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Lancastrian ex-pat, living in Haworth, West Yorkshire.


Jul
14
answered Dark zone appearing on pictures when using an external flash
Jul
4
revised Is this blue tint because of the film or the process?
Updated, having thought more about it overnight.
Jul
3
answered Is this blue tint because of the film or the process?
Jul
2
comment How to get beautiful even and soft lighting on face?
Not only does cutting them out remove pointers to the lighting used, it looks really creepy!
Jun
18
answered Should I store my 35mm rolls in the fridge?
Jun
17
awarded  Commentator
Jun
17
comment How do I capture the moon and its surrounding context?
@JohannesD good point... I've edited the answer to reflect your comment.
Jun
17
revised How do I capture the moon and its surrounding context?
deleted 1 character in body
Jun
15
answered How do I capture the moon and its surrounding context?
Jun
15
answered Why does using the flash mess up the white balance?
May
31
comment Reduce photo size to less than 20kb
JPEG isn't at all well suited to compressing line graphics; you'll get better in terms of both quality and compression from GIF or PNG files for those.
May
29
answered What is required to trigger an optical slave?
May
26
comment Product photography, wine bottles, recommended light setup on a budget
Second this. As you'll see in the book, you need to light (or not light) the edges of the bottles to give them definition.
Feb
11
answered What would be the right way to shoot a portrait in a very dark room with flash?
Jan
4
awarded  Yearling
Dec
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
17
answered How to make a glass bottle glass look like glass?
Nov
28
answered Where can I buy high quality greetings cards blanks in the UK?
Nov
21
answered Tips for shooting playing cards?
Sep
27
comment Is it possible to take a long exposure photograph during daytime?
Are you confusing "time lapse" with "long exposure"? Time lapse is usually a series of photos taken at intervals, which is then assembled into a video to speed up something that happens slowly - eg a seed germinating. It sounds more like you a looking to achieve a longer exposure - such as would show vehicle light trails at night. However, note that if you use too long an exposure then passing traffic will effectively disappear completely from the photo, leaving an empty-looking street. You could try a slow-ish exposure, and add a pop of second curtain flash to try and highlight a car.