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  • Avatar : mark2uk

    On yer bike....

    Continued from previous blog....... Cycled home - nearly. Managed 16 miles then started to overheat, couldn't cool down. Phoned the missus and she came and picked me and the bike up. Not bad though managed 37 miles on the hottest day of the y...

    • Posted by : mark2uk
    •  2 Jul 2008 8:14AM
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  • Avatar : NickParry

    TFP Shoot with a model

    TFP Shoot with a model Location: Newport, Gwent I have just returned at 1.24am from travelling 250 round trip, 50 of petrol and hours travelling. Conditions: Horrendous Rain and Traffic Planning involved: Set location into Sat Nav, add ext...

  • Avatar : IanA

    Nikon D700

    A couple of years ago AP published a 'discussion' between myself and Damen DeMoulder who was then the Tech Editor. His side was taken by full frame, whilst I was defending the cropped sensor. Now yesterday I met him again (He's now the Editor of ...

  • Avatar : conrad

    I Just Don't Have The Patience

    So many great photos require a lot of patience and persistence from the photographer. I see landscapes shot at just the right light conditions, which of course meant that the photographer had to go back many times, waiting for the ideal opportunit...

  • Avatar : AngelaR

    Pictures? Maybe a few...

    The camera came out at the weekend - said what lovely weather, took a few shots and retired to the spare room, complaining it was too hot! The truth is that we had the family to visit at the weekend - so there was much dusting, polishing and hoove...

    • Posted by : AngelaR
    •  1 Jul 2008 3:02PM
    • Views : 203
  • Avatar : dwilkin

    Mamiya 645

    Just bought a Mamiya 645 Pro TL, 80mm lens, 120 Back and hood from MXV for 195 + P&P. Seriously thinking about taking this to Brighton for 1 camera, 1 Lens on Saturday! Guess where most of my disposable income is going for the next few months? ;)

  • Avatar : NickParry

    Uk Tour :)

    My UK tour starts today for 10 days :) . I have booked shoots far and wide, and I am working with some great models. Nick :)

    • Posted by : NickParry
    •  1 Jul 2008 1:18PM
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  • Avatar : dwilkin

    Busy week (for me!)

    Got a job interview tomorrow, walk round Battersea Power Station on Thursday, possible trip to Cambridge for work on Friday, and the Brighton 'One Camera, One Lens' meeting on Saturday! I'm tired just thinking about it!

  • Avatar : mark2uk

    Bike to work...

    I have been known to get out of bed at the crack of a sparrows fart and head off out with the camera to see what I can find. This morning however the sparrow farted and I got my bike out of the garage. I cycled to work this morning. So what...

  • Avatar : dianah

    Thank you to everyone

    Tarryn was born on Saturday evening and he is such a very beautiful 9 lb baby. My daughter had a really dreadful labour which was quite scarey as she is so very tiny herself. Fortunately all is well now and she came home yesterday with strict instru...

  • Avatar : john64

    The end of the first half

    Well that's the first half of the year done then. So what's happened in the last six months. I've changed jobs, now closer to home, with a company and people I've worked with before, less stress and I'm enjoying it a lot more - professionally, eve...

  • Avatar : Strobe

    s m i l e

    There was a young man from Cape Horn Who wished he had never been born And he wouldn't have been If his father had seen That the end of his rubber was torn :)

    • Posted by : Strobe
    •  30 Jun 2008 8:52PM
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  • Avatar : graceland

    Weather /Filters

    Weather Great Here Today Good for gardening ,Ground needs some rain though Thinking of getting some filters for Camera

    • Posted by : graceland
    •  30 Jun 2008 5:33PM
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  • Avatar : Photogene

    Framing with the crop tool in photoshop CS2/CS3

    Some folk use canvas size when adding a frame to an image in photoshop CS2/CS3. But there is another way of adding a frame visually instead of numerically. First set your background colour to the colour you want the frame to be, by going to photo...

    • Posted by : Photogene
    •  30 Jun 2008 12:55PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Please Check Back Sometime Soon!

    It always amazes me that some members (in fact, quite a few members, I've noticed) seem to upload or comment without checking back to see if there any reactions. This happens both in the gallery and on the forum. Someone starts a thread, asks a qu...