Posted 30 March 2004 - 12:46 PM
Here's a few to start off, based locally around Cheltenham.
1. Leckhampton Hill. Wide and high, open view of Cheltenham and surrounding countryside.
2. Cleeve Hill. Same scenery but from opposite side of Cheltenham, facing Leckhampton Hill.
3.Gloucester Cathedral. £2 to shoot as much as you like, lots of interesting items. Some scenes of Harry Potter shot here.
Oh, and hello to all the other forum users. This is my first post. I should provide links to a few pics but havent got round to uploading yet. perhaps later.
Posted 30 March 2004 - 01:33 PM
Here are my top 3 locations:
1. The City district, London, at the weekend.
Fascinating architecture, modern and old, with no people around to get in the way!
2. Covent Garden, London.
Lots of opportunities for candid photography.
3. Trafalgar Square, London.
A lot of events start, stop or pass through here.
BTW, if you register as a member you get 5Mb of free Galllery space to post your photos
Posted 22 April 2004 - 05:30 PM
My wife comes from Scotland and have found down by the River Clyde great.
I also got some nice ones down the Thames on a riverboat 2 weekends ago.
Anything in Greenwich park is good.
I'm waiting for Xmas now as my Fuji S2800Zoom is starting to show it's age/pixels any suggestions for something similar Zoomwise but higher Mp? I quite like the S20 or S7000...
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Posted 22 April 2004 - 05:49 PM
I think I'm more after rich colours (with 6xOptical Zoom+) which so far Fuji have pleased me with although could do better. Are there any other makes/models in the £500 bracket that you have tried that are worth entertaining.
As another quick(ish) question is there a guide as to what MP resolution would give photo quality at what ever size (ie: 2MP upto 7x4...)?
P.S> I wuld love to get an upgrade now but the wife will not hear of it, that's why I'm making her pay for it (it'll serve her right, I'll probably want the S2 Pro by then)!
Posted 15 May 2004 - 05:20 PM
A few weeks ago I travelled down to London and drove past Kings Cross/St Pancras station - wow the architecture absolutely blew me away! I'm dying to get down there with my camera to get in a bit of street photography. I must admit that I love London with all it's diversity - I only wish that I could get down there more often than I do!
Posted 16 May 2004 - 01:12 PM
"New Yorkers like to think that their city is the center of the universe, and after spending some time there, I am not so sure they are wrong."
Bob Krist from Spirit of Place
Now you know where I am inspired.
Posted 20 May 2004 - 08:51 AM
Catcha -- Ray Dunbar
the Dunbars of Taupo.
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