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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    27 of 52 - Part 1 - Newbiggin Picture Post

    Not a cloud in the sky this morning saw me get off my backside, get a flask of hot oxo filled, into the shoulder bag along with the SX50 then away to the bus stop and wait for the Newbiggin bus which was bang on time. Got off the bus then straight o...

  • Avatar : conrad

    The Tangerine Test

    As I wrote recently, I've been given an old analogue Canon EOS Rebel SLR. It came with a cheap standard zoom lens, a 35-80mm. I also told you that I have a new acquaintance, someone who fiddles with lenses. Handy little man. He fixed my 50mm 1....

    • Posted by : conrad
    •  29 Dec 2011 4:15PM
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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 108: Forth Rail Bridge unveiled

    The morning after the wedding, the the snow from the day before had all disappeared. There was a lovely softness to the light though, so I was really keen to visit the waterfront at South Queensferry. I lived within ten miles of the Forth Rail B...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 46: a sense of speed

    It was inevitable that I would do a zoom blur with the Tamron 18-270mm at some point. With so much range to play with, you can get a really even effect, with some nice long streaks. Iíve cropped for composition, as you will only ever get the ...

  • Avatar : conrad

    No 10mm Prime?

    Most serious photographers, both professionals and enthusiastic amateurs, would agree that using a prime lens often has advantages over using a zoom. Although there are exceptions, many prime lenses beat their zoom counterparts in quality, and many a...