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SuziBlue 12 16.2k 10 Scotland
24 Feb 2008 10:37PM
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Soundtrack courtesy of Disney .. Wink or that car ad .. LOL

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24 Feb 2008 11:28PM
Damn..and I was just conjuring up a vision of Suzi in 'leathers'







OK I'm leaving....
Kevin
robs 11 660 2 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2008 11:15AM
I carry my camera about in normal bags rather than camera bags, especially when travelling around town (usually battered wax cotton jobs that fit everything in). Lenses are in the lens pouches that are supplied with them, and the camera just sits loose or in a neoprene case. It basically stops you looking like a photographer with expensive kit worth nicking (especially when you dress more refugee chic than high fashion!).

Other tip - always carry your camera Wink
Strobe 7 1.3k United States
26 Feb 2008 2:08PM
Shoot in RAW, always enjoy yourself even if nothing inspires you on location.
MeanGreeny 9 3.7k England
26 Feb 2008 2:15PM
Overcast and cloudy ?

Look for texture and tone and concentrate on mono images
28 Feb 2008 12:35AM
I want a way to fit a flash with an Omnibounce into the flash case and close the case. Tried some stick-on Velcro but it soon came off and now I've got sticky stuff on my flash Sad

Might try the baby wipes any particular brand?
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
28 Feb 2008 12:41AM
Try a cinch strap.
theorderingone 10 2.4k United Kingdom
28 Feb 2008 1:20AM
Learn to change lenses by touch.

It takes a while to get the hang of, and a strategically placed piece of duct-tape can help matters. It also helps matters that I don't use lens caps, I'm just careful to keep my bag in tip-top condition.

I find it helps me keep my eye on the ball whilst changing lenses quickly, in the dark. Smile

Oh, and anther one, is learn how to use a flash wireless. The difference this has made to my flash photos is massive.Smile
dougv e2
10 8.4k 3 England
29 Feb 2008 1:01PM

Quote:A newish tip I've got is that YouTube isn't just for dancing hamsters.

Great Studio Lighting Lecture

Vital Photoshop Skills For Photographers

Landscape Photography

Portraiture



Pah!

Pales into insignificance compared to this .

Smile
dougv e2
10 8.4k 3 England
29 Feb 2008 3:16PM
It should be launching soon, but I don't have an exact date.
Pete would be the man to ask.

Smile
smileylaura 9 640 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2008 3:49PM
Wow that looks good - who should I email for a technical question about it?
ckristoff 10 942 Wales
29 Feb 2008 6:41PM
Friends,

should I fall asleep, please wake me up when EPZ TV comes on. I don't want to be the idiot who misses it!

I'd like to thank all the team on Ephotozine, for all the help and service they've given us over the years.

Within the next month or so, I shall be receiving my first digital SLR. So with EPZ providing this valuable service, I have no excuse, but to make an effort to look, learn and improve!



Frank.
dougv e2
10 8.4k 3 England
29 Feb 2008 7:04PM

Quote:who should I email for a technical question about it?

Depends how technical you want to be.

Pete has all the relevant info.

If it helps, I understand that the normal epz username and password will allow you to log on when it is launched.

Quote:That Ken Henderson's lighting talk

Goodness is he still on the go - was life chairman of Washington Camera Club way back in the 70's.
I guess so Chris - I'll not be going along to find out.

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