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Jun 04, 2013 15:45 |  #8551

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As some will remember, I asked for, and was given, travel advice a few weeks ago. Hols almost over, I'm sitting here in London and resting my feet. So maybe you'd like to see some results.
Beginning of May weather was still a bit iffy - in other words, ND1000 weather, time to whip out my brand new B+W.

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Apropos de new gear...
Here goes the obligatory waterfowl (down in Devon)

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Not a swan(too small) - a goose? - a duck?


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Glad you enjoyed yourself on our fair isle :) As for the waterfowl.............​..if it had a yellow beak, that could be a duck or a goose depending on shape & posture and beak shape???

The Regents Park image does look too underexposed..........​.....though kind of dark & moody.


That was a great meal ~ you must have a good set of pans :p
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Jun 04, 2013 15:45 |  #8552

Evening all, not had time for forums just lately but hopefully things are easing a little and I will have more time. Not really touched my camera for about 3 months except for a few product shots for work.

Anyway, had a skim through and nice to see you are all helping the economy buying new bodies etc. There have been some fantastic photos posted as well, ones that stick in my mind are the great puffin and kingfisher shots. Also nice to see some aircraft shots from Ian again.

Looking forward to the bird of prey meet next month, will have to get the camera out and practice a bit before then.

Enough waffle, will leave you with a pic of my new ride.

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Jun 04, 2013 15:48 |  #8553

David Stallard wrote in post #15999285 (external link)
Some truely outstanding work as usual guys n gals - especially liking the Hawker / macro / closeup.

Time to lower the tone again, sorry!
Anglesey is one of my favourite circuits. Seriously long way to go for the one day but what a day!!! Perfect blue skies and sunshine, sticky tarmac and good racing - does it get any better. Few random shots for you:

#1 - 1/160, f/10, iso 100, 182mm - first outing for the new supercharged Caterham. . . awesome!!!
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David, nice mixture of 'metal' you saw there. I especially like #1, #3 & #4

Was it Anglesey where 5th Gear filmed their track sessions & car tests??? I vaguely recall there are stunning views of the sea from there :)


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Jun 04, 2013 15:51 |  #8554

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Enough waffle, will leave you with a pic of my new ride.

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Nice bike Steve, at least this one's the right colour :)


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Jun 04, 2013 15:58 |  #8555

Ronin Silv wrote in post #15999614 (external link)
Nice bike Steve, at least this one's the right colour :)

Cheers, yep not had a green one since 2009.


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Jun 04, 2013 16:07 |  #8556

Box Brownie wrote in post #15999590 (external link)
...though kind of dark & moody.

Yes, that was the idea - kind of dream/nightmare-ish

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... As for the waterfowl.............​..if it had a yellow beak, that could be a duck or a goose depending on shape & posture and beak shape???

:lol: I was just teasing.

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Jun 04, 2013 16:22 as a reply to  @ scriveyn's post |  #8557

Hi folks,
too many great shots to quote - amazing cityscapes from Fuzz as usual.
Super landscapes from Mike.
Nice planes from Ian.
Welcome to Chris.
Great dragonflies from Mark.
Lee - that backlit foal is probably my favourite shot of yours ever - totes amazeballs mate bw!

Some of you probably saw on fb, I did this thing on Sunday at Gauchos restaurant in Hampstead - they do an event once a month where they let people bring their dogs to lunch. It's promoted by the big dog magazine Dogs Today, and I had the most fabulous time photographing the woofers. Here's just a few. The whole set are on my fb, and they're all black and white and I'm thrilled with the way they've turned out, just love 'em!

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all taken with my 50mm f1.4 on the 5D3.
We're off to Norfolk again on Sat for another bonus week's hols. Watch out barn owls here I come!

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Jun 04, 2013 16:44 |  #8558

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This was what we went for though, stunning scenery and a real sense of being in the middle of nowhere:

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Gorgeous shots, it looks really fabulous there.


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Jun 04, 2013 16:45 |  #8559

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I like mine, I went to Italy last week, and used it.


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Really like this one, its very effective.


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Jun 04, 2013 16:46 |  #8560

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couple from me from this morning...

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Nice Chasers! They have all been a bit slow emerging this year, but it seems to be taking of quite well now. Lots of various ones being seen now.


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Jun 04, 2013 16:48 |  #8561

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Afternoon folks,

The New Forest was great, sun shone & there was lots to see and snap...


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Such a cute pony shot Lee and a very pretty shot of the lake.


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Jun 04, 2013 16:51 as a reply to  @ post 15999285 |  #8562

Couple more chasers from Sunday.

Just one reasonably acceptable one of a female ovipositing a second after leaving the water - these are probably the most difficult to get ovipositing as they are so fast lol.

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Jun 04, 2013 17:34 |  #8563

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Hi folks,
too many great shots to quote - amazing cityscapes from Fuzz as usual.
Super landscapes from Mike.
Nice planes from Ian.
Welcome to Chris.
Great dragonflies from Mark.
Lee - that backlit foal is probably my favourite shot of yours ever - totes amazeballs mate bw!

Some of you probably saw on fb, I did this thing on Sunday at Gauchos restaurant in Hampstead - they do an event once a month where they let people bring their dogs to lunch. It's promoted by the big dog magazine Dogs Today, and I had the most fabulous time photographing the woofers. Here's just a few. The whole set are on my fb, and they're all black and white and I'm thrilled with the way they've turned out, just love 'em!


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all taken with my 50mm f1.4 on the 5D3.
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Hi Penel

Not on FB so have yet to look and see if they are public?

But these two for me are the money shots...............th​ey are so reminiscent of the style I have seen somewhere before but I cannot recall when or who??? They are superb, though mind you it is not to say that the whole set are not good ;)


That was a great meal ~ you must have a good set of pans :p
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Jun 04, 2013 17:36 |  #8564

LindaB wrote in post #15999863 (external link)
Couple more chasers from Sunday.

Just one reasonably acceptable one of a female ovipositing a second after leaving the water - these are probably the most difficult to get ovipositing as they are so fast lol.

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Lovely captures especially the DiF as I know how hard they are to get & get right :D


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Jun 04, 2013 17:41 |  #8565

On another note.

I ran CS6 update and checking the update info it took me to this page for upcoming enhancements that will only be for CC users...............ta​lk about holding PS users to ransom with some highly desirable features that will only be in CC :( Here is the link http://blogs.adobe.com …-members-coming-soon.html (external link)

Just have hope that some of them get incorporated into LR at some stage ? As it seems they are never likely to get updated into CS6 (perpetual license version)!!!


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