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Showing posts from April, 2005

Beauty is all around us

Beauty is all around.

A long way to go

Been really busy dealing with computer problems, so please excuse the length of time since the last update. Sometimes we seem to have such a long way to travel to reach a solution... Paul Indigo


Just a quick thank you to the people coming to this from ephotozine , where I mentioned my blog. I appreciate your feedback, and boosted by your positive comments, I will continue updating this blog with the nuggets of useful information as I come across them. For those of you interested in learning, with Jim Miotke, provides some good articles. The site's got a selection covering the basics as well as more advanced elements. Hope you find it useful. Paul Indigo
My wife Magda in our garden today.

A beautiful day

Today was a wonderful spring day full of fresh promise. I spent quite a bit of time in the garden with my lovely wife Magda. Just signed up to post images to my blog and thought this would be an ideal opportunity to give it a go.

Something for wild Nikon owners

Excuse the terrible pun in the title. Seriously though for photographers interested in wildlife Moose Peterson's site has a wealth of information. He loves his Nikon and his site is jam packed with lots of useful stuff about cameras and lenses from the legendary manufacturer. If at this point you're a Canon owner sitting there shaking your head then scroll down to my Sunday, March 20, 2005 entry, where I've listed a site for you. If you've any questions please don't hesitate to click on my name below to send me an email. Paul Indigo

Interesting websites

If you'd like to know more about photographic processes and types of prints then the V&A have an excellent website. The site gives a series of great explanations of processes used to make the photographs. Click here to visit . Hope to add more soon to my blog, but got so much on at the moment I don't which way is up.