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Old Nov 30, 2006, 2:42 PM   #1
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me and my wife just spent a few days away from it all in berwick upon tweed, which is near Edingburgh, lovely coastline with castles and big sandy beaches, this is the first pic..........got more to show when i have time to edit them all

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Hi Gary ....

I do look forward to more.

There's a kind of happy wildnessI canfeel inside when I look at this ... there is the good stuff that people can make and do ... blanketed by that raw sky ... Oh yes

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Old Dec 1, 2006, 3:03 PM   #3
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Thanks glyn..........will post another 2 in a new thread........am working on some panoramics i took at moment.......got some decent images outta the 400 ish what i shot......:-)

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Old Dec 1, 2006, 3:20 PM   #4
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actualy here are 2 more night shots




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I really like the first shot. What white balance setting did you use, as there seems to be a yellow cast from the streetlights, it may have been worth taking the shots using the tungsten setting. IMO doesn't matter that much as still great shots :-)
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Wow Gary that first one is amazing, I'd love to see that printed up really large

Oh and the others are good too :-)

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Old Dec 2, 2006, 3:30 PM   #7
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Longside1, i used the auto white ballance......never got to try different settings, i like the warm glow thats given of by the lights......the second shot with christmas lights up feels christmassy even though no snow, next time i get out at night with the camera ill try different white ballance shots

john, is very possible that ill blow that first shot up to 30x20 inch, to send to guest house where we stayed.....good publicity :-) for me when its on the wall
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Hi

Glad I checked back in this thread ...

Another two ... I especially like the the last one.
Sending a blow-up to the guest house .. yes that sounds a very good idea.

Thanks again.

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Glad I checked back in this thread ...

Another two ... I especially like the the last one.
Sending a blow-up to the guest house .. yes that sounds a very good idea.

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