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Ruislip Lido - Welding glass

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by clairewadey, May 6, 2011.

  1. clairewadey

    clairewadey Well-Known Member

    Finally got round to using my welding glass filter today, only had a bit of time before getting my Son from school so I just popped up to Ruislip Lido. Completely forgot to change my camera back to Raw so had a bit of trouble adjusting the white balance when I got home. Lazily just used auto levels on PSE. The trees look out of focus due to the movement, and there are blurred swans/ducks all over the place.



    I haven't bothered to put this in the appraisal gallery for numerous reasons but thought it might remind a few people who may have some welding glass lying around. When I have a bit more time I might see if I can get some interesting photos around the Thames/Big Ben/London Eye area
  2. Fen

    Fen Well-Known Member

    I have welding glass, shot some images up at Tynemouth last year. Made VERY green images, but easily sorted out in RAW.

    Also know Ruislip Lido, used to live a couple of miles away. Great place for nature spotting in the woods.
  3. clairewadey

    clairewadey Well-Known Member

    I've only have taken a few steps into the woods, might explore properly at some point. I live in Ruislip so it's quite easy to get to. What kind of wildlife is there to look out for?
  4. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    I knew a guy who specialised in badgers there. Not sure what else there is apart from Woodpeckers, which another friend used to do.
  5. pocker

    pocker In the Stop Bath

    I also use my welding glass,but the trees you shot are not so natural

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