Members' Photography Blogs

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  • Avatar : MentorRon

    Vancouver has lost it's best street photographer:

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    • Posted by : MentorRon
    •  17 Sep 2019 5:59PM
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  • Avatar : kakakel

    Jajal Coy

    Jajal

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    • Posted by : kakakel
    •  16 Sep 2019 4:47PM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    End of Summer

    Frostie's last days hiding amongst the flowers - and getting pretty dirty in the process. He now takes refuge under the lean-to, which is better for me as it's cleaner. :)

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  11 Sep 2019 9:09AM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Fujifilm XP130

    I'm hoping to see some dolphins in Cardigan Bay soon so rather than risk my nice cameras with spray and wind, I got myself a cheap little waterproof/shockproof camera and have been giving it a try out this afternoon. It's the most basic camera I've ...

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  • Avatar : Marchuntington

    My first post

    New to the website. Looking forward to seeing whats goes on.

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Test Card

    Test your lenses or your eyes. An old test card used in the TV industry many moons ago.

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Fun With The 07 Mount Shield Lens

    Finding a lull between lens reviews, I thought it would be interesting to try out again the 07 Mount Shield lens for the Pentax Q system, probably the smallest interchangeable lent kit available. It is a fixed focus 11.5mm f/9 optic, with a sort of s...

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  • Avatar : dark_lord

    Black and White Photography (Part II)

    Some images are 'better' in monochrome than in colour for a multitude of reasons. Last time I looked at why black and white was historically a practical choice. Now I look at why you'd choose black and white over colour, i.e. as a creative choice. F...

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    • Posted by : dark_lord
    •  21 Aug 2019 7:42PM
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  • Avatar : Arvorphoto

    Fireworks an update

    I have twice blogged on the subject of fireworks. Since then I have only had a few occasions where I have returned to the subject that I first attempted back in 2013 but I have to say that the most successful exposures remain around the 1 1.6 secs ...

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    • Posted by : Arvorphoto
    •  21 Aug 2019 9:04AM
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  • Avatar : 1954photography

    Canon 500d

    I think Canon got it wrong, selling the 500d as a entry level camera, I think it should be classed as a intermediate or higher, I am lucky to have a 5d & 50d also, the 500d is my go to camera every time, a joy to use a trusted friend for life.

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Friends

    Frostie loves his doggy toy, which is actually a door stop with a brick in it. He also loves his ducky on elastic and chases it all over the rug, and when it lands on doggy, doggy gets it good and proper. He's looking a bit laid back here, but he's...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Phone pic

    I was trying out the camera on my old phone earlier, just to see if I ever thought it might be worth upgrading to a swanky phone with a view to taking pics with it rather than carry around a compact camera. I don't think it's worth forking out a fort...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  10 Aug 2019 2:36PM
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  • Avatar : dark_lord

    Black and White Photography (Part I)

    Monochrome images can be appealing and they have a small but dedicated following. But why should black and white images exist at all? Prior to photography all images were in colour, apart from pencil or charcoal sketches for example. People were use...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Grizzly

    Frostie has just surpassed himself in the very naughty boy stakes. He came in the cat flap with a sparrow in his mouth but when he saw me he dashed out again. He then sat on the lawn and ate the whole sparrow, head, legs, feathers - the lot. Then ...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Light as a Feather

    We've had a jay visit our garden recently, an unusual occurrence. But I found a tiny feather on the lawn earlier today and it's so pretty I think I'll keep it. Photographing it was weird as the light seemed to strobe over it.

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  18 Jul 2019 2:32PM
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