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Shuttleworth Photo Workshop

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Caveman:
Spent a day with Darren Harbar (https://www.darrenharbar.co.uk/) at Shuttleworth being told/shown how to do photography properly. I think I managed to get some good photos, but I fired off over a thousand during the day (thank you digital! I'd have been a crap film photographer) so it may still be blind luck:












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NARSES2:
Love the black and white one  :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Bristol Fighter ?


--- Quote from: Caveman on May 30, 2021, 02:18:49 am ---Spent a day with Darren Harbar (https://www.darrenharbar.co.uk/) at Shuttleworth being told/shown how to do photography properly. I think I managed to get some good photos, but I fired off over a thousand during the day (thank you digital! I'd have been a crap film photographer) so it may still be blind luck:


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Film photography ? I remember coming back from a Kenya safari circa 1980 ? with over 500 shots. The developing and printing cost more than the holiday  ;D ;)

Caveman:

--- Quote from: NARSES2 on May 30, 2021, 05:34:22 am ---Love the black and white one  :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Bristol Fighter ?

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Thanks, yes itís a brisfit. Had a good model for the shoot.

Rheged:

--- Quote from: NARSES2 on May 30, 2021, 05:34:22 am ---Love the black and white one  :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Bristol Fighter ?


--- Quote from: Caveman on May 30, 2021, 02:18:49 am ---Spent a day with Darren Harbar (https://www.darrenharbar.co.uk/) at Shuttleworth being told/shown how to do photography properly. I think I managed to get some good photos, but I fired off over a thousand during the day (thank you digital! I'd have been a crap film photographer) so it may still be blind luck:


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Film photography ? I remember coming back from a Kenya safari circa 1980 ? with over 500 shots. The developing and printing cost more than the holiday  ;D ;)

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Some of us STILL use film for fine detailed work. Using my aged F1 Nikon SLR and really slow speed film, I can just about manage the equivalent of  750 megapixels resolution..........but the developping and printing (I still do my own B&W work)  uses so much time!!

Nick:
Beeee-yoootifull! Shuttleworth is a fantastic place for photos. Having a professional show you how to do it right must be so good.

That reminds me to hurry up and get my photos sorted from the show a month ago.

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