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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
    • Views : 449
  • 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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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Nothing on TV Again

    Frostie gets so fed up with TV.

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Cruising the Manchester Ship Canal

    There is a trip on an old Mersey Ferry, either from Salford to Liverpool or Liverpool to Salford as desired, taking us along the Manchester Ship Canal. The last time I did this was with my Granny, when I was about 10 years old. Well, on Sunday I did ...

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  • Avatar : Arvorphoto

    Never give up

    Never give up I have many times been the last person to leave after a sunset. So often I have seen photographers depart as soon as the sun has set, only for them to miss an outstanding light show care of Mother Nature. And yet on this evening, I wa...

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    • Posted by : Arvorphoto
    •  18 Jun 2019 9:18AM
    • Views : 706
  • Avatar : Southend

    Trying Out PicFair

    [link removed - not relevant and self-promoting] I would be interested in other peoples experiences. WG

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    A Try Out

    Having sorted out all my kit this week I've been experimenting with my old Canon 400D and various lenses. I like the little 400D as it's very quiet and lighweight, although it doesn't have all the bells and whistles current models have. Anyway, thi...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Sammy the Snail

    Just a little critter found on the window sill. He was very cute. :) It'd just eaten a laburnum petal. :):):)

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  4 Jun 2019 7:50PM
    • Views : 569
  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    President visits Queen

    It was all over the media. From a photographic point of view I understand that many of our colleagues were using their DSLR's. You may not seen them but you could not miss the distinct sound of the mirrors flipping like the monotonous song of machine...

  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Mobile Monday and Me

    Well today was the first day of the Mobile Monday task set kindly by our Critique Gallery mentor, and fellow photographer dudler. I was thrilled to participate. It was announced last week and I had the picture for it two days later, I was so eager t...

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