It had to come in useful sometime ;)
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Meeting relatives on Zoom
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Very nice. Think there is a bit of a dynamic range issue on 3 & 4 and backgrounds are very light. Did you have an ND grad on?
Nice, but better if the rh one had been facing away too. Bit noisy on the darker two?
Yes I did straighten some of them up, they are in fact all over the place.
If you think that's confusing, here's the stall the other side of the wall: Turnips.
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Reluctantly have to agree on that. This morning was not nice at all.
As part of a much wider RPS project on independent businesses, I have been looking at some in the railway arches of South London. Shot about 50 so...
Well I was 1 down by time I finally gave up. But went to the Osteo yesterday and felt better. Then waking up this morning !!! Stood up and had no...
Very nice. I shot it many years ago, but with no time to explore it and only a pocket digi.
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Drying is a means of preservation:
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If you want to follow his wanderings, just Google "Follow the boat". The boat is Esper. He learned his photography here then put it to good use as...
Very sad. Sorry to hear that.
If anyone remembers him, this is Jamie aka Demonboy, round the world yachtie and late of these columns a dozen years or so ago. This was Xmas Day...
My second wedding 11 years ago.
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Before setting off for son's wedding in Armenia:
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