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Landscape In Focus 1.0.0

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Being a wildlife photographer, I spend many hours in hides and some of these not very productively. During recent wildlife photography trips, I have been taking images of the landscape around where I photograph the wildlife and have tried to make a slideshow of what I see on my visits. Never having made a slideshow before, I have relied on a lot of help from members on the forum, a really big thank you to all who helped. So if you can spare a little over three minutes of your time, please take a look.

Most of the images are in my local area of the Derbyshire Peak District.

YouTube always seems to compress videos so I apologise if some of the images are not as sharp as I would have liked.

 




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Very nice Mike.  Music worked well. Nice photos, but if I had my druthers I would prefer to not have your watermark on every one. (The backgrounds sometimes had a cutoff watermark that was distracting even more).

The watermark, being the brightest thing in the image, plus being text, draws the eye away from the beautiful subjects well photographed.

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Hello Jim, thanks for your comments, really appreciated. When I started out on the slideshow I just took the images from a gallery on my PC and dived straight in. As I learn more about PicturesToExe, slideshows and, taking on board your advice, I will use new images without watermarks.

Thanks again for all the help.

Regards
Mike

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