My first image post...

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by SSP, Jan 21, 2005.

  1. SSP

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    These were taken a vouple of years ago when I was getting in to photography. Sorry about the less than perfect quality, using works scanner/computer :D

    The first one was taken on a mountian bike weekend in north wales...in january....it was cold and rained lots! Olympus Mu2 with Ilford Delta1600.

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    This one was taken while I was in Colorado back in 2001. The town down below is Leadville, the highest town in the US at 10,500ft....the air was pretty thin! The Mu2 again with colour film (no idea what!)

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    I will dig out some of my more recent photos over the weekend.

    Alex
     
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    i like #2, nice shots.
     
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    Nice shots. Where abouts in the West Midlands are you?
     
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    love the first one, the people really add a lot
     
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    I like the first one alot. Looks really cool with those to mountain bikers. You should post that pic on the MountainBike.com forum.
     
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    Thanks for the comments :D I have both of these as 12x8" on the wall of my flat, but I think the b+w one would look great 30x20 and mounted on a thick MDF backing....it would be grainy as hell but I think that really adds to that sort of picture (that day the rain was so hard we ended up driving down the motorway at 20mph because we could not see anything!) Might give Colab a call :mrgreen:

    FoN: I am living near Coventry and work in central Birmingham, but I am origionally from the Cotswolds.

    Alex
     
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    LoveLoveLove the first one. I think the grainyness adds to it. :thumbup:
     

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