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Something that I have never understood

Over the years I have looked at many many photographs and one thing has puzzled more each time more than anything else – why is it important to know the F stop and shutter speed etc?   I suspect I am … Continue reading

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Suffering for my art…

Bright, flat daytime light is possibly some of the worst light for capturing images.   It makes for pleasant walking conditions, especially when there is a breeze, but capturing images – it can be a nightmare.   Today I found … Continue reading

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Blue Child…

The summer is really coming to an end now as the flowers are slowly finishing their flowering season.   Now it is time to slowly claw back all the energy and goodness from their season’s growth to help them survive … Continue reading

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Learning all the time…

Most of the day has been spent learning more about my new lens – an interesting experience and a lot of data has been stored for further use – whether this helps is another matter.   On the whole it … Continue reading

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Faces in the Garden…

Another day another test and the I am starting to understand my new lens just a little better.   The one thing that is more than abundantly clear is that it is a great addition to my current lens range … Continue reading

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Super Massive…

 

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Forests will echo…

  Strange bedfellows these two images…very strange

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