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    • CommentAuthorroadscum
    • CommentTimeAug 14th 2011
    @ joncarpenter: Langstone Harbour does it for me, one of those 'Ching!' moments.

    Me? It's been a busy week.


    Black and white


    The smouldering wreckage


    The shunter packs a punch
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    @Jon Carpenter: I've said that I love your photos before, right? Because I love your photos. Have you ever considered selling prints of them? Because I'd be mighty tempted to buy one.
    • CommentTimeAug 14th 2011
    possibly the best thing from the whole summer, even with the crappy focus:

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    Digging holes. Hell yeah!
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    @ Trini
    @Jon Carpenter: I've said that I love your photos before, right? Because I love your photos. Have you ever considered selling prints of them? Because I'd be mighty tempted to buy one

    Thank you, that's very kind! I've considered it, and it's something I'd really like to do at some stage (I do think there is saleable work there somewhere), just constrained by time and mechanics. I also don't have a working printer (two that don't work though...) so would need to form a relationship with a lab.

    Keep meaning to look more seriously at it.

    @William George - that's great - what are they digging for?
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    My first theory is that it's an archaeological dig of some sort.

    My second is that they're looking for pirate gold.
    • CommentTimeAug 16th 2011
    wrapped in plastic
    • CommentTimeAug 16th 2011
    I should be out taking pictures but instead I'm sitting in front of the pc playing with old ones. To get close enough to my wife's eye I held a lupe up to the lens.

    • CommentAuthorBankara
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    @joanneleah, holy goddam! That is amazing, I am on my way to the hardware store to buy dropcloths!

    Also, Jon Carpenter, I second the motion for a print run. I have said it before but seriously make yourself some beer money, man!
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    iPhone shot, from a collection I started called Urban details.

    The laundry day of a giant spider.

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    Why Watson isn't allowed outside without supervision.

    eagle 4

    eagle 1
    • CommentAuthorHenchbot
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    fresh honey, one day out of the comb. (freezer jam on left)

    fresh honey and freezer jamz
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    These are the molds from an old condom/balloon factory

    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    I took a mask that my cousin had made out to play yesterday

    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    One of the out of doors sculptures at the Mill Pond Gallery

    • CommentAuthorStefanJ
    • CommentTimeAug 21st 2011
    Jamaica, Long Island:
    Babylon, Mon!
    It seems appropriate that there is a train to Babylon, Mon!

    Dessert at the CIA:
    Desserts of the CIA
    Culinary Institute of America, that is. This insanely polished little cake was very tasty.
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2011
    This is going to sound kind of stupid, but I have a question regarding RAW photo editing.

    Now, I'm usually capable of doing some of this in Lightroom, but I'd like to get more in to Photoshop. My camera shoots in NEF, which it calls RAW and Photoshop CS4 won't open it because it doesn't recognize the file type. So the question do I edit these shots in photoshop?
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    What version is your RAW Plugin? Google says Camera Raw 5.1 and up are supposed to have NEF support (looks like the most recent version is 6.4.1).
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    I shoot in NEF and have CS3 which works fine - surprised you're having a problem with CS4.

    Actually, I'm not, as Adobe are evil bastards and conspire eternally to screw things up, but it ought to be able to work with NEF no problem, especially if it works with Lightroom?
    • CommentTimeAug 23rd 2011
    I think David may have hit it on the head with the RAW plugin. If it explains anything, my copy of CS4 isn't exactly, uh, paid for.