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  • Using Extension tubes

    "I thought the more expensive Kenko and Jessops branded ones, with the electrical contacts, meant you could auto focus and change the aperture. Now I'm not so sure! I...
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  • Canon Powershot A470 or Casio EXILIM EX-Z1080

    The Canon will take standard AA rechargeable batteries which he'd need to get separately (if he doesn't already have some) these are cheapish and easy to get hold of (an...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 3
  • Which 2 lenses???

    I use a Sigma 70-300mm F4 - 5.6 APO DG Macro lens quite a lot, upto now superb. Along with this I have the Canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 EF IS USM AF Lens again superb lens. ...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 9
  • RAW & JPEG Quality!

    If you have Photoshop CS3 you can open jpeg/tiff images in camera raw, this gives you the option of ajusting colour ballance etc using the raw options. Although as alrea...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Replacement for the Kit lens

    Jon, A good upgrade from the kit lens could be either the Sigma 17-70, which is good for the money, or the Sigma 18-50 EX f2.8. I owned a Sigma 70-300 APO, its worth th...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Using Extension tubes

    "I thought the more expensive Kenko and Jessops branded ones, with the electrical contacts, meant you could auto focus and change the aperture. Now I'm not so sure! I...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 7
  • Canon Powershot A470 or Casio EXILIM EX-Z1080

    The Canon will take standard AA rechargeable batteries which he'd need to get separately (if he doesn't already have some) these are cheapish and easy to get hold of (an...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 3
  • Which 2 lenses???

    I use a Sigma 70-300mm F4 - 5.6 APO DG Macro lens quite a lot, upto now superb. Along with this I have the Canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 EF IS USM AF Lens again superb lens. ...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 9
  • RAW & JPEG Quality!

    If you have Photoshop CS3 you can open jpeg/tiff images in camera raw, this gives you the option of ajusting colour ballance etc using the raw options. Although as alrea...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Replacement for the Kit lens

    Jon, A good upgrade from the kit lens could be either the Sigma 17-70, which is good for the money, or the Sigma 18-50 EX f2.8. I owned a Sigma 70-300 APO, its worth th...
    by jonrayner | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8

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  • Posted on MrsS's profile

    I am so glad I have stumbled across your portfolio, you have a stunning collection of images. You have a real eye for an image and I have really enjoyed going through your shots.
    Have you as a favourite now so look forward to your new work.
    Jon
    • 5 Jul 2010 7:55PM
  • Posted on jarendell's profile

    You have some fantastic images in your portfolio, I have enjoyed viewing them, in particular the B&W shots; you have very good eye for a photo. I have hopefully gained some inspiration and look forward to all future work.
    Jon
    • 17 May 2010 7:48PM
  • Posted on RonnieAG's profile

    Hi Ronnie, thanks for your comments on my tulip, it is much appreciated. It is truly a compliment when looking at your work. There are some amazing shots here, I would be proud to have shots half as good as some as these.
    Keep up the good work.
    Jon
    • 21 Feb 2010 5:38PM
  • Posted on Lillian's profile

    Fantastic portfolio. Thanks for your comments on my Cheetah shot, coming from someone with this portfolio, it is a compliment indeed. You have captured some amazing shots here, especially those lions shots - magical!
    • 4 Feb 2010 10:07PM

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