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Old 3rd October 2009
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tyne harbour front

went down the other evening to see my sister off on her cruise,i only took the zuiko 70 - 300mm lens with me (i`m trying to master this lens)
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Re: tyne harbour front

I rather like the last 2 images - and think they are good examples of what that FL lens can do.

1, 2 & 3 don't really seem to say much. Now the framing of 2 with the red tower OOf in the background would seem an opportunity........
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Old 4th October 2009
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Re: tyne harbour front

This seems to be your first post, Sandancer, welcome to the forum!

I like the juxtaposition of the two lighthouses and their contrasting colours and construction. Image is a little dark but this can be easily corrected by a small adjustment in levels.
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Re: tyne harbour front

I like #3 best, a nice shot of an area I know pretty well - although I haven't been back in a while. As said, a little dark perhaps.
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Re: tyne harbour front

This is a nice group of pictures.

I'm quite bemused by those statues though, they look like those wobbly toys our kids had when they were little.
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Re: tyne harbour front

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This is a nice group of pictures.

I'm quite bemused by those statues though, they look like those wobbly toys our kids had when they were little.
Hi Ellie,

They're called "Weebles"
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Re: tyne harbour front

A good set of images, my favourite being #4, my only suggestion would be that I would have liked to see a little more of shadow from the canoe. Thanks a lot for sharing them with us.

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Hi Ellie,

They're called "Weebles"
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