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I also visited St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh's High Street. Lots to see and if you buy a ticket for photography [£2] lots to photograph. Very low light.

ISO 1600 [i wish I had even 1 stop more...Santa are you listening?]

17 slides double sided.

3 mins:6 secs

Nothing fancy just very relaxing I think.

PC Version : http://www.mediafire.com/?1w7kbe5s8n8vhef

Mac Version : http://www.mediafire.com/?xh2kd09hxmb6773

Stay safe and well for the next ten days guys. I'm leaving for France at 20:00hrs.


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Hi Andrew,

When your show started, I thought that it was going to be another 'Book Animation' but no, this was something different.

An interesting idea but I thought that the film slide took up to much of the screen. I would have preferred to see the whole of each image filling the screen.

However, the slide show ran perfectly and the transitions were very smoothe. The music was perfectly in keeping with the subject matter.

Well done!

As an afterthought, to avoid the black bars at the top and bottom of my screen, why don't you make your shows at 1920 x 1200 (or perhaps you always will want to make a DVD)

Great work mate,

Ron West

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I really admire you work. I especially liked the backdrop for the photos. It reminded me of a castle stonework wall. Very well done.


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Hello Andrew

Beautiful photography,I liked the way you have controlled the highlights

particularly in the pic with the chandelier with lit bulbs.

Using 1600ISO were these hand held or tripod.

Interesting presentation format.


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