NEW PHOTO FORUM FOR SHEDDERS

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  • #1406

    Awgydawg
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    Join us and share your shed photos or creative images on our Flickr PLUMS group here:

    PLUMS Shed Photo Group

    You will first need to sign up for a free Flickr account, there is also an app for that 🙂

    Then upload photos to your Flickr account, go to the PLUMS group, add photos and choose two per day from your Flickr account to display on PLUMS.

    Please no archive photos, recent photos only, this group is to encourage members to take photos of their shed activities and get creative while going out and about, not to sit in an armchair and pick archive photos…..

    When there are enough members, we can decide on challenges.

    Any questions or problems, give me a call on 07896 621429

    I have spoken to Laura @UKMSA about this, she is going to put it in the next Shoulder to Shoulder, so sign up for it in the News tab on the main page.

    Please leave EXIF data embedded in your photo, your camera will add this hidden data when you take photos, it will then display in the Group when people look at your photo. This is important, it shows the photo is recent and if it is a creative image, members may learn something from it. If you use Photoshop, Google Search how to keep EXIF from being stripped.

    There is also a discussion forum, you can talk about anything you like and post photos to that too.

    Hope to see your photos soon.

    Mark

    #1482

    Awgydawg
    Participant

    We now have several sheds involved. Our photo challenge is Winter Colours. Get a Flickr account, join PLUMS and start posting your Shed’s entries. Read my entry under the discussion tab.

    #2265

    Awgydawg
    Participant

    Nikon Coolpix P520 Bridge… Using Auto Sports Mode because the clouds were constantly changing the light. Nearly 10 metres away with full optical zoom 42x and a little cropping.

    Jay in the garden//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js

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    #2270

    Awgydawg
    Participant

    St Illtyds Church

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    Awgydawg
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    Porthcawl220319

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