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AliceLuisePhotographySo i have done a little experiment that involved a laptop screen, measuring cup, polarzing filter.......interesting results! Along side doing my own coursework of reading.. always looking to learn new techniques. So today after writing a textual anayalsis on a photograph i had taken i stayed in the ...

24/05/2013 - 11:47 AM


conradAs I was writing the title to this blog post, I suddenly realised it has a double meaning. Unintentional, but nice. :-) I've had quite a few different cameras over the years, and sometimes more than one at a time. Before I went digital, the last three cameras I had were an unusual analogue S...

29/11/2011 - 4:56 PM

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bfgstewAnother project! To improve my macro photography I have been trawling the net for a macro rail and came across a brilliant, cheap solution. Further details to follow but I am excited about this, to say the least!!!!! But what came out of the initial search for the necessary equipment I came acros...

conradOkay, so I finally, finally decided to try and do something with the pictures I'd taken on my Nokia E71 mobile phone. I never used the camera on the phone very much, only a few times in situations where I was really sorry that I didn't have another camera at hand and the phone would just have to ...

18/10/2011 - 10:36 AM

Phone Photography

conrad Modern technology gives us ever more multifunctional devices, and mobile phones are an obvious example of that. Having a mobile phone with a built-in camera isn't new, they've been around for years. But enthusiastic photographers using them for (more or less) serious photography is a more r...