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Week 6; 7 May - 11 May
Topic Started: May 7 2012, 08:32 AM (2,023 Views)
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Hopefully my photos have reached Harry? Dry but bitterly cold today . Lots of nice features appearing. Cutting down into the Severan ditch tomorrow if the weather holds?
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The weather is fairly bad outside the window here at Once Brewed, in fact I'm using a waste bin as I have a water feature appearing through the roof so may have to bail out the room. Just as the trench was looking interesting.
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Wind & rain continues to beat on the window, not looking good. Good gang of diggers this week made more than made up for the lost time.
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Great lecture from Andy this morning and a sunny (ish) afternoon, a new area for Harry to add.
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Shooting in portate mode at a low angle or macro would achieve the look or shooting at f4 or lower on manual focus. Alot of programmes will have a tilt shift of centre focus mode, I have one on my iPad for post shot photos. Brinno may have other options?
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