Revolutionising Tripods: The Benro Theta Is An Auto-Levelling Travel Tripod



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  • Glasgow Through My Window by Ken_fuji

    Thanks. Glad someone remembers. Smile
    • 21 Jun 2013 2:27PM
  • Panama City in HDR by gnovey

    Breathtaking! Grin
    • 28 Oct 2012 2:12AM
  • The West Wind Moves. by Buffalo_Tom

    This is an extraordinary image. You feel as if you could almost walk into the scene, such is the excellence of the definition and perspective. I love the beautiful contrast between the smooth, glossy foreground, and the jagged, rustic appearance of the rockface. The misty look of the sky completes the composition perfectly. This really is stunning photography. Thank you for sharing. Smile

    • 21 Apr 2012 10:20AM
  • Drip Drop by Lucy_Locket

    Excellent depth of field, and superb clarity of detail. Good timing to get this capture. The blurred background works really well in enhancing the image. A quality shot.

    Take care,
    • 20 Mar 2011 6:23PM
  • Zildjian cymbal by Ken_fuji

    • 3 Mar 2011 6:04PM
  • Drummer girl by Grampy

    I love this shot. It combines my two loves. Wink There's a touch of humour in the picture too. It's also an imaginative shot, with a great feeling of movement and freedom.

    The model is very beautiful, and I like the pose. It adds to that sense of motion and energy. The girl seems to be surrounded by a shadow or reflection, which adds a touch of the surreal. Furthermore, it suggests that she is flying through the air - thus adding to the feeling of movement.

    This is eye-catching and creative artwork. Well captured.

    Take care,
    • 22 Feb 2011 10:02AM
  • New Snare by Ken_fuji

    Thanks for looking.

    • 17 Feb 2011 10:57AM
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  • RUSH Tickets London Oct 9th

    Hi, I'm afraid I can't help you my friend, but I just wanted to say I was listening to RUSH when they just started. I remember the day I bought "Caress Of Steel" (LP o...
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  • What happens when you die?

    Sorry for not replying to all the replies made on my original post, both humourous and serious, been a bit out of sorts for a few days and haven't been able to get online...
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  • I ask you

    "Recon I would get better results that way Jas ;)" Wot!!! After all the advice you get on this site? !!!! (I mean the one's that say "a little more contras...
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  • Eats, Shoots and Leaves etc.

    Send an emale to 10 Downham Streat )-:
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  • Star Trek

    Got it. Brilliant video. Thank you John. Anthony
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  • Multiple ePHOTOzine user accounts

    "Yeah, you're right it is a bit trivial and there are far bigger things to worry about. " and where do people from seaside towns go for their summer holidays?
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  • system works

    "...because i thought they were the best" You were not misguided Ian. At one time, their products were 'the must have' when it came to maintaining your PC but...
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  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    Thanks for the kind comment Victor. Best wishes to you and the family.

    Take care,
    • 25 Aug 2009 8:20AM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    Thanks for commenting on my work Victor. You're very kind.

    Take care,
    • 5 Nov 2008 8:17PM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    Thanks for the support Victor. It means a lot.

    Look after yourself my friend, and best wishes to the family too.

    • 9 May 2008 7:10AM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    Many thanks for the kind comment Victor. I hope you had a good New Year, and wish you and the family all the best for 2008.

    • 16 Jan 2008 5:33AM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    Hello Victor,

    How are you my friend?

    Sorry I haven't been in touch. Things are still very difficult. To try and cheer myself up, I bought a new camera - a NIKON D40. I still have to learn how to work it, but hopefully it'll encourage me to get back into photography.

    Best wishes to you and the family,
    • 28 Aug 2007 6:05AM
  • Posted on thorn's profile

    Thank you for your support and friendship Ann. Please forgive for not commenting as much as I used to, but I can see continual progress in your Artwork.

    Take care,

    • 6 Jun 2007 10:43AM
  • Posted on A Booth's profile

    Hello Alan,

    Remember me? Well, I'm back. Just passing through though. Glad to see those wonderful early shots of "Jessie" are still in your portfolio.

    Take care my friend.

    • 20 Apr 2007 2:39PM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    I just wanted to thank Victor - for everything. I feel so privileged to know a person like you. Good health to you and the family. Ken.
    • 26 Nov 2006 11:03AM
  • Posted on bliba's profile

    Hello ollie. You honour me with your generous comments. You are a very skilled photographer. Your shots are simply so stylish and evocative. I love how you are so adept at capturing so much atmosphere in all your images. You should pursue this area of work. I already thought you were a Professional photographer; such is the quality of your work.

    I notice you have a love for Single Malts. I don't drink anymore, but used to love them. "Highland Park 25 year old", "Lagavulin 43% 16 year old", "Bunnahabhain 12 year old", and the wonderful "Bruichladdich 10 year old". I loved them all. The more peaty, the better!

    I wish you good health and happiness for the future. I am sure you will go far.

    Best wishes,

    • 4 Apr 2006 7:45AM
  • Posted on foot_loose's profile

    Hi. Interesting and varied portfolio. I must have a good look soon.

    I saw your name on the "forums" asking about computers. I avoid entering forums so I hope you don't mind this message. Regarding computers - I'd say get one custom built. A friend built mine for me. He only wanted money for the parts and I got a super machine! Saved a couple of grand too.

    I'll have a good look through your Art now.

    Best wishes,

    • 4 Apr 2006 4:35PM

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