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CluelessGardener

David are you taking your tripod with you ??

also try some faded ND filters as they are really fun to use also sunglasses 

James

CluelessGardener

Challenge for you David see if you can capture stone skipping on water and see if you can get more than three skips in one photo It’s fun set you camera up on a tripod and use your timer

Good luck

James

David K

Ah, new tricks!

Any idea how I got this?


 Easy when you know how!

David K
CluelessGardener wrote (see)

on you bulb setting by any chance

 

No, it's real live petrol burning.

 

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David K

Winter wonderland:

http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c186/DavidKnapper/Winter%20Wonderland/DSCN0163.jpg

 

Netherfield

David,  love the autumn shot, if you had not said where, I would have thought somewhere up here in Yorkshire.

 

Nikki J

David....don't have a clue how you did the fire shot but absolutely love it.....there is something about watching fire!

A couple of shots I have taken today whist in the greenhouse with the wind howling and the rain lashing!  Taken with a Canon Ixus.


 


 


 

The potty gardener

Oh what fuchsias are they Nikki......more on my I want list.

I took some pics today but can't get to save them. My lovely new phone. I can get to see them on my laptop screen but not save then. Will find out later on I hope.

David K

Netherfield wrote (see)

David,  love the autumn shot, if you had not said where, I would have thought somewhere up here in Yorkshire.

 

I agree, Netherfield,,,,,we do have a lot of those stone built bridges around here and those bridges over the local Trent & Mersey Canal (albeit built of red brick) lend themselves to being photographed too.

I would just say that the one you refer to, has a concealed concrete bunker erected (rather like a bird hide) to oversee the bridge during WW1 (I think) it makes an excellent place to take a photo from.

 

fidgetbones

I have a lovely picture of one of the arched canal bridges but its a Tiff file, while all the later stuff are Jpegs. Do you know if you can convert Tiffs to Jpegs?

David K

More stunning pics from you Nikki....such detail.

I'm running out of adjectives to describe all these photos.

Nikki J
The potty gardener wrote (see)

Oh what fuchsias are they Nikki......more on my I want list.

Sorry Potty Gardener....i haven't a clue!  I am quite new to gardening and am infact 'plantsitting' these for my father-in-law!

If anyone can tell me what type they are I would be grateful!

 

 

Nikki J

opps....not sussed out how to attach a quote

fidgetbones, if you load the tiff version into whatever software you use for viewing / editing you should then be able to "Save as" and choose JPEG format.

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The potty gardener

Never mind Nikki- they are beautiful.

I've managed to suss how to get pics from phone to pc so here are my first attempts

http://i1300.photobucket.com/albums/ag97/Bev_Pounsett-Krynauw/0102-11-13_zps2bc2a6cb.jpg

 

http://i1300.photobucket.com/albums/ag97/Bev_Pounsett-Krynauw/0702-11-13_zps8f83faa9.jpg

 

fidgetbones

I just love macs. Export to desktop. what as , jpeg, done.


 

Nikki J

Nice pics Potty Gardener