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  • SS Great Britain - Postcards Series by Lucy_Locket

    Like this set, really really nicely done. I Don't normally go for overtly photoshopped images but these work really well.
    • 5 Dec 2010 6:57PM
  • Kite by samfurlong

    Quote:Nice capture Sam, I was there last Wednesday but they only feed for twenty minutes. It worked out at 1 per minute in the new hide

    To be honest I think the new hide is a bit steep (price wise). 10 for the gateway hide which I used the other day is good value (plus I wanted to be lower down for these taking off the snow shots). I know the money goes to the farm for the kite rehab centre and all that but I don't see why the new hide is 20, I think 15 that same as the other tower hide would be more than enough.
    For 20 you get an entire day at somewhere like Slimbridge.. okay no good for kites but in terms of value it's much better.
    • 5 Dec 2010 6:34PM
  • My Daughters Big Day by Tony_Shadrach

    Great pic. Nice depth.
    • 31 Oct 2010 9:45AM
  • Bride by samfurlong

    I thought more contemplative....
    • 20 Aug 2010 3:56PM
  • Arcots Mono Dawn by terry_cavner

    Very spooky, looks like something out if sleepy hollow.
    • 26 Mar 2010 8:28AM
  • 60009 Union of South Africa by CarlNECT

    As a train lover myself, I often feel that most steam photography is fairly samey. his is great, really different to the normal stuff and catches the eye.
    • 26 Mar 2010 8:26AM
  • Black Sage by tommyegan

    Love the shapes in this . Well done.
    • 26 Mar 2010 8:23AM
  • Posted on: Photographers give the media an extra set of eyes

    I would urge any amateur photographer who captures a newsworthy event (such as the weston pier fire for example) to seek out a decent press agency who will do all the legwork for them and split the money rather than GIVING them away which it just plain MADNESS. You'll get your 5 minutes of fame sure, but that'll be it.
    One of my colleagues was the first professional photographer on the scene at the Weston fire and the only pro to capture any images of the actual flames as they died down very quickly but even he arrived when they were past their most dramatic. He sourced a picture off a tourist (the one that was in most of the papers) and the guy has since had his palms greased with a good few hundred quid. Much better than giving them away which serves only to devalue the worth of a good news picture.
    • 21 Aug 2008 6:23PM

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