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GHGraham

Our gallery is inside a haunted, early 17th century Town House in the medieval village of Culross in the Kingdom of Fife, Scotland.

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  • St Andrews Day Full Moon by GHGraham

    Yes, of course, it's cropped.
    • 4 Dec 2020 9:24AM
  • Buachaille ite Mr by GHGraham

    Thanks for all the medallions.

    My mantle piece will have no room for a Xmas stocking this year.
    • 9 Nov 2020 11:50AM
  • Lagangarbh by GHGraham

    No idea why the EXIF shows what it does - this is a 1/2 hour exposure at f4, ISO 400 for those that want the tech stuff.
    • 28 Sep 2020 9:26AM
  • Edinburgh Castle by GHGraham

    Thanks for the positive comments.

    If there are any benefits from lock down it's having access to places like Castle Rock with no one else there which is impossible under normal circumstances.
    • 2 Jul 2020 10:31AM
  • Dunnottar by GHGraham

    Yes, ideally you should take two images especially if they are low ISO, long exposures.

    Some shoot at 3200 or even 6400 ISO for short exposures to stop the stars trailing too much but the noise is dreadful.
    • 6 Mar 2020 4:40PM
  • Family Day Out by GHGraham

    Cheques are in the mail, right/

    lol
    • 4 Dec 2019 1:30PM
  • Dunnottar by GHGraham

    I detonated an old WW2 army grenade to light up the shadows but put it behind a soft box to soften the contrast. Unfortunately the soft box shredded into small pieces and then blew away over the cliffs in the wind.

    Apart from some flash burns on the back of my hands, this image is all I got.

    WW2 grenades don't work so will try a flash mortar next time.
    • 8 Jan 2018 8:35PM
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  • Posted on motorsportpictures's profile

    These could appear in any decent motoring magazine ... a tricky job made to look easy but I know it's not. Lots of practice and a skill for timing, framing, tracking an object that's always going faster than it appears with the naked eye.

    Cracking talent.
    • 31 Dec 2009 6:11PM

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