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13/08/2014 - 1:22 PM

Traveling Light

conradHaving sold all of my heavy photo kit a few years ago due to worsening back problems, and having replaced it with lighter MFT kit, the natural thing to do was to also sell off my two rather heavy tripods, a Manfrotto, and one of the bigger Velbon models. But that left me without, and although I'v...

01/09/2008 - 5:47 PM

Beanbag Experience

conradFor a recent trip to Stavanger, I decided not to make my luggage heavier than necessary. Until then, I'd always put my tripod in the biggest bag or suitcase, the one that is checked in at the airport. This time I decided not to take a tripod, but travel a bit lighter. Trouble was, a pocket-sized ...

09/08/2008 - 7:37 PM

Underground Exposure

StrobeOn a recent upload I was asked about exposure on the Underground, I struggled for quite a while and thought I would like to Blog the result: Set you camera to shutter speed, take a few random photos to see how long your exposure can be without any burning on viewing with highlights. Enable bracke...

27/06/2008 - 10:41 AM

press event

MattGraysonI've just returned from a press event organised by Bogen Imaging who distribute well known makes such as Manfrotto, Gitzo and Kata. Look out for reviews on the Kata R-103 bag and Manfrotto 190CX Pro4 tripod with 100% carbon fibre construction.

15/06/2008 - 1:16 PM

Holiday time

navigatornickWell it was back from US (work, work work!) yesterday morning and off to Marrakech Tuesday morning. Can't wait - watch this space! Hope to get some decent stuff. Really not sure if I should take my tripod or not - think it could be too cumbersome in the Medina which is where we plan to be most of th...