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    A couple from going back home a few weeks ago. Birthday dinner and drinks with the friends!



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    Hello All,

    I enjoyed the simplicity of the 'film grain' mode - at the Great Western Railways Steam Train Museum in Swindon.

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    ...and some tableaux at the GWR train museum.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
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    Hello All,

    More grains of sand than pixels
    A few detail shots from an exquisitely crafted display of sand sculptures at Weston-Super-Mare.
    Shot as dynamic b/w jpegs and tinkered with and coloured using iPhoto.

    Cheers,
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    Hello All,
    3 shots from Weston-Super-Mare.
    Jpegs with iPhoto.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Looks nice there Gandolfi, yesterday the news showed it wet and the local hoteliers not pleased with the met office.

    Lovely B/W shots.

    Derek.

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    Cheers, Derek,
    Seems like I was at the seaside on one of the few sunny days during July, last Saturday.
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    Lovely work here Gandolfi. I like the fact that you are using jpgs and iPhoto to make such beautiful images.

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    Thanks Will,

    I find my LX3 gives me lovely b/w jpegs and iPhoto is usually perfectly adequate for my humble needs.

    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.

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    Taken during the Kelby Photo Walk, in Cape Town's V&A Waterfront.
    Portrait orientated, 16:9, 24mm frames, stitched in CS3.

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    Some street photography in Milan









    These are from my region








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    Great shots Paolo
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    Thanks!

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    Elderly Painted lady butterfly in "end of season" condition! Shot with my D-Lux-4 the LX-3 with a posh name!!
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    That is lovely, apparently they only live for around 6 weeks "quote from BBC unquote."

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    End of the day at the beach.
    Attachment 22620

    -Scott

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    I really like that one Meilicke
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    Thanks!

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    Thunder Mountain @ Disneyland

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    Those are some bright colors! My daughter could not stop grinning after that ride two years back.

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    Yeah it was really hot that weekend (first weekend in August) but I bump the colors up a little and added a semi-pseudo HDR effect to them in lightroom.
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    Hello All,

    Your very kind comments are much appreciated, Micek.
    Although I do sometimes miss those happy hours of contemplation underneath a dark cloth looking at a 10x8 ground glass screen, I find that I am now as enthused with the camera that I can put in my pocket.
    Practicalities now dictate that I probably will not use my old wooden camera again.
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    Hello All,

    I think I must have been hibernating in the Doldrums for a few months!!

    I've now changed styles and am shooting RAW colour.

    I processed these with iPhoto and was quite pleased to get these 'faux' HDR shots.

    What d'ya think? Should I go back to shooting b/w or should I buy A DP2?

    Haha.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
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    The top two look like oil paintings when viewed large smashing.
    Yes treat yourself to the beautiful DP2 with the faster AF it's good to-go.

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    Hello All,

    Derek, thanks- do you mean the new DP2s or the original DP2 with the updated software.

    4 from a walk in the country.

    RAW + iPhoto.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
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    The original DP2 with new software, save some cash to.

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    Hello All,

    Some more RAW with iPhoto pics.

    Derek- strange to say there is a used (fairly mint) DP2 with VF1 viewfinder in local camera shop for 369. May be able to take it out for a few days test drive, but am undecided. Still, nothing to lose I suppose. What do you think to that price.

    Cheers,

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    cheap as chips. give it ago even better if you can have a loan to try first.

    Derek.

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    Yes I thought it was cheap, but as I explained in my other post, have decided it's not for me. Thanks for your feedback, and keep up the good work with your DP2.

    Gandolfi.

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    Hello All,

    Entrance lobby and statue at the Roman Baths, Bath.

    p.s. Am having to play around so much these days as I have just given up smoking after 45 years and need things to keep me occupied!! 2 weeks so far.

    Cheers,

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    congrats, on quitting smoking. i had a friend dying of lung cancer who'd have them shut off the oxygen while he had a least one more. tough habit to break.

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    Everest Base Camp...


    D-lux4

    Best.

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    Hello All,

    Wayne- thanks- I'm not having to rely on will power alone. I'm being helped by our wonderful National Health Service, and am being prescribed a drug called 'Champix', which reduces the craving for nicotine. Seems to work, too.

    Rayyan- wonderful pic- I await your d-lux4 summit pictures with interest

    Here's a bridge.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
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    Gandolfi,
    with all the money you save you will be able to buy a Hasselblad....

    Seriously! Keep it up. I stopped 23 years ago ( 2to 3 packs a day or 1 pack of Old Holborn)
    After ten days of head banging, liquorice comfits and beer it snapped that I wasnt going to suffer it any more. I stopped after someone died in my house (yes) from the big one. A great guy he was too.
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    Gandolfi, thanks for your kind comments. Summit was never attempted.

    Regards.

    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
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    Rayyan- wonderful pic- I await your d-lux4 summit pictures with interest

    Here's a bridge.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.

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    Hello All,

    There is some nice 'proper' art upstairs at the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.

    Cheers,

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    Hello All,

    This one's for Paul.

    GWR 'Castle Class' 4-6-0 'Nunney Castle' No.5029.

    This afternoon on its way to Bristol.

    Cheers,

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    Thanks Gandolfi!
    Lovely shot , so much detail, colours and composition all is engrossing!
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    such lovely vibrant colours.

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    The wildflowers are all abloom here in Texas. Thought you might enjoy some of the colors from a local abandoned cemetery.














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    Beautiful captures, Michael.
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    very very nice.

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    Some recent LX3 extremes, one a macro, the other taken from inside our livingroom with the window framing a rather good sunset.

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    Hello All,

    Thanks Paul & Derek.

    Nice old cemetery flower pics, Michael- and liked your sunset, Hilton.

    Here 3 crazy blue pics from a day trip to Weymouth on the South Coast.

    Well, I have to do something with my time! Just passed 2,160,000 seconds with no smoke.

    Cheers,

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    Gandolfi,
    25 days gone- you should now be in a position to buy a really nice Manfrotto Tripod!

    I like the reflections in the third picture. Last time I went to Weymouth it didnt look like this.

    all the best

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    Paul,
    Weymouth didn't look much like this when I was there either!
    However there was a nice little notice in the fish and chip shop which said something like 'Only food purchased at the restaurant may be eaten at the tables (except babies)
    As I already have a couple of Manfrotto Tripods perhaps I should start saving for that nice little Ferrari bicycle that you photographed at Maranello!
    Cheers,
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    Thanks gandolfi,

    My that is some serious blue. Did they add a blue setting to the menu with the 2.1 firmware??? I must have missed it.
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    Hello All,

    Michael- haha- that serious blue filter is hidden away in the iPhoto sliders and is specifically for hopeless photographers who have to tart up their mundane images in order to get other people to look at them!!

    Here's a lovely tree taken this a.m. and I had to tart this one up in P/S Elements6 using solarise

    Unfortunately soon afterwards I was walking downhill on the local public golf course where I think they must have been watering the greens. Anyway I encountered a particularly boggy area and my right foot shot away in front of me, and I ended up on my backside and right elbow covered in mud. My lovely little LX3 had been in my right hand and ended up also very muddy and wet around the lens. Good news is it dried out and still works ok. Bad news is I now have a mud filter inside the lens.

    So, if anyone in U.K. has an LX3 gathering dust, please let me know.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
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    Please accept our sincere condolences! That is terrible news. But at least the price is coming down and they are available, think if that had happened last year.
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    Hello All,

    Michael, thank you for your sympathies. I took the camera to photo shop here in Bath today, and there is a small possibility that it might be repairable. Have to wait for maybe 14 days to find out.

    In the meantime here are a few pics taken not long before I managed to muddy the waters.

    All RAW and played with in iPhoto.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.
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