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by Paul Heester
Thu 19 Sep 2019, 12:51
Forum: Photo Sharing
Topic: BRICKFIELDS MEADOW DOORSTOP GREEN
Replies: 10
Views: 173

Re: BRICKFIELDS MEADOW DOORSTOP GREEN

davidb wrote:It's Mitcham Common!


I too went to Mitcham Common around a month ago and found similar conditions. Our local wildlife expert Bett says the best time is probably May-July, so will hope to re-visit next year.
by Paul Heester
Wed 14 Aug 2019, 08:50
Forum: Outings & Events
Topic: Skye 2020
Replies: 11
Views: 1310

Re: Skye 2020

Thought I would re-visit this post and suggest a rough date for next year. How about Jan/Feb? This would avoid the midges and is also sociable for sunrise (around 08:45) & sunset times (around 16:30). I appreciate it would be a very cold time of the year but given Skye's location and general wea...
by Paul Heester
Wed 05 Jun 2019, 12:54
Forum: Outings & Events
Topic: Master of Photography 2019
Replies: 34
Views: 2019

Re: Master of Photography 2019

Have watched the previous 3 series because I thought I would get someone out of it but it always felt a bit of a pointless exercise. Having read these comments I will decline this series and suspect I wont be worse of for it. Having a "master of photography" is pointless really as no one i...
by Paul Heester
Thu 23 May 2019, 12:34
Forum: Image Critique
Topic: Pebbles, sea & sky
Replies: 3
Views: 358

Re: Pebbles, sea & sky

Thanks for the critique. Im thinking I may remove the belongings (think it was a pushchair and dog as well) and maybe leave the man on his own? The whole negative space was what originally attracted me but feel a human element is still needed for scale. I think it might be that you have two pictures...
by Paul Heester
Thu 23 May 2019, 12:18
Forum: Image Critique
Topic: Staircase
Replies: 4
Views: 721

Re: Staircase

Thanks for the comments Peter. I had originally darkened the whole of the sign and gangway but felt the person was walking into a black hole! But agree just removing the sign would help. The right staircase is practically blown out as well which unbalances the shot somewhat. It was processed using S...
by Paul Heester
Wed 22 May 2019, 10:13
Forum: Image Critique
Topic: Staircase
Replies: 4
Views: 721

Staircase

Recent shot but once again not sure if its got the interest for the viewer. I did stay around for a while waiting for people to walk up and down and having a single person seemed the best option.

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by Paul Heester
Wed 22 May 2019, 10:02
Forum: Image Critique
Topic: A Cats Dream
Replies: 1
Views: 244

A Cats Dream

Experimented with one of the kids toys. Personally I think its a bit of a marmite shot and have a judges voice in my head struggling to understand it :o

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by Paul Heester
Wed 22 May 2019, 09:58
Forum: Image Critique
Topic: Pebbles, sea & sky
Replies: 3
Views: 358

Pebbles, sea & sky

Took this image 2 years ago and Im still not sure if I like it! Was a grab shot on my phone, not sure if its competition worthy, what is everyone's thoughts?

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by Paul Heester
Mon 01 Apr 2019, 17:35
Forum: Outings & Events
Topic: Skye 2020
Replies: 11
Views: 1310

Re: Skye 2020

As a previous visitor to Skye I can highly recommend a visit. Its a very dramatic island for photography and the conditions change very quickly. We spent a few days touring around and sleeping in a campervan. Our camp site was quite exposed near a loch and the owner secured the campervan with chains...
by Paul Heester
Mon 01 Apr 2019, 14:54
Forum: General
Topic: 120 Fenchurch St - A free elevated view of London
Replies: 4
Views: 466

Re: 120 Fenchurch St - A free elevated view of London

Iggy wrote:Is there a booking system?

Nope just turn up and put your bag through a scanner, walk through an arch and then you're guided to the lift.

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