Monthly Archives: October 2020

October 2020 Camera Clips

The banner this week is a montage of what I considered were the great character portraits from the recent competition. The Authors were, Frances Allan (1&3), Shiela Gatehouse (2&4), Helen Whitford (5) and Steve Wallace (6). I chose these images … Continue reading

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Problem of the week

Have you ever taken a photo and looked at the view finder and thought “what is wrong with that shot?” I thought I’d done everything right. So what do you think? It helps to take a step back and ask, … Continue reading

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Antarctica 2020 – Mark Pedlar

What does the holiday of a lifetime look like? – Like this! 26th Feb. Jenny and I flew to Santiago, Chile for a few days with friends before going south to Ushuaia at the bottom end of Argentina.  Ushuaia is … Continue reading

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Paiwalla Wetland – James Allan

It was 2014, a few years ago, when I was introduced to the joys of Paiwalla Wetland by my friend and bird photographer Les Peters. The former dairy farm between Murray Bridge and Mannum has been returned to wetland swamps … Continue reading

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Answer to the Problem of the Week

This is the photograph that I had intended to take. (Sorry I just noticed a little bit of border added with a hard edged vignette). The frog is sharp and well lit. The window is dark. The answer to the … Continue reading

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By Ray Goulter The “Baby Brownie”, unlike it’s big brother the ubiquitous Box Brownie, is a relatively uncommon film camera of simple operation. It’s a diminutive camera measuring 78mm wide, 66mm high and 72mm front to rear, constructed of Bakelite. … Continue reading

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