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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    To Filter Or Not To Filter?

    That is indeed the question. Argument 1: Why spend a fortune on a carefully computed lens just to add a piece of inferior glass in front of it? Argument 2: We need to protect the front of the lens in case it gets damaged. Better to replace a filter t...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    ADAPS Year Book 2018-2019

    [photo] Yes, it's that time of year again and the eleventh ADAPS Year Book has been done, printed and delivered via Blurb Books. Since I started doing this it has certainly become easier and quicker and now a book can be assembled within a long day, ...

  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Bridging passion

    Hello friends. The picture was taken while I was taking a stroll with my full frame, fully automatic Nikon RD2 35mm film camera, equipped with a fixed Nikon 35mm lens. It was loaded with the now discontinued Kodak Professional BW400CN film which pr...

  • Avatar : EddieAC

    Determined to pose

    [photo] There are times when I take out the DSLR and seem to stick out like a sore thumb. Other times I will have the camera out and nobody seems to notice. We took our six year old son to Brighton after school on a Friday so he could play on the ...

  • Avatar : ade_mcfade

    Portrait professional 17

    Anyone shooting portraits out there? here's my heads-up on Portrait Professional 17 It's total marmite - people seem to be very angry with the results - but are they just being angry for the sake of it? See how I edit a shot of Emily with it... a...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Top of St Paul's

    Had a good tryout of the new compact camera today, the Lumix TZ100. Very impressed. This shot was taken at full zoom of the very top gallery of St Paul's, then cropped heavily to show the people. It's not perfect, but pretty good. And it's the jp...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Cedar of Lebanon

    There's a really huge and old cedar tree in our local park but I've never before noticed any fruit on it. I never even realised they grew cones. :$ Anyway, took a shot of a new cone yesterday. They're huge. This one's about 3 x 4 1/2 inches. [ph...

  • Avatar : SueLeonard

    Bryan F. Peterson workshop

    Canít wait until the weekend - on Friday we fly to Amsterdam to take part (starting Saturday) in a Photography Workshop being run by the brilliant American photographer Bryan Peterson. We booked this nearly a year ago and now itís here - Amsterdam h...

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    A new addition.....

    ...... to my kit, a M4/3 reverse ring lens adapter. Splashed out £3 for the item. Hereís a couple of trial pics using my Olympus 25mm f1.8 lens reversed. Not a bad result ..... cheaper than buying a macro lens. I think Iíll have another for th...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Powerboat Racing at Carr Mill - the Return

    A really gorgeous day, and the perfect opportunity to have some more practice at shooting powerboats at Carr Mill. I've pulled a back muscle, so decided to travel lighter than usual and used the Pentax K-3 II, coupled with the SMC Pentax-DA 55-300mm ...

  • Avatar : Achall14

    Help black streak on my pictures

    Hi, when I take pictures I have a big black streak on my pictures. I took my lense off and behind the mirror there are some black strips. It appears one is fallen down?? Anyone help me. Can this be fixed!! I attached pictures to show what I am talkin...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    We Meet the Laird of Balgonie Castle

    There are some places that hold a certain magic and it's truly wonderful to stumble unexpectedly on one of these rare treasures. But such is the nature of Balgonie castle in the Kingdom of Fife. We stumbled across this remote place and found ourselve...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Scotland's Secret Bunker

    Just follow the signs to the Secret Bunker and you'll arrive at a house. Under the house is the secret cold war bunker that was to house Those In Charge in the event of nuclear war. Of course, officialdom can't resist putting up signs, so I wonder if...