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  1. In and around Birmingham.zip

    In and around Birmingham is a series of time-lapse sequences filmed over a period of four days and evening in the city of Birmingham UK. The video file have been assembled and titled in PTE.

    Thoughts and comments are welcome

    239 downloads

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  2. Jazz Dumoustier Stompers

    On 11 July 2009, at the very same venue where they held their first concert in Montauban in 1989,
    the Dumoustier Stompers gave their audience a dream performance représenting the culmination of twenty years of music, adventure, heated rants and friendship...

    264 downloads

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  3. The Fire Trail

    This is the second (very short) slide show to enable me to show some of the earliest Infra-Red images I have taken with a Canon 5D Mk2 camera converted to shoot Infra-Red.

    This is one of the most interesting and stimulating photographic projects I have had for a long time. Both from a taking point of view and also the manipulating of infra-red images. However, I am well aware that with audio visual we can sometimes get so wrapped up in our own projects that we fail to see that we are boring the pants off of everyone else but ourselves.

    I hope not

    357 downloads

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  4. Namasté

    A travel in solukhumbu (Nepal)

    912 downloads

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  5. Nepal: Rites and offerings

    Rites and offerings in Bakhtapur (Nepal)

    244 downloads

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    1 comment

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  6. Patagonia

    From Usuhaïa (airport) to Perito Moreno (Glacier), some pictures of my trip across Patagonia (south of Argentina).

    425 downloads

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  7. DreamOrReality

    10 000 years ago, the Sahara was a lively savannha.
    So are many deserted places, still inhabited by the ghosts of the past...

    231 downloads

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  8. Halcyon Hall

    An old hotel, became a girls college and than abandoned.

    298 downloads

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  9. Quebradas (North-west of Argentina)

    In the north-west of Argentina, "the diversity of rock formations, mountain landscapes and rock colors is beyond words can describe" (TripAdvisor review). A slideshow may give you an idea of this region of Argentina.
    1920x1080 38 slides 5'47"

    401 downloads

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  10. Rocky Mountain Kids

    Colorado is a very high altitude state. It has the highest average altitude of any state in the USA with 637 mountain peaks over 13,000 feet and 53 over 14,000 feet elevation. On these high mountain peaks are some amazingly hardy animals including Rocky Mountain Goats, Pika (a tiny cousin of the rabbit) Marmots, a variety of birds, etc. There are also fragile wild flowers, moss and other vegetations. In the winter the snows are deep, over 20 feet, with sub zero freezing temperatures and extreme winds so the burrowing wildlife hibernates while the goats seek lower elevations to spend the winter months. Mount Evans is 14,268 feet in elevation and every year after the goat nannies (also regionally sometimes called ewes or does) have their young called kids at about 10,000 feet elevation. When they are strong enough, the nannies bring them to the high summits to enjoy munching on the fragile vegetation above the altitude range of most predation.

    I've climbed every year to the tops of a number of these peaks to photograph the wildlife. As I've gotten older and less able to climb, I spend more time on Mount Evans which actually is accessible by paved road to over 14,100 feet. Long focal length telephoto lets me get up close to these wonderful creatures. This show was made with beta 18 of PTE 6.0 several years back, but I thought it might be of interest

    Press the space bar to stop and start the show if you have problems reading the scrolling text. About 79 meg download for PC and native MacIntosh executables...

    299 downloads

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  11. BERNINA EXPRESS

    The Bernina Line was built between 1908-1910 and in 2008 was classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in recognition of the incredible engineering and beauty the line offers, with inclines of up to 7%, being one of the steepest adhesion railways in the world.

    Today the Bernina Line is part of the Rhaetian Railway network with the Bernina Express running daily throughout the year, via the Bernina Pass.

    347 downloads

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    2 comments

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  12. The Farne Islands

    A documentary with pictures taken on two trips to the Farne Islands. The commentary was read by our local community warden and was the first time she had done this for me. It lasts about ten miutes and is about 70mb in size.

    258 downloads

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  13. Sultanate of Oman: a fjord

    In the north of the Sultanate of Oman, near the Strait of Hormuz, a fjord !
    Some photos taken from a dhow (traditional boat)

    32 slides 1920x1080 4"30'
    Thanks, Lin, for the water effect tutorials.
    Denis

    259 downloads

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  14. Living in a township

    Namibia has a few big cities but many townships. Life is there very simple and people struggle to survive with the few things they have. I try to give an impression of the way of life of the Namibian people living there.

    350 downloads

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  15. AUTUMN IN THE HIGHLANDS

    The last week of October this year in the far North-West of Scotland proved to be extremely wet and windy. However, there were occasional breaks in the clouds...


    Resolution: 1920x1200

    354 downloads

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  16. 11th Hour -11th Day -11th Month

    This is a brief summary of our trip to be at the Menin Gate at 11-11-11 2014.

    202 downloads

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    3 comments

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  17. Namibia

    Namibia is among the prime destinations in Africa. The most visited places include Fish River Canyon, Namib-Naukluft NP, Etosha NP, the Caprivi Strip and some coastal towns as Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and Lüderitz.

    314 downloads

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    1 comment

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  18. The Namib-Naukluft NP

    The Namib-Naukluft NP is a part of the Namib Desert (considered the world's oldest desert). Dune 45, Sossusvlei and Deadvlei are among the most visited attractions in Namibia.

    360 downloads

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  19. Living in Southern Africa

    Poverty in Southern Africa is predominantly rural. It has its roots in the colonial system. The rural population is poorly organized and often isolated, beyond the reach of social safety nets and poverty programmes.

    287 downloads

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  20. Corsica, a mountain in the sea.

    Corsica (Corse in french) is called the island of beauty. It is truly a mountain in the sea.

    374 downloads

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  21. Montenegran Countryside

    Some images from our trip to Montenegro in September 2014

    183 downloads

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  22. Look at what happens when I'm not there

    I don't know it just happened

    240 downloads

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  23. Echoes of Silence

    Photo's made of the mudflats of Flakkee at the Grevelingenmeer, south of Goeree Overflakkee in the Netherlands.

    236 downloads

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  24. London Calling

    I have had the idea for this slide show for some time, but a recent visit to the UK allowed me to shoot the images. They required Monochrome conversion with strategic colour. They also needed to be aligned just as they would be if shot from a Tripod, but these were not. All hand held, so align techniques were required to make them line up for the audio visual

    A MasterClass tutorial is available for those interested HERE

    Winner of the 2015 Photographic Society of Queensland Salon of Exellence AV section

    396 downloads

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  25. Iceland

    Iceland is now at V4, (Scotland was at V8 by the time it reached the Northern Ireland AV Festival in 2014 to win a PAGB Silver Medal. The judge offered some advice which I have taken this on board and I can now have the final version, for you to see. I'll post it in a new topic).

    I have been showing 'Iceland' and 'Scotland' at the end of a talk I am doing on the club circuit, on 'Ten Top Things To Improve Your Photography' - by way of illustrating the points on composition. I now bring my own surround sound speakers (5) and huge sub woofer. The Iceland soundtrack, deep bass and high trebles, knocks their socks off! The feedback is often simply 'WOW', which is of course very nice to hear but doesn't really help. I have quietened down two sections, which some folk thought was too loud. Still work in progress...

    All feedback, as always, is most welcome. I promise to take it on the chin and not get upset!

    288 downloads

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