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    Thanks

    Thanks, message sent. Lets hope some life can be breathed back into her.

    C
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    Recommendations for restoration

    HI all,

    Long time since I posted here and long story.

    However, along the way I picked up a Seiko Saucer 6119-6400 in reasonable shape.
    I had a local guy take a look at it who effectively said...
  3. Almost an Angel

    I love this one.
    http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f320/colinmet/almostanangel.jpg

    It reminds me no matter how much he winds me up or wrecks the house, he is a wee angel sometimes.

    C
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    Re: Finally I'm famous

    Justin,

    I used MacOSaix. Its a free one, but it was a headache as it kept crashing due to some of the images. Finding the offending buggers in the image database was a real headache.



    It...
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    Re: Finally I'm famous

    Thank you all.

    This morning I was still convinced it was a daft idea, but it seems to have come off. Even made the morning edition of the local paper.
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    Finally I'm famous

    My wife works for a foremost charity in East Belfast and a couple of weeks ago they contacted me to see could I produce something for them to present to Mary McAleese, the Irish President on the...
  7. Re: Lens lust and camera cravings - confess your sins!

    i'm good with what i've got.

    What would I really like to add?

    2 nikon speedlights sb900
    pocket wizard wireless triggers

    Oh and a nikon 70-200 f2.8 VRII with a 1.4 teleconverter

    Ah well,...
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    some more from the back garden

    Seeing as I have to run the wifey round back and forth to the hospital, I have not been able to take full advantage of the beautiful scenery all around me this year. However, there is always the back...
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    Re: Harrier Farewell - 15th December 2010

    Great pictures. Shame that thay have to go. I would like to think in a few years someone might finally see the folly of all of this, but sadly I don't think anyone will ever admit the mistake.
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    Re: Today's Sunset from the back garden

    Steve,

    Sadly, that's a crap view, unless you count the other houses on the street.
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    Today's Sunset from the back garden

    I really need to get a life, don't I

    http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f320/colinmet/Sunset08-12-101of1.jpg
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    Re: Too good to not share

    Nikon d7000 with 50mm f1.8
  13. Re: A rush to catch the Sunset this afternoon

    Superb. Love them.
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    Re: Too good to not share

    THanks everyone. The shot from this evening had its merits too, but haven't got it off the camera yet. Maybe later!
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    Too good to not share

    I had finished taking shots of the sunset, went inside and defrosted, glanced outside and has to run out in a t-shirt to grab this. You can travel the world, but sometimes the most stunning things...
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    Too nice a day to stay indoors.........

    .....even if it was -6 in the local park.

    But hey, any excuse to use a new 50mm lens.

    http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f320/colinmet/50mm8of36.jpg
    ...
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    Re: Let it snow, Let it snow

    I didn't take any filters with me, I wish I had. In extreme cases I used the ND featuer in lightroom to bring a touch of detail back to the sky, but otherwise, just a contrast boost and a little fill...
  18. Re: I've been at my Owls again! (Oh, and a Robin!)

    Superb,

    What camera are you using? I wish iso2500 looked like that on mine. However, that's life I suppose.

    C
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    Re: Winter trees and shrubs..

    Agreed, the second is quite something else!
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    Let it snow, Let it snow

    In a fit of madness I tried to drive my passat up the side of Slemish this morning. Eventually I realised my folly, reversed the car out of a snowbank and settled for some shots from around the base...
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    Re: Short zoom for Nikon

    Absolutely love this lens. It spends all of its time on my camera unless I really need a long zoom. I intend to get the d7000 this week and the 24-70 for it, so we'll see just how good the older...
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    Re: Who shoots in RAW mode?

    Nothing but raw, unless I'm SURE i can get it close enough to be happy and don't have the time to process images when I am done. Then again I am one of these sad gits who can go back to an image...
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    Re: Watch photos - bounce diffuser

    Particularly like the first 2. Nice work!
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    Re: A nice wee day out!

    I was using a Nikon d5000, with the 18-70mm dx lens. The camera has been adjusted to use
    high active d lighting
    contrast boost
    slight colour boost
    vivid rendering
    Raw, so I could tweak the...
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    A nice wee day out!

    In between all the trips to hospital with the wife and the other day to day stuff, I managed to get a nice day away with some colleagues this past Sunday. We had a day planned to call round a few...
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