I needed a break from editing wedding photographs this afternoon, as my eyes were beginning to get just a little bit heavy and my bum was sore from sitting at the computer for too long.
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I had a great afternoon today, and spent it with my mates Mike Groake and Nobby North.
We’ve been trying to get together for weeks, but work commitments and holidays have been getting in the way, so it was good to eventually meet up.
Both Mike and Nobby are fairly new to using DSLR’s, but were keen to learn more and improve their photography, so I agreed to spend a few hours with them to help them along the winding path to taking better photographs.
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I’m a huge fan of Creative Live, and I’ve been supporting and following their photography and software instructors since the very first broadcast.
It’s a free on-line resource who’s remit is to make learning an interactive and life long experience. Whats more, is it’s totally free to the whole world and open to anyone with internet access.
This week I’ve been watching Dave Cross’s excellent three-day lecture on Photoshop Essentials, and been brushing up on some of the more basic ideas and functions of Photoshop.
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Congratulations to you both on the birth of your baby boy.
I’d just like to let you know that I think the name ‘George’ is a wonderful name for a little boy, although you’ve really upset my daughter Kirsty, who has already named her youngest son George.
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I’ve owned a couple of Apple products since 2010 and use a 27 inch iMac and a beautiful Mac Book Pro with a 13 inch monitor.
In general I’m really pleased with their performance, the Mac Book Pro especially is fantastic, incredibly fast for such small notebook and beautifully engineered.
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My friend, fellow photographer, and local butcher Tim Wood asked me if I’d take some photographs for a new poster campaign to help spread awareness of Bridgend’s Indoor Market situated in The Rhiw Arcade.
If you’ve visited Bridgend town recently you’ll be all too aware of how badly the ongoing recession has hit this once bustling old market town.
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I must admit, I really enjoy photographing stage shows and this evening was no exception.
Bryntirion Comprehensive School put on a brilliant performance of The Wizard Of Oz, and I was blown away by their fantastic musical.
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