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    Quote Originally Posted by DomB View Post
    Coool, I'll look into that - hopefully get sorted in the next week or so...

    In reply to your earlier question - Camera 5D II, with 16-35mm lens. Used lightroom for processing, mostly just lifting the clarity, and dropping the vibrance - really like the effect from that. Hope that helps!
    Thanks for that, I'm using Aperture so will have to take a look at how clarity and vibrance relate. Great work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_magicfingers View Post
    Ooh, bugger. is a handy place to upload the zip file to, then everyone could just grab it from there, save you sending out loads of cd's.
    Mr Magicfingers - you're a genius!

    Photos are now here -

    Enjoy all!

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