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  • The Murder Scene by highlander

    Classic, superb composition and great lighting
    • 31 Oct 2006 11:49PM
  • Tate Hill Pier by stevenb

    Caught my attention amongst the thumbnails ... really like this. Good use of fill flash.
    • 29 Oct 2006 7:32PM
  • The Eye by dave thelens

    The still water, the deep blues and the warmth from the lights make this for me. Great shot
    • 18 Oct 2006 2:01PM
  • Leaving Buckfastleigh by PeterLondon

    Thanks for the comments.

    Dave re the exposure... as I said above it was my first day using the D2X so actually the exposure was slightly lucky. At the time I han't appreciated just how biased the metering is to focus area you have selected.

    The original unaltered image is slightly underexposed with the steam looking distinctly grey, but with use of layers and layer masks it was possible to produce an acceptable overall exposure
    • 16 Oct 2006 5:28PM
  • Runners refuge. by candid

    The thumbnail intrigued me... love the composition and the simplicity. Gets my click!
    • 6 Oct 2006 10:09PM
  • Explore by leesearle

    Superb.... the composition is just fantastic
    • 4 Oct 2006 9:06AM
  • Whitby Essence by keithh

    Colours look fine on my monitor but I do agree with the comment about losing a liitle of the left side of the image.

    However as the title suggests it does capture the essence of Whitby.
    • 2 Oct 2006 9:39AM
  • Canon G9 - image quality?

    I have a trusty old G6 which is an exceptional camera with a superb fast lens and can easily print quality up to A3. I have never really used it above ISO400 where noise...
    by Pym | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 44
  • Should I upgrade to a D300

    Http:// interesting link for our kinda weather :(
    by ChrisNikon | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 67
  • D3 sample uploaded....

    But surely they've got street light? And what about fridge light?
    by SteveCharles | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 16
  • iso 25600 with D3

    Peter... Is there any chance of you taking some test shots and making the RAW files available for download somewhere? Failing that, could you stick a 100% crop up if you'...
    by PeterLondon | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • No view large option

    It was probably the cookie causing the problem all along. Sometimes you need to clear the cache as well when things go a bit strange.
    by PeterLondon | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • What will Christmas cost you?

    Last year I gave my wife bathroom scales and she gave me an electric nasal hair trimmer. Who said romance was dead? This year my 8 year old is getting a camera so I can s...
    by steve_kershaw | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 32
  • Seeing in a new light

    Very impressive set of low natural light images. Could this imply that there should be less "Flash" at events like Film Premieres etc., or would you still need it to ...
    by PeterLondon | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 10

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  • Posted on gwyn h's profile

    A stunning portfolio of high quality images. I have put you on my favourites list. I made my first photo sortie into Wales after xmas around Snowdonia. I can't believe I have taken so long to get around to going ... what a beautiful part of the world.
    • 5 Jan 2006 12:35PM
  • Posted on Westers's profile

    Some stunning work in your portfolio ... for such a short time you are producing some really great shots.

    I agree with the comment about photography being a relatively cheap hobby ... I used to fly aerobatics in a vintage bi-plane... now that is expensive.
    • 3 Jan 2006 11:53PM
  • Posted on highlander's profile

    Doug good evening, after you commented on my Sunrise in Snowdonia picture I took a look at your portfolio. WOW ... what stunning images you have got some of the best landscapes on EPZ in your portfolio. I echo your comments about the D2X and the sunrise shot was quite testing for the metering. The thing that I found early on is that the matrix metering is very biased towards the part of the frame that is used for focussing ... its almost as if it is spot metering in some circumstances. I also find that the Sigma 10-20mm is prone to flare especailly with the Cokin grad filter on.

    As you may have guessed I am London based so a bit of time in Snowdonia was a revelation to me over Xmas, and your portfolio is inspiring me to visit Scotland this year.
    • 30 Dec 2005 10:07AM
  • Posted on mdpontin's profile

    Really high quality work in your portfolio ... a pleasure to view. Have added you to my favourites. Peter
    • 4 Jan 2006 8:58AM

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