do like long exposure shots.


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