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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Up early.....

    ...... again this morning. Looked outside..... the beast from the east has arrived. Out came the OMD 5 with the new 25mm lens on the front...... itís working well.

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Feeding time.......

    ..... for Lesley, my grandaughters pet corn snake.

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  • Avatar : AlexandraSD

    First time selling gear on ebay

    Been an ebay member for years but never sold anything on there until now. I won a Canon M5 on this site in the prize draw, the adaptor that came with it allowed me to use my old 90-300mm zoom lens on it for some bird photography. Ahhh, just like the...

    • Posted by : AlexandraSD
    •  24 Feb 2018 4:20PM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    A piece of new kit......

    ...... tried out at the testing grounds (the park) this morning. The parkie was the model for the first test with the new Olympus 25mm f1.8mm lens.....

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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Post-Columbian Art by Leo Dohmen

    Hello friends. I know the site has two Belgian photographers at least... but trust me there are many more worth knowing! May I present you Mr. Leo Dohmen He happened to be a chemist and engineer at Agfa Gevaert and Esso, a bartender, an art dea...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Gone - the lovely old Sycamore

    Just seen, with horror, that the people over the back are getting their beautiful, old sycamore tree cut down. It's been there for about 50 years and is used by birds, squirrels and all sorts. It's a lovely tree and I'm heartbroken it's going. More ...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Had a close shave.....

    ....... this morning and this is the kit I used...... Set up on the kitchen bench atop white card using natural light. Four images focus stacked

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Itís been a while since I was out and about....

    ...... so yesterday saw me brush the camera down and venture forth..... it was fine for a change. Took the Olympus together with the 40-150mm lens, didnít have a clue what I was after. Got my eye on a couple of opportunities and fired away..... ...

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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Mod squad strikes again

    Hello folks! I made a comment and a modification on a picture the other day and I was joined by banehawi of the critique team saying ''I will join the mod squad'' where he offered a modification too. Mod squad strikes again then to a picture taken...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Blue Moon - 31st Jan 2018

    My first shot of the beautiful blue moon. No stacking, just a bit of basic work on the raw file. 1/164th, f/6, 400mm, -2 stop exposure. The colour is actually a subtle blue on the raw file which I didn't expect. No colour has been added, just enhance...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  31 Jan 2018 7:15PM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    On its way....

    ....... the X21 to Newcastle that is......nearly always late.

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    12 Years - A Glimpse of Progress

    One of the places I frequent is the Lancashire Mining Museum, formerly known as Astley Green Colliery Museum. In recent years I have used it extensively for lens reviews, for two reasons. It is local and it is a very varied outdoor site that offers h...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  29 Jan 2018 9:54AM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    A Must-See

    If you get the chance, visit the Hayward Gallery in London and see the Andreas Gursky exhibition. If anyone wonders who he is, he does fabulous large scale photos with intricate detail of things like factories, shops, landscapes - all sorts. Look h...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  25 Jan 2018 3:52PM
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  • Avatar : Gsus4

    My first blog

    Having recently re-kindled my interest in photography, I've decided to start a blog to track my progress. Not because I expect anyone to be particularly interested in my inane ramblings, but more as a way to organise my thoughts and to reflect on thi...

    • Posted by : Gsus4
    •  22 Jan 2018 8:50PM
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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Creation and Critique

    I am quoting words of a literature scholar: "Creation of an Artwork and Critique go hand by hand. Art is the attempt of a Creator to communicate. An Artwork without Critique is a monologue. The dialogue of the Critique completes the loop of communica...