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Colin Woods

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About Colin Woods

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    Quebec City
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    Travel, reading (classic fiction and WW1/WW2/cold war history), heavy metal, scale aircraft modelling, chess, wine


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    16 Nov 2005

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  1. No, I have a link on it that directs to my portfolio here
  2. www.colinwoods.photodeck.com I like it, although I haven't tried the others (Zenfolio, Smugmug, etc) so I can't offer a comparison
  3. Maybe this one, for the exuberance on my daughter's face. For the simple joy of throwing leaves in the air.
  4. What a selection - the guy cycling through the chili fields is my winner, followed very closely by the dog on the beach.
  5. THree from me Sheep in the Lakes Harvest time in North Yorks A sheep farmer with his sheep in New Zealand
  6. I'm pretty sure that it breaks the phrase for me. I will go and do a test on that.
  7. And to the OP, I would think about putting a real sentence in the caption. Your caption should describe Who is doing what, where, when, why and how.
  8. I keyword and caption in Adobe Bridge. If your last keyword is a phrase then when you import the keywords into AIM that last phrase will come across as separate words. So if my last keyword is Chateau Frontenac it will come over to AIM as Chateau, Frontenac. To avoid this i put a comma then a single letter. I would keyword Chateau Frontenac, z. Then my Chateau Frontenac will be preserved as a phrase and when I am choosing the supertags in AIM its easy to just delete the lone z. Did that make sense?
  9. They do take up space as they are quite bulky, but I wouldn't be without mine. It make vertical shooting so much easier and I use the remote control pretty often as well.
  10. Yep, I got a cheapie and it works perfectly. It makes the camera so much more comfortable to hold. Mine even has a remote control for triggering the camera which is superb for shots on B setting.
  11. Three from me Alone at last - Filey beach in Yorkshire Paddling with shoes in hands - Woolacombe beach in Devon Sunset surfing - Woolacombe beach in Devon
  12. Me too, exactly that. I almost never need two slots so I haven't got it repaired yet.
  13. You won't regret it - the D750 is a fantastic camera. There is so much detail and info captured in its RAW files.
  14. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2021/aug/05/much-ado-about-nothing-2021s-best-minimalist-photography-in-pictures Some superb images here. The tree in the field is my #1.
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