I can't fault it. What a good pic. You have done really well with this photograph. Did you use a fast film or tripod.
For your outdoor stuff 2 rolls of Velvia and a tripod. ISO 50 for quality
Me to, so easy use the name I've had all my life. Don't tell me thats weird? I added the number because there were many. I use the same user name...
That's a cracking portrait good composition and use of DOF is spot on.
No I can't see a church. soething wrong with the link
Can't help with school, but once you know how to control the camera, shoot some film and then shoot some more. Best of luck
I think the 1st fashion photo, is your strongets image of this set. but please get rid of the dust. I like the cemetry but not as much as the...
Yesterday was my first day on The Photo Forum. Yesterday I didn't know a thing about uploading. Snapfish works for me. Yesterday I didn't know...
Well I live in Lancashire UK, today is hot sunny I have just come out of the dark room. Had to give in to sticky for chemicals may try a little...
Wow great reflections I like this type of shot. I have taken similar but in Scotland, where the light is much as you have depicted here. Keep...
Thanks all for your kind words, yes Darren it is Rawtenstall near to Haslingden Lancashire
Thanks for your comments and yes the churns are just for show
Yes the station is in use, but it is run by a bunch of railway enthusiasts and most of the time runs steam engines. You can travel a few miles in...
Another from the bygone age of steam. :)
I can nearly hear the band, what about some technics. Is it digital or good old fashioned get your hands wet, any way it is a good image.
Thank for your comments Probaly about 3.00 PM I have used Kodak E100VS transperancy at 120 in a Bronica. No filters No mucking about in PS
Yes I like this dosn't matter what you cropped, you cropped it an it works nice one! 8)
Im so chuffed T had to post another.
Lunch first then lets go for it
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