Monthly Archives: August 2019

Follow-up on close up photography

This is partly to test out how my posts get displayed in facebook, and partly to follow up a comment about the technicalities of close-up photography. This is to show that it is quite feasible to get good detail with … Continue reading

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Equipment update August 19

After 5 years of experiments with cameras and lenses, this is the combination I have now: Camera – Canon EOS 5Dmk4 Camera – Sony RX10 mk4 Lens – Canon 400 f4 DO mk2 Lens – Canon 16-35 f2.8 L Lens … Continue reading

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It’s all in the detail

This is the time of year when the main attraction is largely missing. The birds are hiding away moulting. The animals too are hidden in the dense undergrowth of summer. This is when the insects, spiders and all the other … Continue reading

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Islands and Trees – Scotland 2019

For months now I have been planning another trip to Scotland. This time it will be in September because I have undertaken to do a week’s work for this organisation: https://treesforlife.org.uk/support/volunteer/  So far all I know is that I will … Continue reading

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A Fresh Start

This website was closed down in June. It was costing me £12 a month and hardly anyone was looking at it.  I wrote a “Last Post” but never posted it. Here it is now: I’m very proud of this website. … Continue reading

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