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Gaz Vickers

Well-Known Member
Does anyone share photos on the website ''Flickr''?? It would be good to get a Cycle Chat Community going.
I just wondered because its a great way of sharing photos and also the great routes and landmarks that you may cycle past!
I have just created my own account on there, username - meat-pie110
it would be great if other folk would add me,
Thanks Gary.
 

ianrauk

Tattooed Beat Messiah
There are a lot of member's photos in the link above 'user albums'
 
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Gaz Vickers

Gaz Vickers

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gbb

Legendary Member
Location
Peterborough
Photobucket for me, by co-incidence ive just started a new project. Had a semi decent camera for ages but never really used it. Commuting to work, i take in a load of fen countryside and there's a loads of derelict barns, dwellings, etc etc that always draw my attention, i love the rustic look....
http://s146.photobucket.com/albums/r269/gbb_photo/derelict/


Just a start, going to get used to apeture settings and get a tripod, really try to get the detail in...and be able to blur forground and background when neccessary.
 

Chrisc

Über Member
Location
Huddersfield
Does anyone share photos on the website ''Flickr''?? It would be good to get a Cycle Chat Community going.
I just wondered because its a great way of sharing photos and also the great routes and landmarks that you may cycle past!
I have just created my own account on there, username - meat-pie110
it would be great if other folk would add me,
Thanks Gary.
Here you go.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/muddy250/
 
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Gaz Vickers

Gaz Vickers

Well-Known Member
Photobucket for me, by co-incidence ive just started a new project. Had a semi decent camera for ages but never really used it. Commuting to work, i take in a load of fen countryside and there's a loads of derelict barns, dwellings, etc etc that always draw my attention, i love the rustic look....
http://s146.photobucket.com/albums/r269/gbb_photo/derelict/


Just a start, going to get used to apeture settings and get a tripod, really try to get the detail in...and be able to blur forground and background when neccessary.
I just joined 'photobucket' i'm going to compare them both and see which i prefer. user name:- meatpie110
 

on the road

Über Member
Here's mine

http://www.flickr.com/photos/col-m/

I also use photobucket but I find Flickr more practicle. One good thing about photobucket is that they don't reduce the size of your photo's, unlike Flickr if you have a free acount.
 
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