Monday, 28 December 2009

Bath Abbey - 15 Minute Photo Challenge

As promised here is the 15 minute photo challenge recorded around Bath Abbey. But as a special thank you to my blog readers this video is an extended version of the one on my YouTube channel.


If you'd like a clear look at many of the photos in the video, then my Flickr page is the place to go. Here's the link http://www.flickr.com/photos/photogavin
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17 comments:

dzulnajmi said...

love it ... u made it look so easy ... :-)

Sylvie said...

I thoroughly enjoyed this, Gavin! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us!

Tiaan Nicholas said...

Another fantastic video!! I'd love to see some editing videos of these shots, maybe the one of the statue?

Thanks Gavin

Miguel Angel ROMERO said...

Cool.. you're back again!

Gary S. said...

Hello.

Lovely new video. I enjoyed the part around 6:00 where other folk could see you taking photos then obviously thought "That chap knows what he's doing, I'm going to take one from there too!"

I would also like to see some editing videos if you have the time of the statue one as Tiaan said and maybe of the 2 people looking at the door as well.

All the best

Gary S.

Mike Fiechtner said...

I agree with the other posters. It would be nice to see your editing process. I saw some duotones and some other processed versions in the video and would love to know some of the things you're doing for PP. thanks for a great video! Awesome!

Gavin Hoey Training said...

Thank you for the kind comments. In answer to the Photoshop requests, have a look at these posts which should help.

http://gavtrain.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-to-enhance-texture-in-raw-photos.html

http://gavtrain.blogspot.com/2009/11/selective-colour-inside-adobe-camera.html

Stefano said...

I have learned very much in this year i read your blog, thus i tankyou very very much and whish you a Happy Newyear. Sorry for my basic english. I'M stefano froma Verona (Italy) the town of Romeo & Juliet. If you come here for a 15 min photo challenge i'm glad of guide you trhow my lovely town.

Greeting Stefano.

Kitty said...

I've been a long time lurker here - just wanted to step out of the lurking closet and say thank you for all the posts of this year, and to wish you a very Happy New Year :-)

michel said...

I would like to add my words of appreciation for your work and for sharing your knowledge. Pleas accept my sincere wishes for a Happy New Year. May 2010 bring peace to the world and more beautiful images to our viewfinders... michel

Anonymous said...

I'm a elements 7 user that didn't really get going until I started watching your videos. Thanks for getting me over that first hump and please keep up the good work, both photoshop and photography.

Jill

antwerpenR said...

great stuff - thanks

vexy said...

great blog. happy new year :)

Gavin Hoey Training said...

Thanks again to everyone who's commented.

Stefano: I made a short visit to Verona a few years back and hope to return again one day. It was a great place for photography.

Anonymous said...

I love all of you'rs videos !
I'm from sweden and i have learn so much about photoshop and other things about photo thanks to you ! :)
I hope you never stop doing you'rs videos !
/ A

thesleepygeek said...

Wow! This really makes me start thinking about how to choose shots. We pass by so many things in our lives without a thought or a second look at them. A photographer is always looking at the detail and how it will look framed.
Nice work :)

Marcus Hamaker
http://www.thesleepygeek.com

eliane said...

I love your work. I love photography. And I love to work Photoshop too. I have element 6 and I would love to know how you work on the picture of the couple in front of the door. Do you have a video explaining that.
Sorry about my english, I am from Brasil. Thank you very much for your help.

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