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  2. I am very grateful for all the suggestions that point the way! Thus, I will fine-tune my aim and it will soon be reflected in my portfolio. Thank you very much!
  3. Or, depending on size of handbag, one of the many mirrorless, like the Sony a6xxx series--interchangeable lenses, APS-C sensor. The now-older a6000 is available at good prices, and the very compact kit 16-50mm is usable. The a6000 is still one of my main cameras.
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  5. GEO.de https://www.geo.de/reisen/21249-rtkl-eyre-peninsula-australien-das-wilde-paradies-der-kueste-australiens Das wilde Paradies an der Küste Australiens The wild paradise on the coast of Australia Aerial view of Eyre Peninsula coast, South Australia BH6N80 Mauritius Images / Philip Game / Alamy RM
  6. Guardian Online 24/04/19 https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/apr/24/fewer-than-one-in-four-homeowners-saving-for-future-care-survey Ian Allenden Daughter Pushing Senior Mother In Wheelchair - Image ID: F2RYM0 https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/apr/24/poorer-children-twice-as-likely-to-be-out-of-work-in-later-life Michael Kemp Teacher takes a class at Pimlico Academy, a modern secondary school providing aspirational education in London, UK. - Image ID: CY2CR3 https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/apr/24/scandi-malmo-sweden-cycle-friendly-city-break Sergey Dzyuba Beautiful cityscape with sunset over canal and skyline in Malmo, Sweden - Image ID: K41EJA Arterra Picture Library Öresund / Øresund Bridge, railway and dual carriageway bridge-tunnel between Denmark and Sweden at sunset, Scandinavia - Image ID: D1KJN5 Allard Schager Skyline of Malmo Sweden with Famous Turning Torso Building, captured around sunset - Image ID: JN87H7
  7. OMG. I'm not even going to think about it. A number of you guys have yours private, you know. I can't see them so maybe something you want to change. (Not just for me). Paulette
  8. Hehe thank you for your heads up
  9. Then your problem is with your OCD. Be strong. You can do it. Ignore the #$%^^&&*** thing. Paulette
  10. I don't have to click it to enter, but I always do because a part of my OCD make me do it
  11. I don't see the Alamy site there. I go right to the Alamy site and the message is at the very top of the page. I ignore it. I'm assuming you are not allowed to continue unless you click it. Am I right?? Paulette
  12. https://imgur.com/9tNGkVT This message pop up everytime I go to Alamy after I start my browser up.
  13. Thank you for including my Maasai woman. So many wonderful images. Paulette
  14. I ignore the notice except on my iPhone where I seem to need to click it. Can you not get in unless you accept them? Paulette
  15. Alamy Photograph in the Times https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/news-in-pictures-wednesday-april-24-2019-fpvbsl8ln Photographer EDDIE MOORE/ ALBURQUERQUE JOURNAL/ZUMA WIRE Found by Rob Cook
  16. No, but either way, I marked my images before the policy took effect.
  17. I would question whether it's necessary on this pic. Anyone searching for that model of car isn't going to be looking for a tiny unrecognisable shot of it in the distance, so it's more likely to hurt your CTR than get a sale. The picture will sell on impact rather than detail. Alan
  18. No more bikinis and beaches, now it’s hair blowing in the Scottish Sun Cernan Elias RXDGWX https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/4158919/uk-weather-forecast-brits-brace-for-thunderstorms-heavy-showers-and-even-hail-after-easter-heatwave/
  19. This is what I wanted to see, some powerful images of women in our society, for better or for worse and you have let me down. Some great images for this months challenge. Many thanks for all those who entered. It as been very difficult to pick the 12 finalist shown below from the 53 images entered. You have until Midday on the 30th April 2019. Alan. 1) Colin Woods CTWATH Freedom 2) Michael Ventura AA8YKX A Woman Firefighter 3) John Mitchell DTHNH2 Young Homeless woman with her dog 4) Sally T2719A A woman getting tattoos 5) Eden HJ0FHC Anti Trump rally 6) TeeCee BT4AYF OAP ambassador Joan Bakewell 7) MizBrown HRHH9K Deaf Nicaraguan girl losdemas E5YX45 Young woman with an opinion 9) Avpics M5RAXC When I grow up 10) NYCat HJPCNJ Maasai woman with water barrel 11) vpics EWBR8Y Soldiers 12) andremichel J6C154 A Lifeguard at Bondi
  20. Too small to be sure but if pressed I'd guess at a Toyota RAV
  21. I think we're going to need a 100% crop to be able to make it out. When I say "we", I mean not me. I stopped being able to identify new cars sometime between the Sweeney and Target.
  22. Definitely worth it. It is a lot of work building up a following so I have quite a mix of stuff on there. I started from scratch just over a year ago and found it hard initially until I started posting my Irish landscapes. There are a lot of Irish landscapers at all different levels which helped me to get a decent following by liking, commenting (on the good stuff) and following. My thinking is that you need enough followers to show that you are a serious and popular photographer but not so many that it becomes unmanageable as I do like to look at and like stuff that followers post. It's a big game really but I like to play it fair - there are a lot of people who follow and then unfollow as well as a lot of people who never give a like back. I find this behaviour very arrogant which is why I got a useful little app that tells me what is going on. Overall I think Instagram is very positive though and worth the effort.
  23. Alas, this was in Iceland and the car was moving at a fair lick, so no further information possible!
  24. Guardian Online 24/04/19 https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/apr/24/almost-2m-people-will-lose-1000-a-year-with-universal-credit-study Paul Marriott Bank of England notes including the old paper £10 note, paper £20 note, plastic £10 note and plastic £5 note.The old paper £10 bank note is being disc - Image ID: M567BA Guardian Online 23/04/19 https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/apr/23/toeic-english-test-sajid-javid-urged-to-act-in-immigration-scandal-bigger-than-windrush Peter Marshall London, UK. 25th January 2017. A woman holds two placards as Movement for Justice and NUS London protest outside SOAS calling for justice for overseas students. After a TV programme showed fraud at just two centres administering the compulsory English Language test for student visas, the Home Office paid ETS to investigate every single student who had taken the test at any centre and identify any who cheated. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News - Image ID: HK1HTW
  25. I guess I should start using it properly lol
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