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I never for once thought when I did my 1st 52 week project did I think I would be continuing so many years on!!
I'm glad you are starting to get out and about a Michael
Nice catch up particularly the drill
Lovely set of images Michael. It's good to have something to focus your mind on. Love the little blue tit. It looks as though it has its feathers all fluffed up - either that or it is one fat little bird!
Hi Michael, 3 very nice photos, a moody train shot, a very nice Blue Tit and a very nicely lit up tool.
Three good 'uns to kick off with. The drill is a corker!
Good that your getting out, loving the Blue Tit and Tools shots.
I've been waiting on your starting Michael and I'm never going to complain about a loco shot now am I And that's a good shot of a tug at work.
I would never have guessed at 8000iso looking at the shot
The birding shot has come out nicely sharp and adds colour to your thread
Your tool shot is almost omnious, there in the shadows. Driller Killer ?
Good stuff - I do like a train
As the saying goes, better late than never Michael, well done on you getting out and about and hope your health issues get better.
Love the drill shot by the way and a nice touch using a led torch for lighting
Great start Michael, and glad you're up and at 'em!
Local: Great, moody atmosphere and terrific lines - well captured, and the ISO is handled very well - well processed!
Pleasure: Now this is really terrific...great sharpness and the light is superb, well done indeed!
Tool: Very spooky and ominous...terrific! I love the mono processing and the spot lighting works so very well.
As Tim @LC2 said, reminds me of The Driller Killer!
Sorry to read that you're having a tough time, Michael, but great to see you back and posting. Good luck with completing your tenth (TENTH!) 52!
They are all really good images for the themes:
Local Interest is an excellent low light capture and you've balanced the highlights perfectly with the deep pools of darkness.
Pleasure is a real pleasure to look at with a colourful fluffy little bird and some lovely warm light.
Tools is the pick of the bunch - excellent exposure with a deep shadow, controlled highlights and almost 3D effect
Three great shots I really like the fluffed up blue tit. The drill shot does seem quite ominous
Loving the last Loco shot Michael, composition is bang on and just totally love it.
Oh wow! I very nearly went don there for that - fab S160s!
Can you sort that pinkish CA tinge to the tree? Lightroom will.
Discarded Well spotted, captured and processed Michael
Snappers choice, I agree with Dave there is a magenta tint to the tree,
No real big deal.
But I love the second one.
Discarded on theme, fly tipping really is a pain.
Love the loco pictures especially the single, would loved to have seen the 3 together.
Discarded is a good spot, and shows one of the big problems we suffer.
Snappers choice is lovely, both shots are great, the second being my favourite.
Discarded nice find for the theme Micheal I like the B&W conversion.
Snappers choice 2 great images 2nd one would be my choice to
Discarded - You do have to wonder sometimes don't you, how did that get there. Nice contrasty processing there.
Snappers - 3x S160s, blimey. I've only ever seen one, and that was at Minehead in the summer. I didn't know Churnet had 3 (or was it a gala?).
That triple header looks damn impressive, but I think I prefer #3 because of the extra detail.
Well found for discarded... you couldn't make it up.
Also prefer the second shot of the steam train.
Excellent for discarded - you really nailed that.
Nice take on Discarded and I like the framing and the processing. #2 of the train for me.
Discarded -good spot for the theme, such a shame.
Free week - lovely engines great choice
Discarded is very good. I think it has an "Andy Warhol" look about it. Shame as it is real and not a set up.
The train shots are good. I would choose the second, closer, more detail etc
Liking the drill shot for Tool. Great lighting and the mono works perfectly.
Discarded is good too in a random kind of way. It is a shame that it is there at all though.
Your second loco shot is wonderful. Lovely sharp detail and colour.