It’s that time of year again – Hursley Fireworks.
I went to see if I could get anything different from other years. Not sure I really did though…
Unfortunately I did get some rain blown from the trees on my lens, so some photos have some rain-spots (I suppose that is . . . → Read More: Hursley fireworks 2008
I recently had the opportunity to review the new Panasonic Lumix G1 Digital SLR. As there are other more detailed reviews out there, I decided to write about my impressions of using it, rather than trying to list statistics about the camera.
. . . → Read More: Panasonic Lumix G1 review
I have started doing some photography for other people, so decided I should really put some effort into how I present the photos. I thought about buying an inkjet for printing labels, but they weren’t all that cheap and from my experience with inkets in the past the ink dries out and is rather expensive . . . → Read More: LightScribe on Debian – burn your cd/dvd labels!
Vincent Laforet has a wonderful video clip showing the setup of a huge number of camera’s on remote triggers for the Olympic 100m finish line. There is a serious amount of money in all that kit.
I have been really busy recently, but have taken some photos over the past few weeks, so thought I’d share a few of them
This little toadstool was taken with a flash each side to light it up, triggered with cactus radio triggers (flashes set to about 1/16th power i think, and quite a small . . . → Read More: There’s always time for a photo
I thought it’s about time I mentioned the photos I have been taking recently
Some are random (as seen below)
I also snapped a close-up of some ants and other insects (aphids?)) eating at the stem of my sunflower. I was quite surprised at the detail I got, though admittedly it was with my . . . → Read More: Recent Photos