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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    52 for 2021 Week 2

    Still under the lockdown rules of no tripod, this week another hand held shot whilst out on exercise. I have seen these trees many times sometimes lit with low afternoon light that makes them look bright silver, even frosty. Not sure I captured them ...

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    • Posted by : topsyrm
    •  17 Jan 2021 5:03PM
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  • Avatar : dudler

    Keeping in touch with reality

    Itís the net curtain thingÖ And not necessarily the sort of netting that you can see in my remote shoot blog a few days ago, though pictures shot with muslin or netting around a model can be incredibly attractive and creative. But Iím thinking abou...

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  • Avatar : Acancarter

    Pin Hole Imager Project Part 2

    Quite a few views on part 1, so here is part 2. Thanks for taking the time to look at this - I hope you found it interesting. At least it will have confirmed that there are crazier people about than you! Please leave any comments you might have. Mes...

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    • Posted by : Acancarter
    •  17 Jan 2021 2:01PM
    • Views : 112
  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Education and Recreation

    We're missing a few things at the moment, but one is the very important ability to provide hands-on experiences for the kids. A typical example is your average National Trust property, which at the school holidays or at weekends is likely to have bee...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  17 Jan 2021 11:43AM
    • Views : 124
  • Avatar : dudler

    When in doubt, follow up

    Three hours ago, I was staring at my screen and utterly unable to work out what to write today. Having posted off the EOS 650 that I wrote about yesterday, Iíve realised: I can write about the test film. The camera was obviously in decent nick: alth...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Another Side of Whitby

    There are some regular haunts that we miss more than most, and one is Whitby. Apart from one fateful April visit where we were drenched by a constant deluge of water from the sky (rain....) we've always had a great time exploring, photographing the G...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  16 Jan 2021 10:16AM
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  • Avatar : Acancarter

    Pin Hole Imaging Project

    There is quite a bit of 'fringe' enthusiasm for pin hole cameras on the web. Probably quite a few of us made these as either a science project at school or as an introduction to photography. When assessing the noise and sensitivity of my EOSR sensor,...

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    • Posted by : Acancarter
    •  16 Jan 2021 9:23AM
    • Views : 133
  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Places - Abbeywood Gardens

    Abbeywood gardens is a garden plus cafe/restaurant of very high quality, to be found near Joddrell Bank in Cheshire. When we visit, the first oddity is that, because of the proximity to Joddrell bank and its powerful radio telescopes, the key fob for...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  15 Jan 2021 10:27AM
    • Views : 208
  • Avatar : dudler

    New year, new resolution

    I donít know about you, but Iíve never felt less like a new year. Although the days are already longer (the year turned before Christmas, as far as sunlightís concerned), they lengthen slowly at first, only a minute a day at first. Now itís two minu...

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  • Avatar : dudler

    Face the music

    Whenever someone shows appreciation of your work, anywhere on the web, itís at least tempting to have a look at what they do. Sometimes, it feels as if it would be rude not to, particularly on model-photographer networking sites. And with more tim...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Goldeneye

    Yesterday I was shooting the sample shots for the new Sigma 65mm f/2 lens, and for once, amidst all the gloom, it was a gloriously sunny morning. In fact, it lasted that way almost all day and it's only this morning that the steady patter of rain has...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  13 Jan 2021 10:14AM
    • Views : 236
  • Avatar : dudler

    More than one way to skin a cat

    Iíve clocked up two remote shoots this week, and itís led me to some additional thoughts about the way we can photograph models during lockdown. The first was a second session with Vampire Princess, and that made me very much aware of the benefit o...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    The Renovations Continue

    Many years ago, Sue's Dad made her a doll's house. Two children and five grandchildren later it was desperately needing refurbishment. So, her brother Malcolm did the major reworking of the roof, adding two attic rooms and dormer windows, and then Su...

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  • Avatar : Acancarter

    Lenticular Printing 3 - End to End

    Lenticular Printing 3 - The Whole Process Here Iíll go through the whole process with illustrations for a lenticular print. This is just the way I did this - Iím sure there are plenty of options and improvements! Before I get going, Iím not sure if...

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  • Avatar : dudler

    Eros

    Iím pretty sure Iíve never taken a picture of that statue in Piccadilly Circus: by the time I was in the area with any regularity, it was too hackneyed a subject for my lens, I felt! And I missed it during the sunny Sixties visit that I posted from ...

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