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I hope you enjoy my eclectic selection of images. I don't have a particular style and I don't do too much in Photoshop. Almost all my images are processed in Lightroom. Occasionally I indulge in Photomatix but only to deal with excessive contrast.


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  • Going Soft by Irishkate

    Interesting thought process Kate and I really like the final image.
    • 10 Aug 2016 8:48PM
  • The Weeping Window in Perth by alansnap

    Quote:Isn't Perth the home of now amalgamated Black Watch?

    Yes Kate this is at the Black Watch Museum, and Perth has always been the home of the Black Watch.
    • 9 Aug 2016 6:04PM
  • ColeRAINe by Irishkate

    If the weather up north is as good as here you should have a good day Kate. I like this and the reflections. Now Coleraine takes me back to (a) driving through on the way to Castlerock and my parent's caravan in 1961, (b) numerous trips for rowing while I was at university in Belfast and when I taught at Methodist College (Methody) in the 70s. Last time I drove through was a few years ago on our way to Mussendon Temple.
    • 6 Aug 2016 2:29PM
  • Kathmandu Sidewalk by david deveson

    I agree with Moira, we don't realise how fortunate we are. Even our poorest children don't have things quite this basic. Well captured.
    • 5 Aug 2016 9:13AM
  • View From Scalpay by Irishkate

    Another lovely image, and I really like the way you've captured the edge of the peat cutting.
    • 5 Aug 2016 9:11AM
  • End of the day at Loch Coruisk by hrsimages

    A lovely image and well done for getting round there!
    • 4 Aug 2016 7:18PM
  • Ghost in the machine by rontear

    Another excellent shot of Joss.
    Hammers? Who are they? What do they do? GrinGrinGrinGrin I know my former boss will be in full agreement with you.
    Enjoy Guernsey.
    • 4 Aug 2016 1:43PM
  • Posted on: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Announced

    My tongue is hanging out. I went on the CPN website and looked at it. It really is a pro camera though. I'd love one, but I was just saying to a club last night that the MkII is the best camera I've ever had. So, I'll just keep my money in the piggy bank until a Mark IV comes along.

    I guess with the 24-70 it will be about 3900, or 3300 with a 50mm 1.4. My AE-1 in 1978 cost 200 with a 50mm 1.8 lens. Add 50 for the 1.4 lens and 80 for a motor drive and it costs 330. I was earning 4300 as a teacher. At the moment I'd earn 6 times that so an equivalent cost of camera would be 1980. On that basis the 5D Mk III is 1.75 times the cost of the AE-1 but look what it gives you. Truth is that value has increased exponentially over the years. I still can't afford one but hey you can dream.

    • 2 Mar 2012 12:59PM
  • Posted on: Apple release Aperture 2

    It is available to us Brits and now. I am using a free trial at home. I tried v1 on my older Mac and it was too slow to cope, but v2 runs sweetly on my MacBook and the results are excellent. At 129 it seems good value for what it does, and I can't be bothered moaning about the price difference which is 6 plus VAT. $199 is about 104 - add VAT and you're at 122, so the price difference is a lot less than the cost of a plane ticket Smile
    • 22 Feb 2008 12:25PM
  • Posted on: Photography Treasure Hunt

    So where's the link to Tate Modern then? Shame the London event has closed for bookings, but Liverpool is still open as I've just looked. Here's the link
    • 15 Apr 2007 4:42PM

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  • Posted on BURNBLUE's profile

    A super portfolio. I really like the way you have set the people in their environment so well.
    • 4 Mar 2014 12:27PM
  • Posted on bagman's profile

    A very nice portfolio Frank. I particularly like the humming birds. They are beautiful.
    • 10 Dec 2011 1:47PM

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