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Welcome to the ePHOTOzine Members' blogs where you can find all the blog entries from our members.


  • Avatar : conrad

    So Glad I Went Digital!

    Pete's 'When' blog made me think about cameras I used to have. Before my 20D, my cameras were film models, ranging from a folding Agfa camera which I hated, to a Keystone instamatic camera, several film SLR models, even an APS film SLR, and a ver...

  • Avatar : Pete


    Which one would you choose? I was stood in a post office queue the other day. It was long. I looked around. There were two members of staff. Above the head of one was a notice - staff training. The queue is usually long, but there are usually four...

  • Avatar : cmf

    New Beginnings

    Well it's my first go at blogging. I've only just joined ephotozine, I have to say it's a lot more helpful than a lot of the other photography forums in terms of feedback and C&C. I've found a lot of other sites are pretty cliquey and you have to put...

  • Avatar : Glynn

    Here we go

    Well, i thought it was about time i started a blog. Why?, well i have several friends that are writing them and thought "why not"?, so here goes. So today it is Easter eve (if there is such a thing as Easter eve), anyway, looking forward to seeing...

  • Avatar : Henchard

    Pub Signs - Is there a point to photographing them?

    Recently (well over the last few months anyway) here in EPZ land there seems to be an outbreak of people photographing pub signs. Not photographing them in any way where the pub sign forms part of a composition - which I could understand, but just th...

  • Avatar : KathyW

    Spring has sprung...

    Everyone seems to be quite thrilled about the arrival of spring... I suppose it's nice to see the start of another growing season, although the nettles seem to be overtaking everything else now. I'm struggling to get all excited about it, but to ...

  • Avatar : Pete


    Continuing the series of Ws I guess When can come next. When did you start photography? And what made you take the leap from point and shoot snaps to it being a real hobby? I dived straight in. I started using my brother's Pentax S1a taking phot...

  • Avatar : conrad

    The Eyeborg Project

    This may be my shortest blog ever on EPZ. I'll only say that if I had one artificial eye, I would think this was a great way of using it: The Eyeborg Project. It's the (near) future, mark my words! (Well, if you have an artificial eye, that i...

  • Avatar : Pete


    As my last blog was titled Why? I thought this one could be What? What, as in "what is there in our world that is 100% satisfactory to everyone?" I ask as I read the latest thread on ePHOTOzine awards - a thread that reiterates that we cannot plea...

  • Avatar : davidburleson

    What's next for ePHOTOzine?

    It may seem that for the past few months that not much has changed on ePHOTOzine as far as developments. So what are we doing here on the Web Development team? Well, i can assure you that we are not sitting around playing computer games, eating junk ...

  • Avatar : EmzLou1980

    Understanding the atraction to an SLR

    I now have two cameras finepix 6900 and new finepix s8100fd After playing around with my new camera, I've become very frustrated with its performance and noise, but i discovered it does take a superb portrait, and has the potential to take good nigh...

  • Avatar : MattGrayson

    New stuff

    Hi everyone, I've got the Olympus E-620 coming in tomorrow and ePHOTOzine are the first to get one! I'm currently working on the Ricoh CX1 and Nikon S630 compacts with a couple of Olympus compacts in the wings and other assorted stuff waiting for me...

  • Avatar : AntHolloway

    Rushden competition

    After a few months of entering competitions on the BPE circuit I've just had my first award, a PAGB ribbon in the Rushden Open Photographic Exhibition. Well chuffed ;-)

  • Avatar : hook

    Diary of a shoot

    The new face of face photography 27th march 2009 For the past four years my photography has been getting more serious, at first I was shooting anything I could. be it landscapes, portraits, objects and insects. With access to the internet bei...

  • Avatar : conrad

    Capturing an Experience

    Some time ago I came to the conclusion that we can't capture experiences with photography, just part of what we see. So often have I taken pictures in situations which I thought were great, with stunning views, memorable scenes, etc., but even if ...