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:thumb dramatic shots nicely executed as usual Mikey

Although on a personal level I would like to see what your output would be shooting a single image in RAW with minimal editing and not running through whatever processing software application you always seem to use.

You always make a statement with the composition of your pics etc obviously with some thought involved (which is more than most do across the Forums it seems ?) And it shows. I just think you're doing yourself an injustice using the processing route you use ........ just my 2p lol

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:thumb dramatic shots nicely executed as usual Mikey

Although on a personal level I would like to see what your output would be shooting a single image in RAW with minimal editing and not running through whatever processing software application you always seem to use.

You always make a statement with the composition of your pics etc obviously with some thought involved (which is more than most do across the Forums it seems ?) And it shows. I just think you're doing yourself an injustice using the processing route you use ........ just my 2p lol

Thank you acid reflux.and thanks for your input.guess my shots are not to everyone's taste and I appreciate that.I like the old look so I guess that's why I do them like that.I am sure I can have a go with a single raw shot though.but I guess everyone is different ☺ but always willing to try something different

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Thank you acid reflux.and thanks for your input.guess my shots are not to everyone's taste and I appreciate that.I like the old look so I guess that's why I do them like that.I am sure I can have a go with a single raw shot though.but I guess everyone is different ☺ but always willing to try something different

Yeah we"re all different mate & i like to think we"re the normal ones.......mention no names :)

It wasn"t a criticism as i like your stuff (ask Chris :) i wonder if we can get you too "The RAW side" lol

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As the others said very sad story here, wouldn't mind seeing this one for myself, definitely got a vibe by the sounds of it, i like the places that you can stand in and just feel the things that have gone on there, good or bad, this definitely sounds like one of those places, lovely shots dude thanks for sharing.

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A great set and I love the sewing machine with the cobwebs. But a really very sad story.

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