ABOUT ME

I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Sunday, 5 July 2015

CATCH UP. (05/07/15)

I’ve been a bit remiss with blogging. I just haven’t been getting any pictures to show you but will have to try harder as there is plenty to find if I can be bothered looking. The camp site is full so that is a bit of a shock to the system.

camp3          Full Campsite.

This is a two row panorama taken at 15intervals unfortunately instead of there being fifty images there are only forty nine which is down to my missing one. It’s the story of my life at the moment.

roller Waterlogged Farm Yard.

We had over an inch of rain in five hours yesterday morning. The place is like a swamp. The hens are fine and so is the barley.

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_MG_9339               Fine Barley

That’s all for today, have a great week.

34 comments:

  1. The top picture of the campsite seems amazing to me and I am in awe of your evolving technical brilliance even though I also think you should get a professional signwriter to emblazon these words down the side of your van - "The Mad Professor".

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    1. YP, I used to do quite a few "Little Planets". You can do these as they aren't hard. You have to square up any image then rotate it 180 degrees. After that you have to have an editor that offers Polar Co-ordinates. There are lots of tutorials on the web. Some a bit quick and dirty and some very involved. They are just a bit of fun.

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  2. And here I was thinking you were just enjoying the cider.

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    1. Carol, I had a walk down for some cider but Polly is out. Very remiss of her.

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  3. Lovely landscapes. I'm sure you'll come up with some new material to show us soon. Have a great day!

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    1. Mersad, I should do. I just get lacking in inspiration from time to time.

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  4. I'm glad you explained your pano process more to YP. I figures it was something like that.

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    1. John, I'm not with it at the moment I know to overlap the ends of a 360 degree sequence but forgot on the top layer.

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    1. John, I used to have a plug-in that did them but Adobe seem to object to third party plug-ins unless you have lightroom.

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  6. Sounds like you had some atrocious weather in the last day or so. The globe like image clever and glad the Barley is OK lol

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    1. Douglas, very mixed weather, baking hot, then cool, then bouncing with rain.

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  7. Your first photo is very cool! Wish we'd get some rain here where I live. It's been hot and dry for over a month.

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    1. Linda, rain is not something we are usually short of.

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  8. Great shots Adrian. That first one looks very impressive, i'll have to look at that technique at some point.

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    1. Ian it can be done from a single image, I was just playing about.

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  9. I'm not used to you staying one place. You need to move on to find something else to photograph. I have enjoyed the farm.

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    1. Red, the beauty of being single and nomadic is that I can decide when I move.

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    2. I almost thought the one word was romantic!

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  10. It's that time of year. Blogging has its moments. But if you're enjoying the moment, there's no need to take photos. Sometimes leaving the camera behind is wonderful. I've been just carrying my cell phone around now for some of the treks and it's a lot nicer. Maybe lazier on my part but sometimes it's just about enjoying the surroundings.

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    1. Chris, I'll get my act together. There are several things still to see here.

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  11. We have finally had a small amount of rain after several very dry weeks with 100 degree F weather. So grateful for a little relief. Love the campsite shot.

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    1. Karen, rain is something that seems to happen most days. It is a year or so since i last did a tiny planet.

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  12. We're getting lots of the baking hot, but absolutely no rain. Somehow your barley shot was exactly what I needed today.

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    1. Bill, it looks good in the evening and early morning. another month and it will start to ripen.

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  13. Me gusta la primera imagen. Por aquí hace mucho calor.
    Un abrazo

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    1. Laura, hace calor aquí. Los planetas minúsculos son sólo un poco de diversión.

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  14. Your first globe panorama is very spectacular. Liked it :)

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    1. Kovacs they are a bit of fun and fun to make.

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  15. The globe panoramas make me dizzy!

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    1. Graham, they make me a bit dizzy as well. It's a good job I didn't animate it, the thought did cross my mind.

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  16. The globe panorama is very cool. I haven't tried to make one yet, but you have got me very interested. I'm going to enjoy following your blog from here in Australia.

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    1. CM, They are fun to do and there are lots of tutorials on the internet. Little planets some people call them.

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