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  1. chromatin64

    The former textile capital of the World

    Bradford, West Yorkshire. Once immensely wealthy. Now unfortunately suffering from the economic decline although its demise predates that. Some lovely buildings around though. . . The splendidly Gothic Town Hall bradford town hall by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . And the old...
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    Back to my hometown (and the G2)

    I've mostly been absorbed with my Nikon gear recently but I thought I'd travel light back to my hometown of Swansea to see my folks and took the Panny G2 with the 14-45 and oly 9-18. . . G2-1000748 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . G2-1000753 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on...
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    Panny G2/oly 9-18/Photomatix

    bradford town hall by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr
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    How about some coffee?

    m43day-03 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr
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    Dead Daffs

    Panny G2 with an adapted LTM Voigtlander Snapshot Skopar 25/4. .
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    York Minster through a fisheye

    Panny G2 with a borrowed 8/3.5 fisheye. .
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    Taking my new G2 out for a spin around York

    All of these are SOOTC. Borrowed the 14/2.5 and 8/3.5 Fisheye off Wifey and stuck them on the front of the G2. . . . . . . .
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    Business opportunity

    A friend of mine hopes to start a business selling the invisible radio-controlled airplane he designed. But I told him I couldn't see it taking off.
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    Micro 4/3 What would you do?

    What would you do if you had some LTM, Canon FD & Minolta AF legacy lenses, a wife with a Panny GH2 and a bunch of lenses she hardly ever uses and some shekels burning a hole in your pocket? Shall I tell you what I did? I bought a Panny G2, that's what I did. :yahoo::whoo: I've already got...
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    Fuji Odd cloud formation

    dusk, you & me by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . dusk, you & me by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . A couple of the last batch of shots taken before I sold my X100 a few days ago.
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    Another Hotel

    another hotel by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . One of the last batch of shots taken with my X100 before I sold it last week.
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    Topaz - any good?

    So, today I shall be taking delivery of PS CS5 (I've always done my editing in LR and maybe PSE/Gimp occasionally). Elsewhere, I see you can get a discount on the Topaz suite of plug-ins through Scott Kelby's site. So is the suite any good? What does the panel think?
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    Fuji Nice while it lasted

    Ah well, I've sold the X100 to a mate. :frown: I'm using my DSLR gear more and more and while I'll miss the IQ and handling of the X100, I wasn't getting the use out of it to justify keeping it. Plus I just dropped a large chunk of moolah on a 70-200 VRII to hang off the front of my D700...
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    Fuji X100 in that there London

    #1 London skyline by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . #2 London skyline by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . #3 And this time by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . Comments and criticism welcome. Post processed in Lightroom with a [possibly...
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    New Fuji X Camera

    Has this been talked about yet? :eek: Fujifilm X-S1 key features • High quality Fujinon 26x optical zoom covering 24-624mm (35mm equivalent) with Intelligent Digital Zoom boosting range up to 1248mm :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: • Superb build quality and finish with rubberised coating...
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    Another terrible joke

    What's the ideal depth of a pond for a frog? Knee deep...
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    Yesterday's lesson

    Do not listen to Bill Hicks on your iPod on the train. Whimpering and crying with laughter are not a good look.
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    Fuji Nikon SB900 flash malarkey

    Oooh, look at this. I think I'll be giving this a go soon.
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    How much?

    Andreas Gursky's shot sells for 4.3m USD (2.7m GBP; 3.1m Euro). So, then. Four. Point. Three. Million. Dollars. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice snap. But four point three million dollars. Really?
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    Well, it's been a wee while

    Hello folks. I haven't been around for a while. Work has been getting in the way of me having fun. But wifey and I managed to get to Borneo and get to see some wildlife there. We went to the Tanjung Puting National Park and trekked around some of the trails and klotok'ed up and down the...
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    Fuji It does sports too

    X100-0255 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . X100-0221 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . X100-0250 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . . X100-0251 by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr . .
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    World-famous people from your hometown

    Ignoring sports stars, who are the truly talented World-famous people born in the same town as you? For me and my hometown, (amongst others) -- Dylan Thomas Catherine Zeta-Jones Spencer Davis Neddy Seagoon
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    My fetish

    My wife has left me because of my pasta touching fetish. I'm feeling cannelloni right now.
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    The Dalai Llama

    The Dalai Llama goes into a pizza parlour and asks, "Can you make me one with everything?"
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    Fuji Cable release

    I found an old cable release, when I was rummaging around in my old film camera kit box this morning. It fits the X-100! I'm regarding this as some sort of karma.
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    Fuji Now look what you've gone and done...

    ...with your fancy talking and top drawer images. The battery's charging as I type...
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    My new motto

    Occasionally we are touched by people we have never met. A colleague of a friend died last week. He was a greatly respected surgeon but a bit of a curmudgeon (aren't they all?). My mate went to the funeral and found out amongst other things that the guy spent his weekends making breakfast...
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    Sunday afternnons and beer

    It may be a British thing.
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    Question for the Brits

    If you're selling camera gear, what have you found to be the best way? eBay? Trade in? Camera fairs? Local newspaper ads? Sumfink else? Feel free to contribute if you're not a Brit but I'm particularly interested in how my fellow British do it.
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    Feedback Why can't I start a new thread...

    ...on the General Forum? Do I have to achieve a specific number of posts or sumfink?
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    Micro 4/3 Tweaking settings

    I was browsing the mu-43 forums and came across this thread on optimising/optimizing:wink: JPEG and WB settings for straight-out-of-the-camera images from Panny Lumix Gs. I hadn't realised/realized:wink: - and this surprised/surprized:wink: me because I am an unreconstructed fiddler - that...
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    Micro 4/3 I blame you lot

    A month or so ago, I bought a new Nikon D700 (quite possibly the last one off the production line for a wee while, judging by the discussion boards :biggrin:). Yesterday, we bought a new GH2 kit for my wife to use and I found this place after surfing a few Lumix G forums. It reminded me what a...
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    Feedback member links glitch

    Hi guys As suggested by BBW, I tried to put my flickr/flickriver stream in the Member Sites section. However, it coughs up an error, saying that the URL is already in the database. If I use my flickriver URL, it links to BBW's flickriver (even thought the URLs are different) and if I use...
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    Hi from York, UK

    Hi all I'm Russ, currently living in York in the UK. I mostly shoot with Nikon DSLRs but also have a Ricoh Caplio R6, a Panny LX3 and the ubiquitous phonecam (as well as a collection of film cameras). I like the wide range of discussions I can see on here and I'm looking forward to...
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