Image of the Week #13

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This week in image of the week (week 13 lucky for some!): This was taken with my usual Traveler DC-5080 in late afternoon, on a very windy day. I had just walked through a lovely piece of untouched wind blown sand and thought I would take a photo of it with the sun in the background. I don’t know about …

Photography 101 – First Lesson?

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Did anyone else go over to the Digital Photography School blog on Monday and read Neil Creek’s first lesson of the Photography 101 course. Light and the Pinhole camera? I did and I found it really interesting. He is starting with the basics of how photography works which I like. Because the better the foundation and knowledge of how photography …

TPB Monthly Round Up #2

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It’s time for TPB (The Photographer Blog) monthly round up, I can’t believe it’s the end of the month already. This month I have enjoyed exploring other photographers sites, here are three of my favorites: Natalie Norton Photos, I first read a guest post that Natalie had done on the Digital Photography School blog. I like her style, she has …

Do You Have a Flickr Account?

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I have to admit I didn’t know anything about Flickr until very recently. The first thing I learned was that it is part of the Yahoo Group, and I learned that when I heard about Microsoft putting a bid in for Yahoo. So why am I interested now? Well it’s not because Microsoft may be taking over. I am going …

What is ISO in Photography?

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ISO in Photography Back in ye old days when I had a film camera (crikey I sound old!), ISO in photography was to do with how sensitive the film was to light. I generally used ISO 100, 200 and 400, for bright conditions, cloudy conditions and all round conditions respectively. But if you wanted to change your ISO when using …