Monthly Archives: March 2016


Castle Combe Race 1 2016

So its race season again and I was up at 5.15am this morning to meet up with my mate Bill (of Badger 5 fame) to go racing… Weather was rubbish as storm Katie was happening […]

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Sunsets at last…

Following on from this morning photographic antics the weather seems to have held out long enough for me to try for a sunset again… My last attempts were thwarted by clouds (go figure) so I […]

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The joys of full frame

Thought it was about time to trade up to a full frame body… after a lot of research I settled on the Canon 6D… The 6D has 95% of the features of the 5D range […]

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Long lens stability….

The problem with a large lens and heavy camera body is stability.. or the lack of… When taking shots of the moon making fine adjustments on focus at full zoom (800mm with the 2x Extender) […]

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Finally bagged a crescent…

For some random reason there was a power cut in our cul-de-sac last night… but instead of the whole street being affected it was one or two random houses mine included so I dug out […]

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Night photography… take two….

The weather has been very changable of late… a couple of days ago it looked good for a night shoot tonight with the moon out of the picture as it approaches its new moon phase […]

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Shooting Stars eBook….

After reading an article in one of my photography mags about astrophotography by a guy named Phil Hart I decided to buy his e-book ‘Shooting Stars’… 129 pages for $14.95 (at the time of this […]

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