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Project 365-154
CaptivePhotonsJust a Tulip. and given the BW treatment. Bigger red Tulip
Added: 01/02/2012 - 1:42 PM | 215 Views | 0 Likes
Bingley 5 Rise Locks West Yorks...
Ozzie55THOUSANDS of people from all over the country queued for a rare opportunity to see Bingley’s famous Five Rise Locks from the canal bed over the weekend. It was drained so engineers could carry out vital repair work, with British Waterways taking t...
Added: 01/02/2012 - 1:38 PM | 1824 Views (13 This Week) | 0 Likes
Photo 365 - Number 109 - Stocki...
cattyalAnother evening has wooshed by - apart from clearing some space upstairs and returning my mannequin Linda to the bottom of the stairs I seem to have little to show for it all. At least Linda got her legs photographed - I wasn't about to unwrap m...
Added: 31/01/2012 - 9:56 PM | 3611 Views (14 This Week) | 0 Likes
Macro 365-58
answersonapostcardI've never really got into macro photography but I've just been having a play, mostly because I'm getting fed up with the capabilities of the iphone ho hum Anyway I know its not brilliant but its a start, I guess :D
Added: 31/01/2012 - 8:26 PM | 10 Views | 0 Likes
Project 365-153
CaptivePhotonsToday I went to London and I paid a fleeting visit to the National Portrait Gallery specifically to see the Taylor Wessing exhibition. I thought the exhibition was very good and I was pleased to be able t0 see the entries in their full glory. I d...
Added: 31/01/2012 - 5:49 PM | 524 Views | 0 Likes
Why You Should Stop Using Inter...
davidburlesonBack in 2008, I wrote a blog post Why You Should Stop Using Internet Explorer 6. It was a very long rant about IE6, how it made my life hell and why I couldn't understand why so many ePHOTOzine's users still used IE6. However, now is the time to ...
Added: 31/01/2012 - 1:09 PM | 527 Views (1 This Week) | 1 Likes
Photo 365 - Number 108 - Tulips
cattyalOops - I forgot to blog last night - well the MNC does seem to take up half the evening along with various other bits and bobs that needed doing. I did however take a few pics - of the tulips I've had in a darkened room for about a week and they...
Added: 31/01/2012 - 8:52 AM | 3477 Views (13 This Week) | 1 Likes | 2 Comments
Take it or leave it...365-57
answersonapostcardThats just the way it is tonight :D
Added: 30/01/2012 - 9:16 PM | 20 Views | 0 Likes | 2 Comments
Day 157: The proof is in the pr...
discreetphoton The reason for yesterday’s run-around was this. I was approached after a display of my work and asked for a bespoke print of my shot from Day 144. I was quite excited about this for a number of reasons. First of all, I’ve only recently sourced ...
Added: 30/01/2012 - 7:29 PM | 3741 Views (14 This Week) | 0 Likes
Day 156: “Try not. Do. Or do no...
discreetphoton We’ve spent the day doing various shopping trips, part of which involved picking up some art supplies. On returning home, my fiancee surprised me by producing a book that I’d been eyeing up in the store, which contains amongst other things a va...
Added: 30/01/2012 - 7:28 PM | 3780 Views (13 This Week) | 0 Likes
Day 155: Gremlins
discreetphoton When the weather forces you indoors, it’s best to turn to studio work. I like to have a few models on standby, and this one works for tap water. No close up filters used for this, just the tamron 18-270 PZD and a couple of small flash units....
Added: 30/01/2012 - 7:26 PM | 3984 Views (16 This Week) | 1 Likes
Day 154: Stonewall
discreetphoton One for the texture fans out there today. Just a nice simple piece of observation, and one that’s fairly typical around these parts. However, I did like the fact that a bit of careful framing drew attention to the two contrasting colours in the...
Added: 30/01/2012 - 7:25 PM | 3645 Views (13 This Week) | 0 Likes
Day 153: Hyperbole
discreetphoton Today’s shot is brought to you courtesy of one of my other beloved wastes of time: origami. This is a favourite model of mine, which takes about half an hour to make and prevents a square sheet of paper from ever lying flat again. Every fold ma...
Added: 30/01/2012 - 7:24 PM | 3821 Views (13 This Week) | 0 Likes
Project 365-152
CaptivePhotonsHis majesty, master of all he surveys. Bigger seagull here
Added: 30/01/2012 - 4:23 PM | 310 Views (3 This Week) | 0 Likes
Wet Windy Barry
BonvilstonIt hasn't been a good week for my photography. I have been doing loads of interviews, taking up most of last week. The odd day when I had time and the sun was out, I got all ready to take the most brilliant shots of my life and then realised I had no...
Added: 30/01/2012 - 4:22 PM | 296 Views | 0 Likes