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I wish, Dave - its not quite pin sharp though. Damn my unsteady hands :(
 

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Love the seal shots, Caroline!

Here's a couple more taken from my local Parish church roof. The second is taken from the top of the spire, through a small hole. I couldn't see through the viewfinder, as the hole was a few feet above my head and I was already on the top of a ladder. Not one for vertigo sufferers! For your interest the spire dates from 1000AD.

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you been breaking and entering again george :lol: nice shots

Very nice seal pics from ceebee and saintlys 3d pop in the snow

one from out the car window when stuck in traffic and stopped

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while on the subject of B&W, is there any difference between shooting in B&W, and shooting in colour then desaturating it?
Something I have always wondered and whether it makes a difference,
they both look the same to me in the end so I am thinking not :!:
 

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Theres no difference to my knowledge but i've always looked as it as "you can take the colour out of a picture but you can't put it back in, so shoot in colour and convert afterwards" I'd be very interested if there actually was a difference!
 

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Dan Crawford said:
Theres no difference to my knowledge but i've always looked as it as "you can take the colour out of a picture but you can't put it back in, so shoot in colour and convert afterwards" I'd be very interested if there actually was a difference!

That is my way of thinking too,

but I have just found this mind boggling bit of info :crazy:

The colours of black & white Part 1
The colours of Black & white Part 2
 

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Ceebee - your photos are amazing! So lucky to see them too.

I've been working on Lincoln all week, didn't get much time for photos, back in Devon now, so will be venturing out in the snow boots tomorrow.

Heres few Lincs shots:






And this was near Aylesbury just before Christmas... was out for the evening with a gentlemen friend when this hit!!


And my mum took this of the 5 month old pup in Devon:
 

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George, really love the shot overlooking the graveyard!

Been out in garden this morning, back in Devon, took the pup's with me.







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Here are a couple taken during my walk in the country park today..............


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Roland picking up the scraps........


Ski landing runway right..........


Wey Hey.........can't stop :eek:
 

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Mark Webb said:
Thanks Mark, yes they are little stars.

here's a robin from today and a few other things......


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this is a still from a vid i did at rufford park. I put clumber park on the vid, but the wife corrected me :oops:

there's a few shots from the feeders that were out. again editing is dicey, but I'm still learning. also no sound.
 

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I'm loving logging in and seeing these photo's - there are some real stunners. Each time I visit, they bring a big smile to my face :clap:
 

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Heres a couple that I took whilst walking with the kids

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Took this one at about 6am on the way home from work on the first night it snowed, couldn't really see what I was doing so left it to the cameras' night setting balance on a gate post.

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