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Thank you for visiting. Here is a record of some of the things I see as I stumble around laden with photographic and sound recording gear ... not to mention the sandwiches!
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A quick view of nicktg's recent activity.

  • general

    now I'm no expert as the previous two will testify (they have improved loads of mine but I wondered about going a bit further than Willie (Banhawi) suggested and cropped some more of the field and sky out and a bit on the left and right to make it a sort of panorama shot but it brought the cattle out a bit more making them the centre of attention
    • 23 Jun 2016 10:53PM
  • Snowdonia 50 runner 3

    Question to everyone else ... 1 pernickerty point.

    The gorse bush is masking the runners foot, i find that distracting ... Does anyone else?

    • 22 Sep 2014 8:47PM
  • Southport Bridge

    Fully agree guys but it was a bit of fun to send a quick "snap" to my wife as she was at home. I was surprised how well it came out the normal camera's are either my 7d or a Nikon P5100 compact but i'd need a computer as well then to download them ... maybe i'll get a laptop later on this year but I carry enough with me already Grin

    THanks for taking the time to look and comment.

    • 14 Feb 2013 10:37AM
  • Prudential building in Liverpool

    in english Bren ?Grin I didn't know if I should be trying to straighten them or not - you don't get this trouble with wildlife Grin but I saw this corner and had to take the shot before the bus turned the corner...

    Jack, OK on the mod - thanks for that i'll have a play and see what I can do in LR.

    Yes as you both say a bus isn't the best "tripod" to use but I probably wouldn't have seen the building or got the shot from the ground so being on the top deck of an open top bus was a bonus.
    • 12 Feb 2013 11:58PM
  • Nuthatch

    The bit of feather in V1 spoils it ... Only joking Grin

    Love them both !

    • 12 Feb 2013 10:37PM
  • Female Common Darter

    Cheers Frank,

    I did wonder should it be landscape or portrait but then opted for portrait... still wondering if it would be better landscape Grin

    Yes after I'd posted it I did think it looked a bit in the middle ... I'm sure it wasn't like that in LR4... maybe it was and the eyes weren't working so good lol!

    • 6 Feb 2013 10:17AM
  • Stonechat

    lovely shot in typical pose

    • 5 Feb 2013 9:54AM
  • Seeing as you are one of the first to comment on my offerings I thought I'd take a look to see if you know what you're on about ... do you or what !!!

    Absolutely stunning makes me want to break the S9600 out again , Im sure it never took photo's this good for me! but I still keep it as a walkabout camera when I'm either out with the dog or in the garden (super macro on it)

    You are more than qualified and I am humbled !

  • Gobsmaking !!! Your obviously better with PS than me Grin

    • Posted on CliveA's profile
    • 3 Jul 2011 12:52PM
  • Your work shows all the hallmarks of someone who enjoys their work ... and who wouldn't with "office staff" like these! Superb.

  • Thanks for the help with the Dartmoor Pony - much appreciated.

    Love the gallery a real eclectic ( big word for a wednesday night) mix ... love em

  • I bow to your greater skill ... THanks for comments on the 'dartmoor pony' much appreciated .. just need to implement now!

    Love the gallery BTW
    • Posted on NEWMANP's profile
    • 9 Mar 2011 10:05PM
  • When I grow I'd like to take photo's like you - breathtaking

    Aged 53 Smile
    • Posted on Tonyd3's profile
    • 8 Mar 2011 5:28PM
  • Superb photo's Dave. What else can I say that others haven't!