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  • Along the Cornish Coast by iwool

    North side of Gwenver methinks.

    Lovely light - hoping for more of the same when I'm down there from tomorrow.
    • 23 Dec 2009 12:34PM
  • Lands End by Dominic5749

    It is a fantastic place and I like your picture.

    Hoping to get a shot of my own when I visit there twice over the Xmas period. Staying half a mile from this viewpoint which obviously works best in winter.
    • 23 Nov 2009 8:43PM
  • A Walk - - - by Melanie_M

    Fantastic shot

    great light and confidence to go with the 50:50 composition
    • 6 Nov 2009 6:34PM
  • Hermitage Castle by Derona

    My favourite type of light. Great composition and sympathetic treatment of this wonderful building.
    • 5 Apr 2009 8:18AM
  • Last resting place by joolsb

    This is so, so strong. Love it!

    View point and everything brilliantly chosen.

    I was chatting to Roger last night who said that his 3 tours this year had all essentially seen the same awful weather.

    Bax
    • 19 Dec 2008 10:06AM
  • Swaledale Geometry by joolsb

    Absolutely love it!
    • 27 Oct 2008 7:10PM
  • Kissss by Becswillow

    Love it
    • 3 Oct 2008 6:31AM
  • Strobes in Landscape photography

    Thanks Baxter I've just ordered it from Amazon - Cole made the same recomendation when I ordered the SB900, so thanks (both). Still if there are any online resourses ...
    by Nick_w | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 7
  • Carbon Fibre tripods and sea water

    I've been in some of that too, plus the very large area of floating excrement that used to be discharged offshore of Felixstowe many years ago (we wondered why all the lo...
    by ChuckBrix | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 10
  • Old days of film...

    If you are just starting out in photography I agree that it is best to go digital. A reasonably priced good compact can be bought these days and the the prints can be ...
    by tepot | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 121
  • Leica M4-P

    Seems like a bargain to me ,I had alsmost the same setup about 5 years ago but sold up when I got my hands on a digital slr , just to give you some prospective I sold the...
    by kenskinn | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 5
  • Strong ND Filters

    Would it be feasible to buy one of these and glue it to a 77mm screw in filter holder for a 10-20mm sig. Paul
    by NedC | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 20
  • How to use nd grads correctly!

    No andy, we did alot of urban landscape stuff and most of the work was hdr stuff!! will give ian a try thanks for the help!!
    by Andy1979 | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 22
  • Tips for shooting White Yachts in strong sun

    Well as you're shooting digitally I wouldn't worry. Turn the highlight warning on so the LCD will show you any blown out highlights. Leave the camera on whatever mode yo...
    by Radius12 | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Posted on: New version of DxO Optics Pro

    Still waiting for the lens module for the Nikon 70-200 mkII. Very frustrating!
    • 28 Jan 2010 8:13PM
  • Posted on: First digital camera benchmark based on RAW image quality

    This sounds great news to me.

    It means open source data presented in what ought to be an unbiased manner. Thus it should provide a far more informed choice to any potential camera change. How many 5D owners are currently wondering how much better the Mk II will be, and what this will bring to their pictures? Mike has already indicated the usefulness in assessing a potential change of camera body.

    The photographer on the street now has access to decent data before the photo-mag journalists add their spin, thereby ensuring that the camera manufacturers repeat their advertising within the publication.

    In addition, lots of the noise/misinformed opinion proffered in web-forums can be ignored. Having decided type of shooting the camera is needed for, the mix of properties can be determined, then the candidates can be seen plotted against each other.

    Yes the D700 does do well at the moment.

    DxO have a fair degree of credibility, so I hope that they try to retain this and build on this commendable initiative.
    • 17 Nov 2008 4:37PM
  • Posted on: First digital camera benchmark based on RAW image quality

    This sounds great news to me.

    It means open source data presented in what ought to be an unbiased manner. Thus it should provide a far more informed choice to any potential camera change. How many 5D owners are currently wondering how much better the Mk II will be, and what this will bring to their pictures? Mike has already indicated the usefulness in assessing a potential change of camera body.

    The photographer on the street now has access to decent data before the photo-mag journalists add their spin, thereby ensuring that the camera manufacturers repeat their advertising within the publication.

    In addition, lots of the noise/misinformed opinion proffered in web-forums can be ignored. Having decided type of shooting the camera is needed for, the mix of properties can be determined, then the candidates can be seen plotted against each other.

    Yes the D700 does do well at the moment.

    DxO have a fair degree of credibility, so I hope that they try to retain this and build on this commendable initiative.
    • 17 Nov 2008 4:03PM
  • Posted on: Free Capture NX2 with every Nikon D700

    Corduroy is for Canons.

    Nowt for Nikon, since that appears what I am destined to get. Their bare-faced cheek.
    • 3 Nov 2008 10:22PM
  • Posted on: Free Capture NX2 with every Nikon D700

    This really has just made my day. Still in the 60 day 'trial' period, I now feel hugely motivated to pay for the NX2 licence.

    The optics corrections are good, but then there are alternatives which do a better job...

    From where do we collect the club badges?
    • 3 Nov 2008 4:43PM
  • Posted on: A workflow plug-in for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2

    Seeking an easy life, I too was intrigued to investigate, then horrified that this costs more than original LR software.

    Looked at the videos and seems quite clunky. Surely anyone with that heavy a workload will have loads of presets and be proficient at Synching file settings?
    • 22 Oct 2008 8:03AM
  • Posted on: Cokin introduce 100mm Z-Pro Series Filter-holder

    Am left wondering why it apparently takes many years of R+D to rip off the Lee design? Most of us could achieve such a result in rather less time.
    This strikes me as being a somewhat less than commendable product or news item.
    True European ethics, or perhaps an opportunity to keep buying British. Lee do afterall seem to sponsor the EPZ site.
    • 17 Apr 2005 11:54AM
  • Posted on: Olmec inkjet paper wins DIMA shootout

    Rupert

    I would be deeply indebted if you were able to point me to one paper test where the reviewers have used the specific ICC profiles to match ink and paper and conducted an objective test rather than dialling up a preset media setting.

    If you are unable to do so, then I suggest that your time would be better spent understanding the colour management process rather than reading erroneous reviews and awards.

    This will yield you far better improvements in your image quality than trying yet another type of paper.
    • 27 Mar 2005 1:52PM
  • Posted on: Olmec inkjet paper wins DIMA shootout

    Presumably they use custom ICC profiles for each of the papers with that printer and also that they soft proof and adjust image before hitting the print button??
    If not, the "Shoot out" doesn't determine the best image quality but rather the paper that does least badly on each of the printers.
    Although probably more accurate, I cannot see the sponsors renaming it as the "Least badly award" or "there are worse (and better)", even if that is what it is.
    Am surprised that this has been able to run for a decade.
    On a more positive note, even the worse of todays papers is probably much better than the best in the inaugural year. If any of the images are still visible from then!
    • 23 Mar 2005 10:43PM

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