Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS
  • REVIEWS
  • INSPIRATION
  • COMMUNITY
  • COMPETITIONS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here


Member of the Week - Week 1 - G6DDS (Iain Geddes)


G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
22 Nov 2010 4:51AM
Thats easy. Eviscera, Dave has such a creative mind. His images blow me away everytime!
There may be better photographers out there for portraits or landscapes etc but just for his mind alone he is a winner.

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

JamesGarfield 5 915 4 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2010 10:05AM
Congratulations on your nearly arrived!

If you could be born again as anyone you wish at any time who would you be?
G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
22 Nov 2010 7:42PM
That is a really hard question James, will need to have a think about that one.
YoBellzaa e2
7 224 England
23 Nov 2010 7:30PM
This is a really cool idea. Keep it up Grin
miyaguchi e2
4 136 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2010 8:16PM
I see a pregnant pause in progress. I think it should be one question per Epz'er at a time, as several questions does not allow to much room for expansion.

Iain you have been asked about your kit, you mention the 40D and two lenses.

Can you be more specific, I am talking lenses lighting tripod filters etc., etc., etc., it is always interesting to see what other users have in their kit bag?
G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
24 Nov 2010 10:47AM
Kit bag consists of.
Canon 40d with battery grip.
Canon 24-105L
Canon 70-200F4 L
Canon 85 1.8
Sigma 10-20
Canon 580EX2
Pixel Pawn and Knight triggers
Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod
Manfrotto 488RC4 head
Kenko 58mm circular polariser
Hoya 77mm ND8
Sandisk EXTREME IV 4gb and 8gb
Crumpler Gigolo bag
2 x Elemental G 250 lights with softbox and brolly.
miyaguchi e2
4 136 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2010 11:48AM
Interesting, apart from my kit camera being a D80 and the light source a SB800, lense length tripod SD's filter etc., identical.


Quote:i'm happy with the kit i have


You must have a dream that one day you want to own a the Canon equivalent of the D3s (sorry I'm a Nikon freak not up on Canon stuff)?

My dream is the D700, cos I'm a gadget freak, but won't pay the money for the D3 series even if I could afford it.
JackAllTog e2
5 4.0k 58 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2010 1:04PM
Hi Iain,

Two questions if i may:
1. Would you consider using your flash mounted on your tripod fired by a wireless trigger a worthwhile technique?
2. Do you struggle with ISO/shutter speed on darker days, and have you ever used one of those cheap ebay reflectors to help add light?

Cheers,
Stuart
G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
24 Nov 2010 1:55PM
Dream kit would be hassleblad but realisticly a 5Dmk2 body would be nice, i think my 85mm would be better on a full frame camera.

Stuart,
Maybe once i've figured out how to take good pictures with just my camera i will progress to off camera flash stuff.
If i even start to struggle with shutter speeds i change to my 85mm 1.8 on darker days. I got a reflector with my elemental lighting kit but never used it yet. The last 2 shoots i was on it was only me and the model so nobody to hold reflectors. Could have done it myself but prefer to concentrate on one thing at a time since i'm just starting out with portraits.
miyaguchi e2
4 136 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2010 2:38PM
I see you are a fully fledged ePz member - something I keep pondering over - What made you take the plunge?
G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
24 Nov 2010 3:31PM
Never gave it much thought really. I logged in, had a quick look around and decided there and then to sign up for 5 years. Friendly, colourful and full of helpful people.
cats_123 e2
10 4.3k 25 Northern Ireland
24 Nov 2010 4:38PM
What will you do next week when you no longer have all this attention? Smile
G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
24 Nov 2010 7:12PM
Always on here when i'm nightshift so will be asking plenty of questions instead of answering them.
Hopefully my son will be born so i can give him lots of attention.
CathyI e2
10 344 3 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2010 7:48PM
What are your favourite photographic and non-photographic gadgets and why?
G6DDS e2
5 231 Scotland
24 Nov 2010 8:23PM
Fav photographic gadget would be my triggers, have taken so many pictures of me and my better half with them.

Non-photographic is either my ipod or amazon kindle. Both keep me going when on 12 hour nightshifts (so does epz)

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.