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Special Request (2)

Special Request (2) by woolybill1

Excellent exposure.


Barred........ by barbarahirst

Impressive looking bird.

Down the Knap.

Down the Knap. by franken

Good shots, it is a while since I have been there.

Fun Friday:   NOT

Fun Friday: NOT by taggart

All of our snow seems to be over now, Jennn, I hope that I am not speaking too soon. Tongue

St Cuthbert

St Cuthbert by gingerdelight

I am just reading an historic novel called The Lords of the North, by Bernard Cornwell, which tells the story of some Danes and Saxons who carried his dried up corpse,
in a coffin, during King Alfred's time, as a holy relic, on a journey from the South of England to the North. Tongue


A Blue Day

A Blue Day by ChristineD

Very relaxing picture.

Common Blue-Polyommatus icarus.

Common Blue-Polyommatus icarus. by Badgerfred

All lovely shots. They cheer me up during this weather.


Point Reyes Seashore

Point Reyes Seashore by TyChee

Marvellous vista.


Hot stuff.

Hot stuff. by mikbee

One of your best, Mick.

Small Tortoiseshell-Aglais urticae.

Small Tortoiseshell-Aglais urticae. by Badgerfred

A good 'Summery' picture.

Starry Night in a Puddle

Starry Night in a Puddle by taggart

Nice one, Jennn. We have had a couple of days of nice weather so our puddles have disappeared.


Rafters by TyChee

Great composition, interesting upload.


Geranium by ChristineD

I like the ethereal appearance.

Curled Staircase

Curled Staircase by clausaresu

Excellent angle and D of F.

Window view..

Window view.. by xwang

You did the correct thing with the composition, I agree with you keeping the painting in for the reason that you have stated.
As you probably know, my aim is to compose in camera before exposing, and then performing only the necessary and least
enhancement. This was our practice in 'film' photography, when film was expensive and unless you had unlimited finance, it
wasn't economically feasible to take hundreds of exposures and then delete the unwanted frames. Of course, if one was a pro photographer
and working on a lucrative assignment this approach could be used. This was one reason why, in those days, there was such a gulf in the
expertise between the amateur and the pro photographer, and, in my opinion that explains why, today, with the virtually unlimited
exposures that can be taken of a subject by everyone, and the computer programs available, the keen amateur can equal, or
sometimes exceed, the quality of a pro.


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