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Xmas and NY photos

Discussion in 'Photography' started by PhotoMatt, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. PhotoMatt

    PhotoMatt New Member

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    Guys,

    Just a quick selection from a few trips over the festive period, I certainly racked up a few miles and the weather didn't always fulfill it's forecast to make things interesting!

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    That shot of 7903 in the evening light is fantastic. =D> =D>
     
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    Great pictures as always Matt.You can almost feel the cold!
    In view of the Fotopic business I guess you are sitting pretty.I assume your site is a homegrown one Matt? I guess there are going to be an awful lot of folks pondering how to proceed. Maybe your method is best after all.

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    Thanks guys.

    It's an interesting point Brian, the hosting is fairly cheap probably the same as fotopic did charge for the premium service, I guess the main difference is you don't get any templates. That said I'm sure you can download some quite easily. I use Frontpage 98 so nothing snazzy or new, but it does the job.

    I wonder how many photo collections have been lost with the demise of fotopic?
     
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    Like Matt, im 'sitting pretty' with the demise of fotopic, but i will certainly lament the loss of so many gallerys of very good photographers (people like Paul Martin and Clive Hanley spring to mind) who could be relied upon to give great shots from so many events that i was unable to attend.
     

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