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Smithy 5 7
15 Jul 2012 3:12PM
Alright guys, obviously new here, was advised on joining this forum as Iv heard its friendly and really good for help and advice on Photography..

Little bit about me..

I got into Photography just after my brother died In 2010, he was into digital where I was more than happy with point and shoot, since taking it on I got into Urban Exploring Photography now do a mixture of that, Landscape and now im getting into Freelance which im hoping to make a business if all goes well.

I do have one job on at the moment where I work.

I wouldn't say I'm an expert, I'm learning everyday, I own a Canon 450D with standard lens (18-55), yeah i know not really the sort of camera to use for Landscape or freelance, but I'm saving up for a Canon 5D, we got to start from somewhere..

same with Photoshop Cs5, still learning but picking it up, Iv also had a bit of experience with Video editing which I made 2 movies of my brother....

Jim Lives On


Forever Jim

Some from Middlesbrough may of seen and read about is death in the papers


Been doing alot of charity events since then for Mountain/Cave Rescue as he and now I rely on, with have raised over 1000 for them

Anyways think that's enough about me


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Smithy 5 7
15 Jul 2012 3:41PM
Sorry forgot to add, Im in the progress of doing all the place's Jim visited which you can find here..

Solomon Report

Some photo's of mine on there.
MrGoatsmilk 9 1.5k England
15 Jul 2012 3:50PM
Thanks for sharing yours and your brothers life on here, he lived life to the full from what I see.

You take care and stay safe. Look forward to the pictures.

IanBurton 8 81 7 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2012 7:21PM
Welcome to EPZ from another Boro lad. Don't underestimate the 450D, I started out with the same camera and have got some good images with it (IMO). I have progressed to the 5d recently. You'll find the community very helpful here.

I look forward to seeing your pictures.


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