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    New Camera........

    I will be learning to use my new Sony A6000...............

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    I bought a GoPro6 Black Hero camera.
    A spur of the moment - 1 click purchase on the internet.
    It’s an action camera that I’m thinking of selling - all offers considered.

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    I think you can tell by the fact that yours is the only response to my camera post, that the amount of people interested in photography here amounts to.............practically nil

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    I love photography, only got my iPhone though. Would show you a pic I took of the sunrise this morning, however don’t know how or if you can put pics on here.

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    View from my landing thi morning.

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    One of the pics I took

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    I think photography allows people to get creative and learn about composition. I joined a local photographic society when I bought my first \point and shoot' digital camera. The maximum size image you could take was 3 mega pixels - which is really small in comparison to wat's about today.

    However, I took lots of pictures at an open air museum called 'Beamish' that's up North.

    I created a montage of several photos in photoshop and put it into the local Annual photo competition - it wiped the floor with all entries winning
    - best open class photo
    - best colour print and
    - overall winner of all three categories as the best photo

    I got three cups and a box of photographic paper!

    I was on a learning curve as the montage took me about 10 hours to create but it was worth it. Very satisfying.

    In a few weeks time I'm attending a disabled persons photo club where we will try out studio photography - it sounds promising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelob View Post
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    One of the pics I took
    Oops, looks like you were doing your excersises and stood on your head?

    I still prefer my 35mm film (yes film not digital) kit.
    When you only have 36 pics on a roll (and you cant see the results before you develop it) you put a lot more thought into your composition before pressing the button.
    I'm intelligent enough to know that I don't know everything.
    But I'm good at searching for, and finding, stuff.


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    Lol I was, not sure why that happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighttouch View Post
    I think photography allows people to get creative and learn about composition. I joined a local photographic society when I bought my first \point and shoot' digital camera. The maximum size image you could take was 3 mega pixels - which is really small in comparison to wat's about today.

    However, I took lots of pictures at an open air museum called 'Beamish' that's up North.

    I created a montage of several photos in photoshop and put it into the local Annual photo competition - it wiped the floor with all entries winning
    - best open class photo
    - best colour print and
    - overall winner of all three categories as the best photo

    I got three cups and a box of photographic paper!

    I was on a learning curve as the montage took me about 10 hours to create but it was worth it. Very satisfying.

    In a few weeks time I'm attending a disabled persons photo club where we will try out studio photography - it sounds promising.

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    Brilliant well done, wish their was something like that around me?

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    Impressive Beamish compilation ! I can see why it won on all counts..........

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