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  • Avatar : conrad

    Delta Works

    One of the aspects of my country that I'm quite proud of, is the way we've made a part of the earth inhatibable that many wouldn't have regarded as being usable for human beings at all. After all, two thirds of the country is below sea level. What...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  2 May 2012 3:47PM
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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 196 - Sacrifice.....

    Sometimes you have to pull the petals off to get the picture you want :) Ok, the flower is keeling over rapidly anyway so I guess it's not much of a sacrifice anyway. Alas nothing remotely interesting to report today - one day something exciting ...

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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Before and beyond your subject.

    After you spotted your subject and decided on the format your photograph will have (I'll come to that also) is good to think what of the foreground and the background can offer to your picture. The following example is just void of hints about the pe...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 195 - The Monday Night Challeng

    Well as it's Monday then of course it's Monday Night Challenge night and as usual I had to join in. This resulted in my getting not a lot else done this evening - well another still live veggie shot earlier on but the processing hasn't really worked...

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    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  30 Apr 2012 10:20PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    GrungeTastic

    I've been discovering of late that adding grunge effects to images can make simple and even quite dull-looking shots more interesting. But of course, like everything in life, you can overdo it. And the app I tried this time can easily drive one to us...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-243

    Inspired by this young lady: http://yowayowacamera.com/ I thought I too would try levitating. It wasn't easy, setting the camera on self timer and then trying to get the exact moment of the mid air capture. I thought I'd practice up the end of the ga...

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  • Avatar : User_Removed

    A return to Newmarket racing.

    I received a phone call on Friday 27th April 2012 from Newmarket Race course's marketing manager telling me that one of their official photographers has pulled out of this season's duties for reasons beyond control and asked if I could stand in for t...

  • Avatar : FrozenMoments

    Long time no see!

    Hey everyone, I can't believe how long it's been since I last updated! So in the time that I haven't posted, I got a place in college to study photography, considering I get the grades in my exams this summer. I'm so excited to study photography!...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 194 - Oops....

    A day spent tidying and wotnot today - I ended up with little time or inclination to do much in the way of photo taking but at least did produce a half decent still life this afternoon. I also took a few pics of the Muscari and Pasque Flower on a ...

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    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  29 Apr 2012 10:32PM
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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Keeping things simple

    A great execution of simplicity shown here: http://www.ephotozine.com/photo/the-hand-20772427 The picture is not mine, but the picture and the critique combined may assist you in your photographic pursuits. A well conceived picture in the mind takes...

  • Avatar : strokebloke

    The Fletcher Saga

    I mentioned in 'Not Fit For Purpose' that the mount-cutter is now functional And so it was. And indeed it is. However, what I failed to disclose was that it was not complete. There was, and is, a top and bottom stop missing from it. However, the...

    • Posted by : strokebloke
    •  29 Apr 2012 4:55PM
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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-242

    Just a starfish. Playing around in LR and CS6 to see what I could come up with. I'm trying to make more use of CS as I do not utilise it that much, generally just plonking an image through nik efex. This one wasn't too difficult using textures and ma...

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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    Week 17 of my 52

    Away at a conference this week so didn't have much opportunity for pictures, weather hasn't helped either, however, I did manage some shots in the garden whilst the rain held off.

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    • Posted by : topsyrm
    •  29 Apr 2012 9:18AM
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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 193 - Space Hopper

    Well that's Saturday more or less done - it goes by far too quickly but at least I've been out and about buying bits I need for my next miniature house project and done a good chunk of gardening too. I did finally get the camera out this afternoon...

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    • Posted by : cattyal
    •  28 Apr 2012 9:09PM
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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-241

    I'm not really happy with this one, I didn't have enough control over the light and it was a bit of a rush job. But it'll have to do for now or I will not get a pic done today. A cherry dropped into a glass of water.

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