Save & earn with MPB; trade-in and buy pre-loved

Activity

jamsa

...Read More
Profile

A quick view of jamsa's recent activity.

  • Misty Sunset 2 by jason_e

    lovely shot...well presented too
    • 18 Dec 2008 7:42PM
  • What Snow? by jimbo75

    Nice humerous thought!
    • 10 Feb 2007 8:32AM
  • Remember for today.. by jamsa

    The red flecks were an attempt to create the explosion of the poppy with the newly cretaed bullet hole, similar to blood splattering, as well as the dripping lettering at the top.
    The B&W background was for the WW1 Images which are mostly in B&W and to highlight the Poppy colour.
    Thanks for the ideas though.
    • 13 Nov 2006 8:28AM
  • Church Street! by jamsa

    Thanks, I will!
    • 1 Oct 2006 9:10AM
  • train...(2) by korni

    well done with creative work.
    • 28 Sep 2006 7:05AM
  • Exhausted flight by jamsa

    The "delta" shape in the clouds a lucky flook.
    I could not get any more colour or detail on the jet as it was so close to the sun but I can't grumble.
    • 17 Sep 2006 8:01PM
  • Mono Sunset by lcmerrin

    Nice mono moody shot.
    • 14 Sep 2006 9:21PM
  • Posted on: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Full Review


    Quote:

    Likewise I keep the clip-on flash in place at all times; it adds little to the bulk but is handy to have.




    Is this still shower proof with the flash always on the mount?
    • 16 Oct 2013 7:30PM
  • Posted on: Sport Photography Tips

    Paintballing is one sport where the speed of the ball is very high, the running shooting player also is hard to keep in focus for every frame. I have found also that the low shots, and getting in close works best but it also stings as you get hit in the process...the camera is well wrapped though. I will take hundreds of images in a day and get half a dozen good ones, thanks for the good tips ...freezing a paintball in flight, the paintbal lbreaking on a pair of goggles or getting the "streak of flight" of a paintball the hardest thing I have tried to capture.
    • 28 Mar 2012 4:16PM
  • Posted on: Olympus SZ-30MR Super Zoom Review

    MarioV, quiet agree I saw a lot of "wobble" with early videos posted on youtube by other users of the camera..either they were using a slow memory card or were very unstable with hadn held videography.
    I wonder though if firmware updates are possible with the 30-MR?
    • 1 Jul 2011 4:50PM
  • Posted on: Olympus SZ-30MR Super Zoom Review

    I have emailed Olympus re my concerns and have sent them some examples of images i have taken with an e-3 and the 30-MR.
    Having taken some more images in various option I find that when i press the shutter release button half way the image looks great as the camer displays the "anticipated" result, when you press to take the image the exposure is not the same it changes on the screen by a good stop or two and thats the image you get!!
    • 1 Jul 2011 1:40PM
  • Posted on: Olympus SZ-30MR Super Zoom Review

    I have had this little camera for less than a week and although i have an Olympus E-3 and three lenses, this ones is small and easy to transport for any time. I would however say that in bright sunlight I am finding images washed out, and too much over exposure. There are two meter modes spot and ESP, both had the same problem. Yesterday i shot a red poppy with the E-3 and the SZ-30MR ..the MR made it look pale and maybe a tad orange. If i wanted the true colour then Id have to use the E-3.
    So I am still working through the options and trialling it so might post up in a week or two with more opinions.
    Still like the superzoom , resolution and full HD option though and enough to keep the camera.
    The zoom motor is a noisy thing on video though and as said here a tripod a must for the longer zoom.
    • 28 Jun 2011 4:27PM
  • Posted on: New features for Clikpic members

    I have been using Clikpic.com for months now..it's easy to set up a site, easy to make changes and I get around 40 visitors a week and have done no advertising to speak of!!
    • 14 Jun 2006 8:03AM

Limited to latest 30 results.

  • Posted on Phil_Restan's profile

    I am going to have to take a day off soon so you can show me the best spots. The selection you have is awsome.
    • 2 Feb 2006 3:35AM
  • Posted on chase's profile

    Simply a lovely set of pictures..putting my ones to shame!
    • 27 Jan 2006 10:46AM
  • Posted on Paul_cats's profile

    Drop me a line..I can send you loads more of the Riggs at Sunset etc..
    • 11 Feb 2006 3:58AM
  • Posted on kengreen's profile

    I see your work is very nice...you have a similar "eye" to me for photographic opportunities. I also like close up and ice work too!
    Your portfolio deserves the praise..good work.
    • 17 Jan 2006 10:43PM
  • Posted on kengreen's profile

    I have just looked at the link you sent me and uploaded to the work bench the "orapple" shot...thanks for the details.
    • 27 Feb 2006 10:40PM
  • Posted on MoWiz's profile

    You have an excelent portfolio and there is nothing i can teach you..in fact its the other way around and i have taken photos for years!
    • 2 Mar 2006 10:50PM
  • Posted on simon butterworth's profile

    Nice work! Simply good pictures.
    • 11 Jan 2006 11:27PM
  • Posted on ColouredImages's profile

    I have previously said.."if i had an ounce of your talent id be happy! I mean it...
    thanks
    • 27 Jan 2006 9:33AM
  • Posted on Sezz's profile

    Its been said already but you have a lovely selection here...good luck for plenty more.
    • 3 Mar 2006 12:51PM
  • Posted on A Booth's profile

    I like your work and envy your studio work too. I would like to do some model work just because I have phtographed almost everything else over the years.
    You have shown how it should be done!
    • 7 Mar 2006 8:06AM
  • Posted on jacquienewsham's profile

    You have an excellent collection here and deserve the compliments you are receiving...keep up the good work.
    • 3 Mar 2006 1:13PM
  • Posted on chase's profile

    Having just discovered your portfolio id just like to say thanks for your comments with my recent flower posting but also your photos of flowers are stunning!
    • 12 Feb 2006 10:50AM
  • Posted on jimbo_t's profile

    I like your portofolio, epsecially the macro images.
    As soon as I can afford a macro lens i shall be doing the same.
    • 20 Jan 2006 2:31AM
  • Posted on jeanie's profile

    However much I would like to award votes to all of your work I simply would not have time to do them all...but congrats on such lovely work. I live up here and still have so much to snap at!
    • 25 Feb 2006 11:31AM

Limited to latest 30 results.