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The Radcliffe Camera HDR

The Radcliffe Camera, Oxford – HDR and LDR

Obviously, when you walk around Oxford it is the architecture that catches your eye, sandstone abounds. We had absolutely glorious weather on Saturday for the Scott Kelby Worldwide Walk, which isn’t the best light to capture great images so here are a couple of versions of the same image where

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Aythorpe Windmill at Sunset

Sunset at Aythorpe Roding Windmill

Are you on Google+ yet? If you are you can see more of my ramblings and pictures at gplus.to/markseton Photography teachers always tell you that there are 2 times in the day that have the best light for photography – sunrise and sunset. I’ve made many excuses for not being

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Leez Lodge Lakes

Leez Lodge Lakes

Back to Leez Lodge Lakes and an HDR image of the lakes. I’ve been trying to add this image (and indeed, some other images from this set) for a week or two and the web site won’t have it! So I am falling back on the tusty Flickr site to

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Looking Out From Little Dunmow

Little Dunmow

The original home of the Flitch Trials, Little Dunmow is located about 4 miles from Great Dunmow and, as the name implies is substantially smaller. Today’s picture was taken on Saturday evening as the sun set. The picture was taken, looking out from the Little Dunmow Priory Church.

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.