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Sng, March 13, 2005 in Creative
Christmas and Winter 2014
Love the first one.
Some of my best shots from the other day.
Robin by Darran Jones, on Flickr
Kestrel hovering by Darran Jones, on Flickr
Green Finch by Darran Jones, on Flickr
A few I took on the way home from visiting the family
IMG_6013-Edit-2.jpg by EvilBoris, on Flickr
IMG_6047.jpg by EvilBoris, on Flickr
IMG_6025.jpg by EvilBoris, on Flickr
IMG_6007.jpg by EvilBoris, on Flickr
Happy nephew at Christmas!
A group of us went out tonight to a field near me which has a river running through it. The temperature dropped to around -6, and we spent most of the night knee deep in the water. Stupidly cold, but got some good shots. This was the second to last one to be taken as by the end of the night (around midnight) it got even colder and peoples cameras started freezing up. Quite happy how this one came out, about a 2min exposure in the pitch black, with some small lights to paint areas in the scene:
Cold Nights by neal1973, on Flickr
Here are a few shots from my recent travels
Apologies if the quality is poor, they're screenshots from FB on my phone.
Have been quite enthusiastically Instagram-ing recently.
Quite enjoying it especially as mobile photography is becoming increasingly higher in quality. I have both an iPhone6, which has a really quite nice camera and editing functionality as standard. And a Fujifilm X100T which makes really nice JPEGs in camera and has wireless - so you can copy images over to your phone whilst standing in the street if you want to.
Trying to gain Instagram followers without doing anything underhand is quite a slow grind but I have a pretty vast archive to upload and a steady stream of new shots given that I am taking the iPhone6 & X100T everywhere.
Couple more from Tuesday night. Interestingly the Canons kept working, despite one lens getting frost all over it, but the one Nikon user had his camera refuse to even start up, but once indoors it was fine.
Friends in the Dark by neal1973, on Flickr
Sub Zero Ignition by neal1973, on Flickr
After being really pleased with the IR camera I modded last time, I've upscaled a little and bought this
I did it, i went and bought this bad boy.
AND IT'S AMAZING
except i can't edit the RAW files in Adobe elements 11 because i can't upgrade camera raw above 8.4 because that needs windows 7 or above and I'm still on vista and even then I think I need to get Elements 12 or probably 13 and that has to have windows 7 or above...
BUT THE CAMERA IS STILL TOTAL ACENESS
expect LOTS of blurry pictures of cars this year
Try downloading Adobe DNG converter, hopefully that will convert them and you can just open the DNG file in PSE11 instead
DNGC for some strange reason can't see the files in the folder, which i think is because the latest version needs Win7 and i'm still on Vista. I think i'm just going to have to bite the bullet and upgrade.
The really irritating thing is FastStone which I use to view and organise my pictures has no problems with the files at all.
The following shots are dedicated to Tommyg who gave me a great deal on his 7D. I'm still learning with it, but I feel my shots are slowly getting better.
Thanks Strider, great shots, glad you're putting it to good use
A lake, a loch and a shore line..
To a point by tomgutteridge78, on Flickr
Lonely island by tomgutteridge78, on Flickr
Sure by tomgutteridge78, on Flickr
Wow. Those shots are stunning Tom
saw these two on the weekend.
Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland. February 2012.
I've not posted in here for a very long time.
Nothing special, complete accident when I hit the trigger in the studio earlier:
more cars ...
Porsche train by sidewaysbob, on Flickr
Ride along by sidewaysbob, on Flickr
Hell's grandfathers by sidewaysbob, on Flickr
Caeser's Camp? Some of my MTB buddies were having their ride interrupted by those dudes puttering about.
Just got back from my first ever trip to the US - had a work trip to Texas, and managed to convince my boss that I should take the weekend off in New York on my way back. Still a bit jetlagged (and quite glad to have made it out without too much trouble, considering the historic and lethal amounts of snow (quote from CNN)) - but in any case, here's a shot from Brooklyn Bridge (more will probably follow):
Yes, its still too muddy up there for my liking ans these boys are ripping up the nice trails. SO i was just out walking the dog and taking pictures.
Once it dries out there are a few fantastic little singletracks through the woods
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