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  1. BrianH


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    A brief history of man's journey into space followed by a fictional search for new planets to colonize.
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    A new slideshow of images taken earlier this year. Situated on Europe's Atlantic edge, the Scottish Western Isles of the Outer Hebrides are a diverse chain of inter-connected islands with their own unique way of life and, it could be said, weather. Maureen
  3. 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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    Audio Visual can be used in a wide variety of ways, but for me personally I use it as a vehicle to display my images. Therefore the quality of those images is the most important thing to me. However, we still need an angle or a hook to provide a framework for what we are doing. In this presentation I have used commentary and limited information to allow me to display a variety of images from every place we visited on a recent trip. I have also broken a cardinal rule of AV, but the least said about that, the better. Hopefully the quality of the presentation and the images, will overcome that....
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    THIS IS AMENDED VERSION AND RESUBMITTED TODAY. Earlier this year, my son along with 6 others including 2 local guides, climbed Guatemala's 'Magnificent Seven' volcanoes. These are his images which I have made into a show. Maureen
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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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    Well this is my first upload so lets see if it works. We will start with a bit of surrealistic humour originally created with P2E 7 back in the days when you had to make your own 3D boxes. This one won the Xmas 2013 digital AV competition at my local camera club.
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    It is amazing how much colour can be found underground, rock and minerals each have their own character which grow and merge together to form fascinating patterns. For these shots I used a more powerful flash that the pop-up one built into the camera, this was bounced off the walls where possible which in turn added their own colour. I guess I could have done a better job on the shadows with a brolly, but that might have been a bit frowned on. This one won my local camera club AV competition last Christmas.
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    A technique I first used in an AV back in my film days some 20 years ago, but brought up to date and into the digital age. Its pretty good fun too. Use your PC monitor as a light, colour and texture source for transparent subjects like glass.
  10. goddi1


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    Greetings, Yesterday, May 7th, was the commemoration of the 72nd anniversary of the liberation of the Nazis' Mauthausen concentration camp by the U.S. forces in 1945. Our newspaper had a small notice. I thought it deserved more. Gary
  11. Erik


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    Hallo, Proud grandpa has made a slideshow of grandchildren.
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    Following a recent 7 week road trip down the East and South Coast of Australia, this is the first images of that trip presented as an audio visual. It sums up the drama and fascination we have with the sea and the music that accompanies the images must also be dramatic.
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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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    A short A/V on Scotney Castle following some critiques on Barry Beckham's Forum but other comments welcome.
  15. goddi1


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    This show is about our road trip from Medellin to Jardin, Colombia, to see if we could find the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock. Though it is the national bird of Peru, you can find them in Colombia, if you know where to look. My good friend, who lives in Medellin and is an excellent birder, knew where to find them. So here is a look at the town of Jardin and the beautiful Cock-of-the-Rock. There is also a few shots I took of an Olinguito, a newly discovered (in 2013) carnivore. To get under the upload size limitation, I had to remove one video clip and reduce the quality of the other. Critiques welcomed. Come take a trip….Gary
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    A few images of Yorkshire taken during the past 12 months or so.
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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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    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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    Better late than never. I was a long way from home when the new software was released, but spent some time creating the attached with the help of Igor of course.
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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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    In this the 100th Anniversary of The Somme and Passchendale, I thought of the very fine work the War Graves Commission does. This is my tribute to them.
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    An illustration of thge poem by George Meredith. I have made some tweaks and changes to the show previously uploaded, using more of the Pictures to Exe 9.04 features.
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    A few pictures I took of some glorious sunsets on the island of St Maarten Time: 3.13mins Size: 21,3mb
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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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    The Beamish Museum in County Durham, England is a fantastic open air Museum. A brilliant place to visit, but to do it justice you really need two days as there is so much to see on a site that included working trams and old vehicles, a whole 1913 town street with shops, houses and a park, a pit village, a colliery, a farm, a railway station and much more. A visual treat. And already planned - a 1950's 'town'. My images are the result of several visits last year, put together to give a taster of what you could see . . . Thanks to James Pearson (Artistic/Musical Director of Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club in London) for his permission to use his music.
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