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  1. 4 points

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    New slideshow, leaving behind Autumn and entering Winter. Res: 1920x1200
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    A new slideshow and my last for this year. Photographs taken during the last three months of the year over the last few years. Res: 1920x1200.
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    Every year since 2010 I've done a show on the Edinburgh Tattoo. This year I thought I'd concentrate on the faces which make up the Fringe and the Tattoo. The soundtrack is ' Put on a Happy Face ' by Oscar Peterson.
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    Res: 1920:1200; 6m.15s. My annual end-October visit to the Scottish Highlands. Maureen
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    Relatively little snow in the Scottish Highlands this winter. However, a couple of recent short breaks yielded just enough images for this slideshow. Res: 1920x1200. 5m.15s.
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    The Yorkshire Dales National Park, an area of beautiful valleys (dales), hills and stone villages. The photographs in this presentation were taken mainly in the more westerly dales, which are the ones closer to my home. Keyboard control enabled. Maureen
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    One of two weeks in the Italian Lake District late last summer, this one based in Bellagio on Lake Como. Res: 1920x1200
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    Religion is important in northern Ethiopia.
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    A Story of the Malay population at Cape Town
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    This Slide Show was the subject of a Video Step by step tutorial that was made for Digital Photo Magazine in 2003. The subject was making a slide show with PicturesToExe and it appeared on the magazine cover disk along with this slide show that was the subject of the tutorial. I have adjusted the format of it a little for PC and Mac, but the slide show remains as was made in 2003. The slide show helped (a little) to raise awareness of PTE in the UK For those who like a little nostalgia
  11. 2 points

    My How she's Grown!

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    This is one of my first AVs to date and I would appreciate any constructive crits please.
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    2017 Christmas greetings to all our PicturesToExe friends from Lin and Ruby Pup in Colorado... Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all....
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    Mark Allen


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    I had hoped this show could be good enough for a photo-harmony competition, but sadly I just can't get it to flow as well as I'd like. So, it's just a record of a recent trip to Thailand, i hope you like it.
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    More images from my son's trip to Guatemala, this time featuring the people going about their daily lives in the cities and towns. Maureen
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    A brief stop at Chania on the Isle of Crete, a port of call during a cruise in the Aegean.
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    Ingrid Gane

    Ingrid Gane

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    This is my first attempt at the digital book. There is a lot to correct because some of the 'pages' do not open smoothly and I am still working on it. I run a small Audio Visual club at U3A Noosa in Queensland, Australia. All the members are new to AV's and this is one of the projects.
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    Spirit of the Sands

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    I live very close to this beach, the Long Sands at Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear and have hundreds of images of the beach taken over several years. This is a compilation of images to show the spirit of the place under different conditions.
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    A new show of a few slides put together, all taken during our winter months. Res: 1920:1200. 4m. 55s. Keyboard control enabled. Maureen
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    Beautiful Noise

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    A short AV (just under 4 minutes) set to a Neil Diamond classic. Keyboard control enabled and about 36mb in size.
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    Another visit to Andalucia, this time in February this year, hopeful of catching the almond blossom in full bloom. Alas, after a very mild Spring, most of it had already flowered before we arrived.
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    Royal Greenwich Park is situated in South East London. During the summer months concerts are performed on the bandstand. Greenwich Concert Band plays there every year. The music "Greenwich Park" used in this audio visual was composed by one of the band members and played by the band.
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    A week in October 2015 based at Loch Sunart to explore western Lochaber and the Isle of Mull. Res: 1920:1200
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    Snowdonian Splendour

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    Theses pictures were all shot in June 2016 while on holiday in North Wales. The file size is 35mb.
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    Memories of another visit to Venice. For photo experts - sorry I could not pack my tripod, so hand held at 3200-6400 iso; 1/15 - 1/30 shutter speed and wide open at F4. For audio experts, sorry recorded on my iphone. For Photoshop experts - I did what I could but don't look too closely. Having said that i hope you enjoy.
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    Antoni Gaudi died in 1926 and today is recognised as one of the worlds greatest architects. This A/V shows some of his most prestigious designs in his home city of Barcelona including the Basilica "Segrada Familia which is still being built and not due for completion until 2026, a century after his death.
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    This is a simple slow fade style slideshow produced for my family, featuring photos taken on a once of a lifetime trip to New Zealand.
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    I am not religious in the least but do appreciate church music, church art and church architecture so I have put together this show and being Good Friday it seems appropriate to upload it today.
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    Rose of Paradise

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    Hi, As every year, during the Advent's time, the members of the French forum Diapositif.net put each day an AV as an Advent Calendar gift. Here is my own contribution. Unfortunately, the story is in French. Thank you to excuse me. Here is the summary : During all the Middle Ages, the archbishopric of Sens (60 km from my home) was very powerful : it contained 7 bishoprics, of which Paris. This certainly explains why the Sens Cathedral was so innovative, and is now regarded as the first Gothic Cathedral (XII century) with the St-Denis Abbey. A transept was added in the end of the XV century. At the south entry (for the bishops) is a big rose window, with Last Judgement details. At the north entry (for the chapter) is a (smaller) big rose window, named The Rose of Paradise. I tried to describe this magnificent rose in a tale way : One day, the designer of the rose, still without ideas (as me !!), falls asleep and dreams arriving in the Paradise. There, he sees 33... ? (well, you'll see !) And with the aid of St Cecilia, St Veronica St Étienne St Peter, and a magical mirror (the reflections become real !) he is now able to draw and paint the screen of the rose. And later, in the middle of a Christmas night... But please, see by yourself ! Merry Christmas to you all, and my best wishes for 2016
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    Rose of Paradise

    Thank you Lin, Thank you Ray, and Merry Christmas to you too (It's not too late !)
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    A few hours spent in the town of Orta San Guilio on Lake Orta, Northern Italy in September.
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    Thank you very much, Lin, for your so kind presentation of Jean-Pierre and his big contribution to enhance PTE. His imagination was very important - limitless - and his ability as well. His death was and still is a great loss for us all. What would he have dreamed and done with the new versions ?
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    Fort Bravo

    Nice scenery and I liked the muted color scheme you used in this show. Bert
  33. 1 point
    Jim R

    Traditional Villages Flores

    Interesting presentation. Had not been aware of these types of villages before. Thanks
  34. 1 point
    Manuel Urdaneta

    Alternative Colours

    Excellent handling of this effect, especially in the clouds. Very good MUR
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    A Picture story of Paul, an elderly watchmaker.
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    Jim R


    Beautiful images taken in beautiful light and put together in a beautiful AV production. Looks like nice places to be "out and about" to. Thanks Maureen
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    Thanks Jim for the response. Yes it did take some months to put the AV together. The specialist miniature builder spent 72 hours building and ageing the unique space ships for me. I photographed incense stick smoke trails at the beginning and used Photoshop to build up the nebula and star fields from my sky/cloud collection together with a program that allowed me to build and modify my own planets. I spent a lot of time extracting the spaceships to save as png files. It also took me some time researching and mixing the soundtrack from various sources.
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    Top of my bucket list was a visit to Maho Beach, St Maarten to witness the planes landing low over my head and to watch the take offs. I was not disappointed at all. I also flew to the nearby island of St Barts to experience the dangerous landing over a hill and down onto a short runway. I do have some shots of Sunwing Airlines, the airline that Ken Cox's grandson, Spencer is a pilot. Size of file: 26,6mb
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    Driven to Abstraction

    A general comment to cover several of your recent shows, which sadly have received few reviews. An eclectic range of A/V's showing a broad range of your interests in a number of subjects. Excellent photography throughout and demonstrating a very good knowledge of the range of features available in PTE. Your choice of music is very good and adds to the enjoyment. One thing I don't like is the very stark wide border you use and perhaps a thinner border in an off-white would be less distracting. Despite the lack of comments, please keep up the good work. Mickp
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    Hello Maureen, For some inexplicable reason I had trouble downloading this AV. Came back after lunch and bingo! Certainly worth it too. On a very cold miserable wet day to suddenly be taken to the beautiful pastoral scenes of your AV has brought the sun out here if only for a moment or two. Lovely images and fades filling my screen. Just a wonderful package to view. Hence a well deserved 5 stars Thank you.
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    Jim R

    Highgate Cemetry

    Brought back many memories for me from 40 years ago (including getting locked inside the cemetery at end of day). Well done, a few comments meant in a constructive way: The treatment of the images was very appropriate. The music was good but maybe a little downer compared to the poem. You did well to get so many images without people. In some ways the mood was broken a little with the two shots that did have people (one in particular). The poem ending well before the images was for me a slight issue, leaving a few images out might have solved that without upsetting the show. But I know only too well how hard it must have been to get your images down to the number in the show. That process sometimes takes me many weeks, and some crying with the last cuts☺. I wanted to give 4.5 stars
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    Brilliant as always from one of the best in the business. Maureen as you know i now live in the USA but come from the northeast of England and the shows you produce of this area move me to tears, you are truly the best. Thank you and hope you and your family have a great Christmas and a happy New year
  43. 1 point
    Lin Evans

    Jewelry Reflections

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    My late wife Sherry had Native American (Cherokee) ancestry and was an avid collector of Native American Indian art. For 35 years we traveled across the southwest USA to various reservations where we traded with native craftsmen and got to know many of them quite well as friends. I spent many years doing gallery art photography for many museums and galleries in the southwest and still stay in touch with a number of well-known artists. These are some of my images of exquisite American Indian art... I shared Sherry's love for both the art and culture of our indigenous people... Lin
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    Mike Swain

    Landscape In Focus

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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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    Jim R

    Landscape In Focus

    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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    Photos I took last year around Kent, The photos are in HDR.
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    Blik op de Slikken

    (Mooie show) I liked your show Cor, it looked like you made at lot of images from the same vantage point and let the incoming/outgoing water change the shapes and the colors of the mudflats. You where also careful to keep the horizon in the same place in al your images in the show. Thanks for showing. Bert
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    Durban Land,Sea,Air Festival

    great color's action photography of any kind is the hardest but you mastered it ken
  49. 1 point
    Lin Evans

    Bowes Railway

    Love the old railway and machine shop with the big ANC lathe. Johnny's rendition of Life is Like a Mountain Railroad (the original title was "Life's Railway to Heaven) is perfect and black and white indeed fitting. Would have liked perhaps one or two more seconds at the end slide to avoid the rather abrupt ending to the music but a great show! Lots of nostalgia there for days past... Best regards, Lin
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    Enjoy this very such well put together well done.
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