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Old Mar 26, 2006, 6:11 PM   #1
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the pictures are the Grounds at Chatsworth House, the house its self, the yorkshire moores and some boats at whitby.

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The House (pano shot)


This pic was taken throught a window in Chatsworth house its self looking onto the grounds.


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a huge stone foot in the house!


the yorkshire moores, maybe not that good


afew boats at whitby





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Old Mar 26, 2006, 6:23 PM   #2
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Some nice pictures you posted here. My question is, how did you manage to add all this photos to the same topic w/o having to reply to it to include subsequent shots?
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Old Mar 26, 2006, 6:36 PM   #3
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hi, i hosted them on the free webspace i got with my ISP then you just use the bbcode image tags [ img] url goes here .jpg [ /img]

obviously you do not have any of the spaces inbetween the [img etc

if you do not have any webspace i think you can do something simular with imageshack, ive never used it but i think its free to use. click me
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Old Mar 26, 2006, 6:50 PM   #4
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Thanks for the explanation and for the link. I'll check it out!
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Old Mar 26, 2006, 7:55 PM   #5
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Does anyone else think the picture with the stepping waterfall would look very interesting if the shutter were left open for a longer duration of time?
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Old Mar 28, 2006, 12:07 PM   #6
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Nice series of photos. Lovely place.

I like Justin's suggestion about getting a smoother flowing effect on the stepping waterfall. I think that would look very nice.
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Old Mar 28, 2006, 2:23 PM   #7
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Justin Hancock wrote:
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Does anyone else think the picture with the stepping waterfall would look very interesting if the shutter were left open for a longer duration of time?

yup was thinking exactly the same :-)
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Old Mar 28, 2006, 3:25 PM   #8
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Nice collection of pictures. Makes me wanna pack my stuff and move there. Some of the pics was out of focus, probably from camera shake, but the place seems like a great place for taking pictures, lots of different shades of green and other colors on the trees. We don't see these types of pictures here, so this is quite a change. Thanks for sharing them!

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Interesting series of photos... I have been to some similar places in UK.

It does seem that a few of the photos are out of focus a bit (or in need of some post processing sharpening). Also I do feel that a number of them are not taken level (there is tilt either down to the left or right). I seem to have a fairly accurate eye for that... sometimes I do the same mistake myself. Also the first photo (the panorama) made the very middle decoration thing on the roof somewhat blurred (I guess the "joining part"). Couldn't you clone that from one of the other decoration pieces?)

Also perhaps clone out that "beware slippery grass" sign.... it is somewhat distracting (and reminds me of the humourous British "put a sign up for everything" culture! :-)

Sorry to sound critical, you have some nice photos here. Just trying to help improve them. I like the last 2 best, captures what I imagined of Whitby so well (some of my friends had been there and talked so much about it... but I never got there!)

Thanks for sharing.

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I agree with the abovementioned critics and plus suggest turning off multipoint autofocus feature of your camera for shots such as the Venus one, which appears beautiful in a natural setting. In fact, such an occasion of seeing her naked, without her consent, would turn any immortal into stone. So we're lucky guys!
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