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bio website flickr.com/drewm
location Maidenhead, United Kingdom
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
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Director and Senior Developer at UK web development agency edgeofmyseat.com

Photography is what I do for fun.


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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Quorum
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comment Reputable Rental Suppliers in the UK?
I often rent from Lenses For Hire - I've found the service to be excellent. They don't have a store front, but you can arrange to collect in person in Maidenhead.
Sep
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment How do Canon's pricing tiers work with new models?
Buying the outgoing model at a discount is a really great strategy for those working to a budget. When the 60D hits the streets, retailers will start clearing stock of the 50D. That's a great time to pick up a bargain on a 50D.
Aug
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comment Is it possible to convert a film SLR to digital?
The title of this question would be better phrased as "Is it possible to convert a film SLR to digital?"
Aug
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
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accepted What is the inverse-square law, and how does it apply to lighting for photography?
Aug
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answered Apple Aperture or Adobe Lightroom: which is better for post processing RAW photos?
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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revised What are the pros and cons of using an optical trigger for external lighting?
Additional con for pre-flash issues.
Aug
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answered How to adjust high contrast edges in Aperture 3
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awarded  Student
Aug
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asked What is the inverse-square law, and how does it apply to lighting for photography?
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awarded  Teacher
Aug
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comment Is there a trick to shooting large group portraits without blinkers?
This is also great for getting that 'rabbit in the headlights' look. Not usually desirable for formal portraits, but sometimes works well for fashion!
Aug
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answered What are the pros and cons of using an optical trigger for external lighting?
Aug
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comment What are the advantages of the Canon 580EX II over the 430EX II?
I would argue that once you need the sophistication of the triggering options the 580 offers, you'll soon hit the limitations of the optical system and will want radio triggers. I'd choose the 580 for its power and speed, not for its role as a master flash in a multi-flash setup.
Aug
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awarded  Supporter