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Hey all. My father in law is a real motorbike enthusiast and has asked me to try and do a wee bit of editing on a photo for him. I gave it a shot but my photoshop skills are just not up to it. If anyone can help it would be much appreciated.
Basically he is looking at getting the double...
Just thought I would share some of the dogs that give me and my family a lot of joy.
First is my dog Kyuss
then my wife's dog Fern
the farm dog Nell
and then we have Daisy
who belong to my Father in law.
The weather really couldn't make up it's mind and it seemed that every time we ventured out it would rain, only for the sun to come back out as we hid in the visitor centre. Had the pleasure of getting some good pics of some birds that I didn't have so far and also a first for me seeing a...
Thanks for the comments and apologies for not labelling the species. I really should remember to do this in future.
#1 Song Thrush
#4 Blue Tit
#5 Blue Tit
#6 Blue Tit
#7 Blue Tit
#9 Coal Tit
On Sunday I am going to the soon to be Father in laws to take pictures of his bike. He's starting his own business doing restorations/customisations etc and wants me to take some photos of the details of his bike. Anyone give any tips as to how best to do this. Aperture settings etc..
Had a nice day at the RSPB reserve yesterday. Started off reasonably bright but found myself having to crank up the ISO as the day went on as it got very cloudy.
Hope you enjoy all the little guys.
First of all the Fieldfares are still here.
Having a little stretch
It was indeed Lochwinnoch. It was freezing and after we attempted to walk the paths the guy at the visitor centre shut the paths as they were far too slippy. The whole Loch was frozen over and there was very little in the way of water birds.
Spent most of the week trying out my new D300S. Took a wee trip to the local RSPB nature reserve and came back with these shots. Found conditions challenging. Was very dull. Might need to bump up the ISO next time.
Finally got my hands on a D300S and took it out today for the first time. Despite it being barely freezing temperatures (I couldn't feel my fingers), I am pretty pleased with my first attempts at using the 3d tracking function on the camera.
Anybody got any tips then I would be interested...
Thanks to all who helped. I totally forgot to try and download the latest NEF drivers and it now works a treat.
Windows Photo Gallery can indeed show RAW files you just have to install the NEF Codec from Nikon. I have been using it for years.