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  • Suffolk Poppies by StuartAt

    Haven't posted for ages, so chuffed to bits with the reaction to this. Thanks for the votes and comments and especially for the UAs.
    • 12 Jun 2018 11:27PM
  • Sea Side Rock by chris-p

    Sublime light and fantastic foreground detail. I bet it looked like it was going to be a rubbish morning too!
    • 5 Feb 2018 4:59PM
  • Orwell Bridge by ianrobinson

    Nice light and composition; like the reflection. Very local to me - didn't know about the films. There are some good shots to be had from Orwell Country Park on the other side of the river too.
    • 14 Jan 2018 1:20PM
  • Glowy 'shrooms by StuartAt

    Thanks RLF and Trevhas for the UAs
    • 12 Oct 2017 9:36PM
  • Sligachan Dawn by Tynnwrlluniau

    Happy to make this 30. Great light and dramatic composition.
    • 15 Nov 2016 9:04AM
  • Still by chris-p

    Came past here yesterday and thought I really must go and get some more shots (must be about 8 years since I last visited). Great shot, love the warm evening light.
    • 31 Jul 2016 10:15PM
  • Shelter by titchpics

    Great shot, very much sums up how I think about Aldeburgh. I knew where it was taken as soon as I saw the thumbnail.
    • 24 Apr 2016 1:45PM
  • Poppy field locations...please

    Does anyone know where to find poppies in/around Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, Bristol?
    by steve_eb | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 7
  • Interval timer

    An old thread, I know, but on an interesting subject. I'd be keen to know what lenses people use for star trail shooting; I'm guessing wide-ish, and focussing not really ...
    by aurayabear | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 10
  • Memories of 911

    I was at work in London putting together training materials and there was an email from a colleague in Manchester saying we should look at the news. The internet froze (d...
    by Chris_L | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 12
  • Are you a cyclist ? Did you watch loose women today ?

    "Loved the reaction of the motorcyclist. He was a hero in my eyes! Those men were vile and I really don't believe it was staged." I do: http://www.bbc.co.uk/new...
    by MikeRC | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 6
  • Which editing software?

    I have been using AFFINITY and very happy with it. Did not want to pay monthly to use Photoshop. BUT I came to the forum to ask a question so maybe someone will know - ...
    by andybebbs | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 56
  • Corrie McKeague

    Hmm... it seems the chap was somewhat the worse for drink. He had a nap in a shop doorway for 2 hours. Then he went into an area where refuse vehicles are located. Could...
    by StuartAt | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Demise of Picasa Albums

    I have good answers to what I require from Zoner support so am going to try their trial period. I don't want to store my photos on the cloud though realise that to send...
    by photobsfb | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 12
  • Posted on: Amazon Launches Unlimited Online Storage Plan Ideal For Photographers

    I was unaware of the Prime capability - suddenly makes Prime look more attractive (I hadn't really given online storage much thought as I figured it would be too expensive).
    • 25 Aug 2016 8:47AM
  • Posted on: Nikon D500 Announced

    Shame it didn't come a year (or two) earlier - I already jumped (from a D300) to a D750 (which is awesome).
    • 6 Jan 2016 8:44AM
  • Posted on: ePz Profile and Gallery Upgrade - Status Update

    Looking good, and I can see a lot of work has gone into the changes. As someone who works in the development industry, I know how time consuming it can be to get the code to a good place. Keep up the great work - hopefully a good platform for years to come!
    • 16 Jun 2015 2:04PM
  • Posted on: New ePHOTOzine Profile and Gallery Screenshots

    From the looks Niknut, there seems to be an option to view as the 'mosaic' or as normal layout (there is a 'view' option just above the pics).
    • 3 Mar 2015 9:33PM
  • Posted on: New ePHOTOzine Profile and Gallery Screenshots

    The changes look really worthwhile and give a much more modern look to this area of the site, which is arguably the most important on a photography site. Good work guys - looking forward to seeing it 'in the flesh'.
    • 3 Mar 2015 12:45PM
  • Posted on: ePZ's Christmas Prize Draw - Are You A Winner?

    @js12 - I've felt that way for the last few years. Hang in there and it comes good!
    • 18 Jan 2013 7:46PM
  • Posted on: ePZ's Christmas Prize Draw - Are You A Winner?

    I won a Samsung memory card - thanks ePZ! Grin
    • 18 Jan 2013 12:57PM
  • Posted on: Nikon D600 vs D800 DSLR Comparison

    Surprised to see that the D600 does not accept CF cards.
    • 13 Sep 2012 3:35PM
  • Posted on: Nikon Introduces The D600

    I agree, at this price I would probably go the extra mile and get the D800. Having said that, I'd expect the price to dip after release and the burden placed on supporting hardware (and therefore potential upgrade costs) is slightly less with 24MP images.
    • 13 Sep 2012 1:42PM
  • Posted on: Ultra Thin Lens Could Revoltionise Cameras

    I hadn't thought about the stacking potential - you could have a kit of lenses that stack in much the same way as a modular filter set. Having said that, presumably the lenses are build to focus light to a specific point in much the same way as existing lenses and therefore you would need something akin to extension tubes to make it work.
    • 30 Aug 2012 5:09PM
  • Posted on: Ultra Thin Lens Could Revoltionise Cameras

    It would be interesting to know quite how far they could take this - does it suggest you could have a 400mm lens that is flatter than a pancake lens, thus enabling hand holding in down to much slower shutter speeds. Presumably, the light gathering potential is greater too - so all lenses would be 'fast'. This will be one to watch (although I bet it is years away from any practical application).
    • 30 Aug 2012 4:24PM
  • Posted on: Outrage Over US Olympic Promo Shots

    Even with limited time, I would have hoped that any photographer worthy of this sort of gig would have been able to produce something acceptable. As has been said, these look like the raw shots from somebody who has just started out in portrait photography (and the sort of thing that would be ripe for 'constructive critiscism' if it were posted on here) rather than the final product of a professional shoot.
    • 3 Jul 2012 12:47PM
  • Posted on: Photographer Sir Simon Marsden Dies

    Loved his work - he was a real inspiration regarding IR and led me to experimenting with Hoya R72 on my Nikon Coolpix 990.
    • 8 Feb 2012 1:36PM
  • Posted on: Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds Camera

    Am I missing something? A micro 4/3 in a standard body size? Why not put an APS sensor in there? Presumably lenses could be smaller, but they don't seem to be shouting about that.
    • 8 Feb 2012 10:56AM
  • Posted on: Nikon D800 D800E DSLR Hands-On Review


    Quote:..and then charge more for not having something....seems like paying extra to get a new car with 3 wheels....


    My thoughts exactly - I still want one though!
    • 7 Feb 2012 1:41PM
  • Posted on: Nikon D800 And D800E DSLRs Announced

    So the 800E has the AA filter removed and they charge more for it! Not sure I follow that logic. Still, its nice to see it was what was predicted, but well out of my price range!

    Forgot to mention.... I want one!!! Tongue
    • 7 Feb 2012 1:30PM
  • Posted on: Nikon D300s D700 Still In Production


    Quote:Does anyone know how they fail to comply?

    LOL!!!!!

    Why!???



    The reason I was interested was pure speculation as to whether this might hasten the arrival of any replacements - if it was purely a minor tweak that made it a failure, then presumably relatively easy to rectify. If it was more fundamental it would suggest a redesign of core components - presumably easier in a new camera. Of course, if the new camera was imminent and had the same failings, then it could have the opposite effect. All slightly academic anyway, as I'm not about to buy a new camera!
    • 29 Jan 2012 6:44PM
  • Posted on: Nikon D300s D700 Still In Production

    Does anyone know how they fail to comply?
    • 27 Jan 2012 12:44PM
  • Posted on: Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G ED-IF AF-S DX Review

    I've had mine since I got it as the kit lens to the D70. It is probably my most used lens on the D300 and only now after (about 6 years) am I thinking about looking for something a bit faster. Unfortunately the 24-70 2.8 is a tad more expensive!!!
    • 24 Jan 2012 8:16PM
  • Posted on: Fujifilm X100 Black Limited Edition

    And only limited to 10,000 - very exclusive!
    • 14 Jan 2012 1:18PM
  • Posted on: Portrait Professional special offer

    I have to say that although not a big fan of PP based on the trial version, it does have a wonderful effect on hair!
    • 26 Nov 2010 7:33PM
  • Posted on: New D7000 ready to fulfil your passion

    Pricing could be an issue if this is a D90 replacement - it is virtually the same price as the D300s.
    • 15 Sep 2010 11:26AM
  • Posted on: Images from space captured on a Nikon D3S

    I wonder what their turnaround time from Nikon Service is like?!
    • 28 Jul 2010 12:54PM
  • Posted on: Litepanels introduce New MicroPro Hybrid

    Link doesn't work for me - possible should be link
    • 16 Jul 2010 12:41PM
  • Posted on: The Hoodcrane Has Landed!

    I thought this was what the viewfinder was for?!
    • 1 Jul 2010 8:46AM
  • Posted on: Pentax 645D arrives - updated 8 June 2010

    Is the sensor in this larger than an FX sensor? I assume the '1.7 times' is in relation to FX and not DX as otherwise that is an awful lot of pixels to cram in.
    • 8 Jun 2010 1:07PM
  • Posted on: Lee launch the Big Stopper

    Wonder if they'll have any at Focus?
    • 5 Mar 2010 3:24PM
  • Posted on: Universe’s history caught in a photograph

    I think it would have worked better with more foreground interest and by placing a point of interest on one of the thirds ;o)
    • 6 Jan 2010 12:05PM
  • Posted on: Government plan to change copyright law

    Strangely still says 1020, despite my name being added to the list!
    • 5 Nov 2009 6:51PM
  • Posted on: RED DSMC camera given price tag

    Doesn't look very ergonomically friendly, does it?
    • 2 Nov 2009 12:31PM

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