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  1. Version 1.0.0


    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.
  2. raybridges


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    This was inspired by the song which I heard on the Royal British Legion Festival of Rememberance 2016. The words by Priestley I found very moving also. The AV lasts about 6 minutes.
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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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    A short AV with pictures taken on a very cold morning at St. Thomas a Becket Church at Fairfield. This is a popular location for local photographers, but not on a cold morning.
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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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    Theses pictures were all shot in June 2016 while on holiday in North Wales. The file size is 35mb.
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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
  8. Lin Evans

    360 panorama

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    A few years ago, my old pup Honey and I on a beautiful fall morning decided to catch sunup on Devil's Gultch Road north of Estes Park, Colorado. On the way up, a cougar (mountain lion) jumped over the hood of my truck. By the time I could grab my camera and get out of the truck she had disappeared down the mountain side and into the trees of the forest. A quarter mile up the road I met a man walking his two dogs off the leash. I stopped to warn him about the big cat and he told me that the wildlife people had been trying to trap her for a couple weeks to put a radio collar on her. She had been hanging around and enjoying the views too I guess. Another couple miles up the road I stopped here at the junction of Devil's Gultch Road and Lumpy Ridge Road near the Lumpy Ridge trailhead and shot this series of shots which encompassed a bit more than 360 degrees. I stitched them into a very wide pano to demonstrate how PTE can be used to display a 360 degree horizontal panorama. The sun was just about to peep over the horizon and several hundred elk were contentedly grazing on the grounds in front of ranch homes. A beautiful morning in Colorado....
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    Windows and Mac zipped exe files - about six and a half megabytes - Demonstration of water effects with PTE. Tutorial for this can be found in the Tutorials section of the PTE Forum.
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    I changed the original show by simplifying the text.
  11. Version 1.0.0


    A week last September 2015 exploring the towns along Lake Maggiore, the second largest lake in Italy, part of which is in southern Switzerland.
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    Images of some of the Ancient Temples of Angkor in Cambodia, and the fusion with the nature surrounding them. Also a look of the face towers of Bayon. The (2) in the title is for PC
  13. Lakelandlass


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    A couple of hours in April this year spent in the medieval hill top village of Perouge, some 30 km north-east of Lyon, listed amongst the most beautiful villages of France. Maureen
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    A short history of Helen Martin's Owl House in Nieu Bethesda in South Africa. This very eccentric lady took her own life by drinking caustic soda.
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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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    Filters applied to images have not been very well accepted in the digital age and some of the blame for that can be laid at the door of some photographers. Those who think that adding a filter effect to a badly composed and exposed image, will make it appealing. Sadly, it will not. The trick, in my view, is to use filters to create something more unique and for that we need to put in just a little effort, thought and creativity. The technique for creating the images you will see in this slide show is available as a video download from our Photoshop MasterClass section HERE
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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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    Infra-red images
  19. Version 1.0.0


    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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    My son recently returned from trekking to and from Everest Base Camp and asked me to create a show from his photographs. As it is mainly a record of HIS walk, it is rather longer than usual at 7.5 minutes. Format 16:10. Maureen
  21. Mickp


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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.
  22. Version 2.1


    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.
  23. davegee

    Panos Slits Demo

    Version 1.0.1


    Demo of a modified PanosFX Slits Action and how it might be used in PTE.
  24. davegee


    Version 1.0.0


    Puzzlement is a PicturesToExe Style which creates an animated Jigsaw Puzzle. The individual Puzzle pieces are created using a PanosFX 2D 56 piece puzzle action and the Style assembles them into a PicturesToExe Slide. Puzzlement MAC.zip Puzzlement.zip
  25. Mark Allen


    Version 2


    A cacophony of pandemonium; sights, sounds and smells, people and pollution, resulting in a sensory overload. The poverty and rubbish are in sharp contrast to the armed guards at gated hotels, where there is not a single leaf out of place. On the streets; the children, who seem to have nothing, are happy and clean. It's confusing, sometimes most disturbing, but a wonderful place to visit and (for me) a once in a lifetime experience. Following Barry's advice, I re-visited this show that was V1 in 2015. For some reason, it just didn't work for me. But it now does in V2.
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