Outfit: Superb estate + sterling europa 540 Location: aberdeenshire Joined: 11/3/2006
Posts: 1008 Site Reviews:21 Gallery Images:3
Seasons greetings to everyone here.
Sorry i've not been posting much recently, but I caught a cold in October [thankfully after a great week at Glenmore where i managed loads of walking and photography] and it has caused a flare up of my ME, so i'm back sleeping quite a bit.
Hope you've all had a good Christmas and here's to 2016.
------------- My photos allow you to see what I saw at the time that I took it....No messing.
Outfit: eldiss vogue whirlwind 1998 2 berth Location: flint north wales Joined: 15/5/2011
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sorry to hear that carol .galloping old age is my problem now ,i think my knee joints are going .but don't wanna go to docs in case i need a op which i wouldn't be happy with . heres one to brighten your days anyway branching out by jeff cohen, on Flickr
the photo above was processed using a mix of PS6 and nik-efex colour .i find it works really well but is quiet complex ,i have written myself out a instruction sheet to work from but i still make the odd mistake ,luckily with PS6 as the host its easy to backtrack
Outfit: 1980 Rapido Export - Citroen Xsara HDI Location: Near kettering Northamptonshire. Joined: 16/4/2007
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I haven't posted much myself & this isn't strictly a DSLR photo although I have over a 1000 images I have taken with a DSLR that I'm going through at the moment so I'll post the finished result when I've sorted them all. But for now here's a picture I took of the Mercury transit on Monday using a Lunt 35 Hydrogen Alpha solar telescope, ASI 120 MM camera with a 2X Barlow lens screwed onto the nose piece. This is probably my favourite image I've done of this as it really shows the scale of the two objects.