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  • Avatar : ugly

    Welsh International Salon

    Open Monochrome (PSA PID Mono) (acceptance mark 12) "Train Driving Doctor" scored 12 and was accepted Nature (acceptance mark 12) "Fish Eagle and Giant Heron" scored 12 and was accepted This was the first time I have done the Welsh International Sa...

    • Posted by : ugly
    •  9 Aug 2016 3:35PM
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  • Avatar : maxcompose

    Samed Nang Chee View Point - Phang Nga

    Samed Nang Chee is a new view point in Phang Nga Province, Thailand. On this view point you can see the archipelago over there. The limestone cliff island is most beautiful point here. Seldom foreigner come over here, mostly the local people near ...

    • Posted by : maxcompose
    •  9 Aug 2016 3:31PM
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  • Avatar : Nick_w

    The Milky Way as seen from Menorca

    OK this is not going to set the world alight, and hubble has nothing to worry about. But this is my first go at astrophotography. It wasn't the best set up, My little Fuji, kit lens, perched on a plastic table on the balcony, using an ashtray for S...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Wray Castle - Family Friendly Fun!

    Wray Castle is a National Trust property on the west bank of Windermere in the Lake District. Years ago we visited here when it was privately owned and housed a college. It was interesting as architecture and the grounds were open to explore. Now the...

  • Avatar : topsyrm

    July.........Black and White

    Late posting this month's and 2 of them are from August but hey-ho life is busy just now and getting out with camera to take meaningful photographs isn't easy. These 2 are from a walkabout in Tavistock, Devon; These 2 are from a Hot Rod show at...

    • Posted by : topsyrm
    •  7 Aug 2016 12:59PM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Stuffed with Culture

    Had a wander round the National Portrait Gallery today and stumbled across the William Eggleston exhibition. Some good photos, but quite a small exhibition. Then I strolled around the BP Portrait Awards followed by a look at the Flemish masters in ...

    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  5 Aug 2016 4:27PM
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    It comes over from my neighbour's garden and jumps onto the feeder. Cheeky thing.

    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  4 Aug 2016 1:32PM
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  • Avatar : ugly

    The South Devon salon

    News just in 2 acceptances first is in Section Name: OPEN MONO the image "TRAIN DRIVING DOCTOR" Second is in Section Name: NATURE "CROSSING THE DRYED RIVERBED"

    • Posted by : ugly
    •  4 Aug 2016 7:58AM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    The morning.....

    ...... started without a cloud in the sky, checked the air traffic with the app. flight radar. I had a few minutes before the 09:10 Easy Jet flight from Belfast was due overhead on its approach to Newcastle airport. Time to make a coffee then sit in ...

  • Avatar : Boykophotography


    Beautiful day, beautiful couple. Happy to represent you [lnked removed by site admin - please read terms and conditions of blog posts] of my colleagues. It is really a pleasure for me when photographers hire me for their event. Dilyara and Ahmet came...

  • Avatar : Fenfotos

    High Sweden Bridge

    As part of my workflow for processing images, I routinely make colour based decompositions of the image to use as the basis for layer maps. I use either HSV or LAB decompositions. The reason I use this method is that the vast majority of my image...

    • Posted by : Fenfotos
    •  3 Aug 2016 9:03AM
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  • Avatar : BarryBeckham

    Barry Beckham from Beckham Digital

    More years ago than I care to remember, I was encouraged to write tutorials for the first Digital Photography magazine that was about to be launched in the UK. That was Digital PhotoFX with Peter Bargh as the editor. All these years later I am still ...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Can't Decide

    Have been looking through some photos and trying to decide whether I like some in b/w rather than colour. I like this one in both. Can't decide.

  • Avatar : maxcompose

    Ipoh Old Town Wall Art Mural

    Ipoh, located at Perak, Malaysia. They is a heritage and peaceful full of delicious food. Here also origin of the "Oldtown White Coffee". Now Ipoh also known as one of the Best in Asia by Lonely Planet. Recently, some of the artist had drawing th...

    • Posted by : maxcompose
    •  30 Jul 2016 5:37PM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson


    ...... in the park today. Had the camera mounted on a tripod and used the mobile phone as a remote trigger....... practice for when I'm ready for a more suitable location..... ....... and finally a blend of four seperate exposures ......trip...