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Jul 10, 2012 12:12 |  #9646

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@ #Andy carbon fibre might be beyond my budget

@Mike the Boardman one looks nice are you pleased with it? That mountain looks like fun we should have a POTN outing

I was looking at the Carera Crossfire 3 (external link) which looks a bit beefier than yours and has wider tires.

The other is Specialised sirrus sport (external link) I have not seen this one in flesh but looked at the other two in Halfords earlier today.


I did a twenty mile cycle earlier and feel knacked now. That was was with a break to do some bits in town. Work is 16 miles each way :(

No carbon is the way to go, buy, buy, buy. Now where have I seen that before :rolleyes:

The two bikes you mention have diffrent uses, if you are going to do a lot of road work then get the specialised, it will roll better.

I have just bought a new set of wheels for my bike, you would not be happy with the cost of them ;)
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Jul 10, 2012 13:08 |  #9647

Hi all not sure if you have seen this video of making canon cameras. May interest some of you.

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Jul 10, 2012 13:36 |  #9648

Klystron wrote in post #14697171 (external link)
No carbon is the way to go, buy, buy, buy. Now where have I seen that before :rolleyes:

The two bikes you mention have diffrent uses, if you are going to do a lot of road work then get the specialised, it will roll better.

I have just bought a new set of wheels for my bike, you would not be happy with the cost of them ;)
16miles to work, just right an easy hour ride. ;)

Thanks, I was beginnging to think that about the crossfire after I had seen it, definitely more to the mountain bike side of a hybrid.

Do you know how the specialised compare to the Boardmans?

RE cost a bit like camera equipment !!

A friend at work has also offered me his old bike which an old to him custom built hybrid and he does not do things cheaply so I will look at that as well, he only wants £50. He does a few triathlons marathons etc so I think it will be a reasonable one.


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Jul 10, 2012 14:32 |  #9649

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Thanks, I was beginnging to think that about the crossfire after I had seen it, definitely more to the mountain bike side of a hybrid.

Do you know how the specialised compare to the Boardmans?

RE cost a bit like camera equipment !!

A friend at work has also offered me his old bike which an old to him custom built hybrid and he does not do things cheaply so I will look at that as well, he only wants £50. He does a few triathlons marathons etc so I think it will be a reasonable one.

Specialised are a good brand, I have a rock hopper.


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Jul 10, 2012 14:44 as a reply to  @ adrian5127's post |  #9650

adrian5127 wrote in post #14697108 (external link)
@ #Andy carbon fibre might be beyond my budget

@Mike the Boardman one looks nice are you pleased with it? That mountain looks like fun we should have a POTN outing

I did a twenty mile cycle earlier and feel knacked now. That was was with a break to do some bits in town. Work is 16 miles each way :(

The Boardman is great, much quicker than my old heavy MTB.

Yes, a POTN tour would be great...I still need a year or two before I'm ready for it though!

My work is about 15 miles each way so I chuck my bike on a rack and drive half way leaving about 8.5 miles each way...it is enough!


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Jul 10, 2012 14:51 |  #9651

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Why don't they get you to do it a day or two before and then put some security out

This is definitely the best of the bunch.

You should let the local police know when you are out shooting, don't want the local firearms team turning up;)


They can't put security on it as security are not trained to go into the tunnel would you believe security in the tunnel is down to the police and I don't think they would stay down there.

I was going to inform the police when I decided to go down Dungeness but as the weather has been so bad recently it was a spur of the moment thing, even if we did get caught out, but if I am going to shoot in a very public place informing the police is on the list of things to do.


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Jul 10, 2012 15:04 as a reply to  @ Ronin Silv's post |  #9652

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The Boardman is great, much quicker than my old heavy MTB.

Yes, a POTN tour would be great...I still need a year or two before I'm ready for it though!

My work is about 15 miles each way so I chuck my bike on a rack and drive half way leaving about 8.5 miles each way...it is enough!

That sounds like a good idea or I was thinking of driving one way and cycling back


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Jul 10, 2012 15:12 |  #9653

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Looking at opeing a business account can anyone recommend a bank?

That sounds like a good idea or I was thinking of driving one way and cycling back

Some years ago when I worked Brentwood, I use to get the train in to work then ride home at night.


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Jul 10, 2012 15:16 |  #9654

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Jul 10, 2012 15:50 |  #9655

Ronin Silv wrote in post #14697929 (external link)
They can't put security on it as security are not trained to go into the tunnel would you believe security in the tunnel is down to the police and I don't think they would stay down there.

I was going to inform the police when I decided to go down Dungeness but as the weather has been so bad recently it was a spur of the moment thing, even if we did get caught out, but if I am going to shoot in a very public place informing the police is on the list of things to do.

Especially as its within the station armed police patrol area. Seriously Dom, if you go back to dungy shooting, be very careful.


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Jul 10, 2012 16:12 as a reply to  @ Slapheadyeti's post |  #9656

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anyone got a Vista recovery disc? My dell lappy won't boot, saying "Getting error code: 0xc000014c with message windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing, or corrupt on Windows Vista startup"

Possibly have one from Jem's laptop.. Failing that I have Ultimate ;)


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Jul 10, 2012 16:16 |  #9657

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I didn't get all I wanted from this shoot due to weather but here is some of what we got on Sunday there are a few more on both Flickr and Facebook.

So I give you The Bullet Mistress Part Deux

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Great shoot mate - love the first but all three are interesting. Easily (IMO) the best photos you have posted here, both from a framing and exposure point of view. Your processing looks alot less crushed as well, but that may be a follow on from the exposures if you havent changed your method.

Loads of character in these - like them alot. They are very cinematic. The 4th one you posted is a bit of odd pose though and doesnt work quite so well in my eyes as it doesnt seem to tie in with the theme of the other shots so much.

Anymore to share?


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Jul 10, 2012 16:17 |  #9658

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Jul 10, 2012 16:35 |  #9659

Kaben wrote in post #14698343 (external link)
Great shoot mate - love the first but all three are interesting. Easily (IMO) the best photos you have posted here, both from a framing and exposure point of view. Your processing looks alot less crushed as well, but that may be a follow on from the exposures if you havent changed your method.

Loads of character in these - like them alot. They are very cinematic. The 4th one you posted is a bit of odd pose though and doesnt work quite so well in my eyes as it doesnt seem to tie in with the theme of the other shots so much.

Anymore to share?

Thanks Rob where with the first set I went for a harder grungier look this time we went for a softer slicker look, one reason is that Sian has changed her hair colour, exposure wise not all including these is spot on as the light was changing by the second but it was just one of those days. here's a few more I have a couple more I'm thinking of processing not sure if they pass muster or not though.

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This one is Sian boy friend's favorite.

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Jul 10, 2012 16:49 |  #9660

Dom

Certainly cracking set on inspired theme with superb props...............th​ough her facial expression (in some) makes me think of a cross between Sue Perkins & Leslie Ash??? ;)


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