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Th Blog of an Alevel Photography Student Part 41


Semi pro photographer who has dabbled in photographing cars, weddings , animals and portraits.
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Th Blog of an Alevel Photography Student Part 41

28 May 2013 3:01PM   Views : 633 Unique : 508

Sorry i haven't blogged in a while been very busy studying for my ICT exam and also driving theory yay... just over a two weeks and ill be starting my A2 photography course which should be good. On half term at the moment but most of my time is spent at work.. the joys of paying for driving lessons and car insurance.

I recently bought a cokin p057 filter which make stars on lights however cannot really use it just yet its not dark enough.. still haven't been paid for this wedding i did, the mother of the bride was suppose to come two sundays ago to pick the photographs up but hasn't. So is supposedly coming tomorrow i hope. Upgraded my back up also to a 1tb external hard-drive instead of memory sticks.

My old ICT teacher and keen photographer came into work the other day it was nice to catch up and talk about how life had changed.

In the town where i live there is a facebook page where people post old photographs of the town and some are really interesting i love film photographs so detailed.

Ill try blog soon guys!

Tags: Photography Project Student Exam A level


dudler Plus
19 2.0k 1975 England
30 May 2013 9:59PM
In Barmouth is Wales, someone started a project for old photos and memories: important history, as at each meeting they were recording a couple of people who had died since the last one. History passes: when I was your age, there were quite a few people around who had served in World Way I: now those who were in the forces in 1945 are getting fewer.

Cokin... I have loads, and have used most once or twice... One day, there wil lbe no-one who remembers the Cokin Revolution!

You don't necessarily need dark for the filter: jsut point light sources. Try it with the sun in frame, perhaps (but be careful not to look directly at the image in the viewfinder...) Or just point at a light at night...

The hard drive is a good way to go. I now fill one a year. Somehow, it still feels less secure than a file of negatives!

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