Marc1t

Marc1t

Lives in United Kingdom Bracknell, Berkshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Aircraft Engineer. British Airways.
Joined on Jan 16, 2021
About me:

Lifelong racing cyclist, athlete,

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  • Submitted a challenge entry Marc Freullet
    The first full moon in February called a Snow Moon. Windsor Great Park, Berkshire UK
    Placed 5th in the challenge. The first full moon in February called a Snow Moon. Windsor Great Park, Berkshire UK
  • Created question thread Bit depth PS Elements
    Would someone kindly explain this to me? When trying to copy a new layer or edit photos in PS Elements I keep getting a message saying I need to reduce bit depth from 16 bits to 8 bits as Elements ...
  • Thanks for your comments I really appreciate them. The image I used here is a duplicate of the original which I reduced the file size so I could use it on the web without upload problems if that ...
  • Created discussion thread Winter Moon C&C Please.
    Im learning & fairly new to photography, & my PP skills are somewhat limited. so my lesson for yesterday was how to edit the slightly (imo) overexposed original just a little to the best of my ...
  • Thank you, tbh I wasn’t expecting such positive responses, It’s very encouraging for me to learn further👍🏻. When I went to this location ( Windsor Great Park) the shot I had in mind was photo#2 I ...
  • Just looked it up 'Snow Moon' first full moon in February supposed to mark the beginning of spring or something. Don't Know whether its any different. but certainly feels Spring like it today.
  • Created discussion thread Winter Moon & Sun
    Two from early this morning, & a second attempt at "Dead Trees At Dawn"(Lower) with the new camera. An improvement, but still learning so comments advice welcome, Cheers Marc Snow Moon Tequila Sunrise
  • Added 2 photos to their gallery
    Tequila Sunrise Trees-copySnow Moon Tree
  • Yes good video,. Thanks. I do have some ND grad filters which I bought cheaply second Hand though unused (eBay) a couple of years ago They are not the Lee ones, but the cheaper Hi-Tech 100 x125mm ...
  • One thing I should have added to this post........ As stated although I’m fairly new to photography, I am a complete novice when it comes to Photoshop. I think I would probably ruin more photos ...
  • But before that, why specifically are you thinking of buying a CPL? They can be useful in some situations, of course - but be sure you understand those situations before you buy. Hi & thanks for ...
  • Created question thread Polarising Filters.??
    How much would you spend on a polarising filter? I’m looking to buy one for my Nikon 24-70 f2.8. I’m fairly new to photography & a bit bewildered by the varying cost & different manufacturers. Any ...
  • Thank you. Now Im ready to take my photography to another level. I hope I can do both lenses & the D810 the justice they deserve?........
  • Hi to all. I am also new to using speed lights (Nikon) so I am watching this post with interest. Thank you for posting. I found this article that may be if interest? I found it Information & intuitive.
  • Thanks no offence taken. Actually I was thinking the very same thing. Why buy a very decent D810 & put an inferior lens on it?  It really didn’t make sense to me. As Iv mentioned in previous posts ...
  • Created question thread Printer recommendations?
    Hi I hope Iv put this question in the right place? I’m relatively new to photography, but in the future I may want to print my own photos. So I’m asking for recommendations on a high quality photo ...
  • Created discussion thread Pulpit Rock
    I took this shot a few years ago, unfortunately the original raw file has been lost & I only have a JPEG. & I only had a cheap lens at the time so it’s not as sharp as I’d want it to be. I have ...
  • Excellent answer. I think its also worth noting that the f-number (aperture) also effects depth of field, the depth of in focus area within an image, i.e. larger f-numbers (smaller apertures) have ...
  • Hi, Im reltively new to all this myself so maybe someone with more knowledge will elaborate, or correct me. The simple answer is Yes 40mm is within the range of your current lens, & by default I ...
  • Replied in G & T
    Another experimental idea :-)
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