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  • Avatar : Viccyb

    Olympus OM40 Lenses

    Hi, Can anyone tell me if the old OM40 lenses will fit directly onto any of the new DSLR Olympus range. I have a few and am looking to upgrade, not sure if its worth doing it this way or buying totally new. If anyone has any information please or ...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 84: Pushing the limits for low light

    Letís get this out of the way first. If youíre reading this and youíre not a photographer, you should probably just skip to the pictures. Iím about to lose some of my readers with some technical jargon. Sorry about that. Today youíre going to ...

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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 33 - stuff

    A non-event photographically speaking today - my hands were too full to play on the way home and this evening seems to have disappeared. I did have a quick play earlier - not brilliant but I'm determined not to miss a day. Better luck tomorrow ho...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-78

    Balls! Squishy balls to be precise. I put some of my re-hydrated ball things on a light table and took a few pics. Uploaded a larger version to the group with permission.

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  • Avatar : JanieB43

    Image Publication

    After my success in Photoplus magazine I'm to have some of my Fine Art floral photography published in Digital SLR Photography magazine in the January issue. I'm very excited about this and will keep you posted when to look out for it.

    • Posted by : JanieB43
    •  17 Nov 2011 8:18AM
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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 83: A prior engagement...

    A prior engagement Ten years ago, I innocently gave a friend a stitch-bound notebook with her favourite poem on the front. She was a little upset, and I wanted to cheer her up. We went our separate ways, and hardly spoke over the next six yea...

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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 32 - On the way home

    My very first night-time shot with my lovely new Fuji X10 - I stuck it on EXR Auto and hoped for the best. The setting it chose took a series of exposures and combined them - ISO 3200 1/27 sec exposure. Not at all bad - I'm happy :) Just resized...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-77

    Cycling home alog the Promenade in Brighton I was on the lookout for my picture of the day. I already had in mind a picture of Brighton Pier but I couldn't get the shot I wanted, so I carried on to the refurbed Bandstand. An old favourite but still p...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 82: Reading between the lines

    Reading between the lines I spend my Tuesday evenings in Rotherham College of Art and Technology, and I think that itís (unsurprisingly) a building with lots of photographic potential: geometric patterns and lines; bold colours and loads o...

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  • Avatar : bfgstew

    80 - 365

    Renovation. On our market square, loads have happened over the last 2 to 3 years, including this, the Town Hall having a face lift, it is completely covered in scaffolding and protective sheets during the work. Also the War memorial was renovated ...

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    • Posted by : bfgstew
    •  15 Nov 2011 9:53PM
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  • Avatar : bfgstew

    79 - 365

    Shadow. A simple shot tonight of the weight of one of our wind chimes. I like the effect that the shadow gives of elongation on the string and shrinkage on the weight.

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    • Posted by : bfgstew
    •  15 Nov 2011 9:47PM
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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 32 - Dead Fly

    My new Fuji X10 arrived today and what I wanted to try tonight was the super macro setting. I figured it if was half as good as the super macro on my old Fuji S7000 then I'd be happy. I think it did ok. Granted the pic seems a tad hazy but I'll ...

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  • Avatar : CaptivePhotons

    Project 365-76

    I needed a quick fix tonight, (work, work, busy, busy) so I collared the ever willing Taz the Cat again. Who nose how well this one will do?! Larger version in the group

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 81: Tom quit peeping...

    ... the day Anne Widdecombe moved in. Making use of some props (make that ďtoysĒ) I found when clearing out my parentsí loft recently. Shot at 18mm with the zoom lock on to prevent the lens from creeping. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 18...

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  • Avatar : bfgstew

    77 - 365

    A close shave. I have wet shaved for most of my life, but last year I decided to get an electric razor. Until now I never really looked at it, it is just a 'thing' to get rid of stuble. ButI looked this morning whilst shaving and found it quite a...

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    • Posted by : bfgstew
    •  14 Nov 2011 10:21PM
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