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  • Avatar : xanda

    Episode 7

    I go on quite a lot about not directing models and I started to think again about why that is. To be honest I think about most things more than is strictly necessary and some things to the point of obsession. I am obsessed. I have tried, as much a...

    • Posted by : xanda
    •  17 Jul 2008 4:13PM
    • Views : 225
  • Avatar : mark2uk

    More bathroom....

    Heated towel rail in yesterday. Pain in the blooming arse having to drain the whole central heating system to do it though. Put the heating on last night to check all is well ..........................and it works! A little too well, nearly bur...

    • Posted by : mark2uk
    •  17 Jul 2008 1:19PM
    • Views : 600
  • Avatar : conrad

    I Love ePHOTOzine because...

    ... it offers every photography enthusiast something - from beginner to professional, and everyone in between. ... I still learn from other people's photos, comments and modifications. ... it's chock-full of useful information. ... the optim...

  • Avatar : xanda

    Episode 6

    One of my most lasting impressions from this morning's little hospital adventure was of the radiographer. I relate this because, after all, a radiographer is a kind of photographer. Having been...er...prepared by the radiologist and nurse, the lights...

    • Posted by : xanda
    •  16 Jul 2008 1:25PM
    • Views : 217
  • Avatar : john64

    Operation Countdown

    I know I said I wouldn't mention it again, but... I have just had the date for my knee op confirmed. 26th September. I now have just another 72 potentially sleepless nights. I've got plenty to keep my mind off it though. Between now and then I'm o...

  • Avatar : mark2uk

    The Bathroom saga cont....

    The new bath is in :) Helen used it late last night and commented on how comfortable it is. I like reading in the bath so if it is as comfortable as she says I may have to install a small reading light in the corner ;). Shower tray sould be fit...

    • Posted by : mark2uk
    •  16 Jul 2008 11:32AM
    • Views : 106
  • Avatar : CathyI

    To dive or not to dive - part 2

    Happily, this time it was "to dive"! Yes, although my ears are still popping occasionally, I can now dive again - hurrah! We didn't go down particularly deep this time, but we saw lots of shoals of little fish and a perch that was about 30 cm long! A...

    • Posted by : CathyI
    •  16 Jul 2008 10:59AM
    • Views : 344
  • Avatar : Gary_Williams

    50mm - experiment a success.

    Well the rain held off, and the Kent County Show remained dry, if not a great summers day. The experiment of taking the 50mm was a success in my eyes. After parking the car the first 'exhibit' was the classic cars, traction engines & vintage truc...

  • Avatar : xanda

    Episode 5

    I've spent most of today preparing for my trip to Crawley Hospital. It's one of those things you just have to do: following the instructions to the letter. I'm not going into details here but if anyone else has ever been acquainted with 'Picolax'...y...

    • Posted by : xanda
    •  15 Jul 2008 8:38PM
    • Views : 266
  • Avatar : paulsimmons

    Ok so lets give this a try

    I will try and wrote as ofteb as i can in here , you will have to excuse my ramblings as there will be a few.

    • Posted by : paulsimmons
    •  15 Jul 2008 7:15PM
    • Views : 179
  • Avatar : graceland

    IM Home !!

    Back after great Break ,weather was not as best as it could have been ,but hay ho

    • Posted by : graceland
    •  15 Jul 2008 5:55PM
    • Views : 359
  • Avatar : conrad

    Over-photographed? No, Over-Criticised!

    For the umpteenth time, the Victor Meldrews among our members are using a thread about landscape photography to complain about certain locations, which in their view are over-photographed. Ranging from Black Rock Cottage and the Buachaille Etive M...

  • Avatar : mark2uk

    wii fit update

    Well, its been three weeks now since the wii fit arrived in our household. A lot of people say it is just a gimmick and I must agree some of the activities etc are a bit of fun more than anything else. BUT..... it does mean we don't just sit th...

  • Avatar : Pete

    A new camera feature

    We've seen some great features appearing in digital cameras and one thing that really impressed me recently on a Sony camcorder with touch screen has brought me to develop the concept for Combined Intelligent Spot metering (CISM) It's my thought for ...

  • Avatar : MediumSizeUnavailable

    Mr. Henson and a Girl Named Noemi

    Bill Henson is an Australian photographer whose work I got to know recently because of the controversy surrounding an exhibition of his photos, which contained nude images of underaged kids. I was very impressed by what I managed to see of him onli...