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  • Morning shave

    Thanks everyone, I take one of these pics every day to post on facebook, and it's great to have one treated as a photo.

    MS has put a crimp on my photography - I'm not that mobile anymore, my hands shake, and ocular neuritis got my eyes. I've still got a bag of first rate Pentax glass, and I've been thinking of getting a DSLR. It's a lump of cash tho, and I'm not even sure I'll be able to use it.
    • 18 Sep 2015 11:22PM
  • Winter Sunshine

    Sometimes even Penclawdd is prettySmile
    • 10 Jun 2014 2:40PM
  • No Wandering Breezes

    I'm on the lookout for a decent pair of legs too as mine are a bit shaky lately, as are my hands so I've switched to a digi notebook camera to save loading spirals in the dark... it's only cost part of my soul Smile
    • 5 Jan 2009 11:40PM
  • Footsteps

    Quote:What an interesting comparison, I do love the old lampposts in particular. It does look like that in a hundred years a large hill in the background seems to have grown!

    When I first saw the pic I thought they were lampposts too, but they carried the power cables for Swansea's tram system.

    The Edwardian photograph was taken on an orthochromatic plate, which was overly sensitive to UV light so distant objects just don't show up. Mine was taken on panchromatic film with a strong blue absorbing filter which almost entirely blocks UV light and hey presto there's Kilvey Hill Smile
    • 9 May 2008 10:38AM
  • St Andrews Church

    Thank you Don. It's amazing how different the same scene can look simply by moving 20 yards. I wasn't sure about leaving the lamp post in but I think it helps give scale to the church.

    I've no excuse for leaving the bird in except I no longer live on the coast and I miss seagulls Smile

    • 8 May 2008 11:25AM
  • Generic Hotel, Tel Aviv

    I've a few postcards where a family member has drawn on an arrow to indicate their room, at last a neat technical solution to the problem. Progress!!!!

    Ceri Smile
    • 6 May 2008 8:20PM
  • Pier Street

    Thanks. The MX had just come back from a pretty expensive repair job (It's a black one so just about economic to fix). It wasn't so technical really, I was using the camera's metering all through this series and zone focussing.

    I'd not used a 28mm too often before and had to do a lot in Photoshop to correct perspective (tho not so much with this shot).
    • 6 May 2008 8:12PM

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