2011 in Review

Looking back over this past year I realised I had taken an awful lot of photographs. Of course not all of them are “keepers” but there were many that I really liked.


Now I’m a great fan of HDR and I do use it in a lot of my images, although not necessarily those shown here on WordPress.

Most of the time I go for the more natural look when processing, sometimes you wouldn’t even know I had processed the image using HDR software but for this video I’ve gone right over the top. Anyway here it is….

I’ve been getting reports that the video can’t be played. It’s not a problem at the YouTube side as I’ve embedded the video on another site and it’s playing fine, here’s a link, just in case….  Looking Back

8 thoughts on “2011 in Review

  1. Steve Ransome December 31, 2011 / 17:53

    Hi Mike.
    I might as well comment on here too!!! Lol Great work from you this year, thanks for the lesson in Caernarfon and maybe see you again in 2012. Happy New Year M8


  2. Mike Hardisty December 31, 2011 / 18:02

    Thanks Steve. I’m sure we will get together at least once next year. Focus on Imaging sounds favourite and who knows I might even make the Lake District


  3. Angeline M January 1, 2012 / 00:54

    Happy New Year. I couldn’t access the video, but I’ll try back later.


    • Mike Hardisty January 1, 2012 / 09:51

      Hello Angeline, I’ve just tested the video on another site where I have embedded it and it’s working fine. I’ve put a link to the video on the post. This will take you to YouTube direct



  4. Robert! January 1, 2012 / 01:06

    Heya Mike. Happy new year! I realy like your work. Keep it going.

    I couldnt acces the vid too.


  5. Mike Hardisty January 1, 2012 / 09:53

    Thank you Robert. Looks like it’s the dreaded WordPress gremlins again. It’s working fine on another site. Anyway I have published a link to the video which will take you direct to YouTube


  6. Robert! January 2, 2012 / 08:18

    wow….. that vid is just beautifull.


  7. Cheryl January 2, 2012 / 14:15

    Blown away Mike … impressive video. I’m just beginning to play with HDR but you have taken it to an exquisite art form.


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