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Photography Online

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peterkin 20 689 England
18 Apr 2020 7:54PM
For information. I can't find that this topic has been posted before. My apologies if it has. On YouTube there is a relatively new photography programme called Photography Online which is well worth a look. It's extremely interesting for beginners or the more advanced and produced by a team of professional photographers. They have produced one episode each month since January plus a couple of shorts. Take a look - you won't be disappointed.

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Nick_Hilton 18 599 2 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2020 9:19PM
I agree with Peter it caters for the more advanced photographer as well as the beginner. It’s well worth a watch
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JJGEE 18 8.1k 18 England
19 Apr 2020 6:53AM
Thanks for mentioning this, Peter

Had a watch of Meet The Team video and it is definitely enticing me to catch up with the shows produced so far and to check out each month in the future Smile
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SlowSong Plus
15 11.1k 30 England
20 Apr 2020 2:17PM
Peter, I'm really enjoying these videos. Many thanks for posting. Smile
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peterkin 20 689 England
26 Apr 2020 5:30PM
The May edition is online now and includes the following:

"In this month's Photography Online we take a serious look at depth of field (grab your pen and paper), do some wildlife photography with otters, show you how to clean your camera, take the Fuji GX617 for a walk along the beach, and we try an alternative way to take aerial photos without a drone (emphasis on the word "try"!). We also continue our countdown of the top ten views on the Isle of Skye and have two amazing giveaways - a pair of top-spec binoculars from Kite Optics worth £260 and a sensor cleaning kit from Visible Dust worth over £250."

I think I'll watch it on my tablet when I go to bed tonight. Grin

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JJGEE 18 8.1k 18 England
1 Jun 2020 5:12PM
June Edition now available.

They have a segment on home E6 developing which I done for many years before giving up in 2004
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Railcam 17 967 2 Scotland
1 Jun 2020 5:34PM
I remember home processing rolls of Ferranniacolor slide film in the 1970s. It was hard work, took a long time and required lots of concentration. Amazingly, some of the results have lasted better than the Agfa CT18 I moved on to.
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peterkin 20 689 England
28 Jun 2020 5:28PM
The July edition is just out today...

Photography Online July 2020



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