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Oct 25, 2010 16:27 |  #3766

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one of my Richmond Park photos won the Warehouse Express weekly Twitter competition :D

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just a voucher - but I am chuffed nonetheless!

Lovely image and well deerserved winning image :D


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Oct 25, 2010 16:48 |  #3767

Well done Lee and Ian on your recent wins. Nice to be recognised- you both must be doing something right!

Ian, I may decide to enter next year, so be prepared for second place ;) to save the disappointment. Well, I may kid myself now anyway. :)


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Oct 25, 2010 16:52 |  #3768

Matt Photog Peters wrote in post #11155941 (external link)
=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11155941]Can anyone shed some light on a problem were having.. Jem has brought a pack of sticky label sheets, we have told word which sheet it is by the code on the pack, trouble is when we print them out they are completly off on the sheet and over-lap each other!

Has anyone had this problem before or know of a solution?!

Any ideas? Fast running out of sheets.. Keeps ballsing them up!! Grr..


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Oct 25, 2010 16:52 |  #3769

Nice one Lee, well deserved fella!!


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Oct 25, 2010 17:33 as a reply to  @ Matt Peters's post |  #3770

Dr D wrote in post #11161195 (external link)
Haven't been out photographing for a while - I figure i should get rid of the back log of photos to process first :)

Here's a couple from Venice and up "norf"
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Nice shots Dennis, really like the feel of this one.

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Did you hunt for trophies or meat? Deer hunting (and pig hunting) was quite common in NZ as well but they did usually eat the meat. It did say that shooting deer is legal with the landowner's permission but the article gives the impression that they just shot it and left it - just to get the head as a trophy?

Well, we hunted for meat primarily, but if you had an option between a buck and a doe you'd go for the buck. We never just took a head and left the remains, so if that's what they did then I can see where the uproar would come from.

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Fyi you can go deer hunting with a shotgun, you can get solid shot for it. If it is true like you say seems a funny time of year for it, not a fan of game shooting for sport myself. Used to have to do some beating at pheasant shoots when I was younger.......most of them were a bunch of bigotted idiots !!

True, but I guess I never think of that as we always hunted for meat. If you shot a deer with a slug (what we called shot gun rounds with one large pelet) you would ruin most of the meat. Those rounds tear big holes in animals and they also tend to explode when they hit bone sending shrapnel everywhere.

Anyway, weird topic for the photography forum ;)

TCIK wrote in post #11162137 (external link)
one of my Richmond Park photos won the Warehouse Express weekly Twitter competition :D

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just a voucher - but I am chuffed nonetheless!

Brilliant shot mate! Congrats on the win as well, gotta love some more "forced photo spending" ;)


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Oct 25, 2010 17:34 |  #3771

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=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11163203]Any ideas? Fast running out of sheets.. Keeps ballsing them up!! Grr..

Try using page set up and work out the margins yourself.

Maybe easier in Excel- definitely. Word is dreadful.


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Oct 25, 2010 18:34 |  #3772

Matt Photog Peters wrote in post #11163203 (external link)
=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11163203]Any ideas? Fast running out of sheets.. Keeps ballsing them up!! Grr..

I found Avery lables were the only ones that ever worked properly based on the code.(L7160 WAS THE ONE I STUCK WITH)

Have tried entering your lable dimensions manually under "new lable" (Office 2007), may be "Custom" in earlier incarnations of this beloved word processing application;)




  
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Oct 26, 2010 01:47 |  #3773

How about trying the print on a sheet of normal A4 first each time so you don't waste the labels?


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Oct 26, 2010 01:47 |  #3774

Morning everyone. Still half asleep! :|


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Oct 26, 2010 02:09 |  #3775

Matt Photog Peters wrote in post #11163203 (external link)
=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11163203]Any ideas? Fast running out of sheets.. Keeps ballsing them up!! Grr..

Not my specialist area but if I were you, once I had played with the alignment, I'd do a draft printo onto plain paper and compare to the label sheet. Much cheaper way of testing.

EDIT: Clearly I should read the entire thread before replying :o


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Oct 26, 2010 02:26 |  #3776

Fail! :lol:


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Oct 26, 2010 02:39 |  #3777

Morning all, was planning on hitting the pro photo seminar today, but need to go to the dentist instead for a chipped tooth :(

Went along to Herstmonceaux castle yesterday and heres a quick shot, loving photomatix v4!

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Oct 26, 2010 02:47 |  #3778

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Morning all, was planning on hitting the pro photo seminar today, but need to go to the dentist instead for a chipped tooth :(

Went along to Herstmonceaux castle yesterday and heres a quick shot, loving photomatix v4!

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I dont see anything Neal ???


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Oct 26, 2010 02:50 |  #3779

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I dont see anything Neal ???

FTP was playing silly buggers, what about now?


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Oct 26, 2010 03:03 |  #3780

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FTP was playing silly buggers, what about now?

Yeah see it now, lovely reflections.........st​ill some halos about though


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