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Old 23rd February 2008
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River Loddon

Captured this a few weeks ago whilst fishing. This is the River Loddon in Berkshire, a nice place to visit for peace and quiet.

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Re: River Loddon

I don't know, recommend Qtpfsgui to people and suddenly they are going through their back catalogue to find images to fiddle with - lol.

I do think fattal provides an interesting effect and seems great for pulling texture out of grasses.

Not sure I understand the other options - but it all seems like harmless fun.

Nice shot and looks like a good location.

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Re: River Loddon

Thanks Nick, could not have done it without you fattal is certainly one of the more intriguing options though I have played about with the others. I think it is more interesting than the original shot, not sure landscapes are my thing

Anyway I should add the shot also received something called a gam colour cine filter 1529 1/2 blue CTB from Tiffens gel selection. Yes ... I know....but I did have some spare time today...
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Re: River Loddon

Looks a nice river, who owns the fishing rights on it as it looks an ideal place to wander the banks with a spinning rod in hand.
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Re: River Loddon

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Looks a nice river, who owns the fishing rights on it as it looks an ideal place to wander the banks with a spinning rod in hand.
Its Farnham Angling Society, but you have to join as a member. No day tickets or guests allowed as it is part of the Duke of Wellington estate. All manner of fish in the water, popular for barbel.
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Thnaks. It looks interesting and price is not excessive. I'll have to check it out further.
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Re: River Loddon

love the shot, love the tone mapping
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Re: River Loddon

Oooh, sort of good memories for me because my Dad used to go fishing somewhere on the Loddon, nearer Reading though. It's a lovely river, and that's a lovely picture too
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