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  1. Keith is a regular contributor https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/keith-morris-photographer-missing-aberystwyth-17036167.amp?__twitter_impression=true
  2. My pal, Pete (who also writes every month for the UK Outdoor Photography magazine) has a well received blog about LR and the Fuji files which may be of some help: http://petebridgwood.com/wp/2014/10/x-trans-sharpening/
  3. There's a pressure/concern etc group here: http://euvataction.org/key-facts/ source: http://www.talkphotography.co.uk/threads/new-eu-vat-laws-from-1st-january-2015-your-action-urgently-desperately-needed.571332/
  4. Possible suppliers here (for future use): http://www.pwauk.com/mounting.htm and http://www.graphicdesignsupplies.co.uk/design-photographic-supplies-displayfoammount-board-c-115_526.html?sort=3a&page=1&osCsid=ahhekjqlphmdi3kri9qoausd4 Forex Classic in A sizes.
  5. Sounds like crossed wires somewhere. "Incisive Media becomes the latest publishing beast to sell some non-core assets. It is spinning out the British Journal of Photography (BJP) via a management buyout led by new app-focused publishing company Apptitude Media, led by the BJP team including MD Marc Hartog." Source: http://www.themediabriefing.com/article/bjp My BJP direct debit has changed from Incisive Media to Appitude Media as expected. I recall it used to be Buckpill at some stage (a quick search shows that Buckpill is/was part of Incisive Media and that Dovetail has Incisive Media as a client). Of course any new DDs should be via Appitude unless it has a client relationship with Dovetail.
  6. A review: http://www.alexnail.com/blog/reviews/review-canon-16-35-f4l-is-vs-16-35-f2-8l-ii/
  7. It's yet to appear on CPB: http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/Fujifilm/Fujifilm-X-System-Lenses but I tend to buy from LCE anyway (local etc and all that).
  8. I tweeted about this and Alamy replied: "That is just displaying the max size available, the client would likely download a much smaller version." A contact said: "I could be wrong here but once they have the large file they are free do pretty much whatever with it, no?" Alamy replied:"No, it's not being sold as RF. A use outside of the licence would be an infringement, the same as normal."
  9. http://aperture.org/shop/the-photographer-s-playbook-books might help. From the book
  10. Apparently the light leak only manifested itself when undertaking long exposures whilst using a remote (99% of my Canon exposures are tripod and remote). When I went to the London Camera Exchange Pro Show in Southampton a couple of weeks or so ago, one of the Fuji reps demonstrated the light leak test. He also said it only affected early batches.
  11. Light leak check. Open the flap that covers where the remote is plugged in, and shine a torch - if there's a light leak then it will show on the rear LCD. I bought a X-T1 a couple of weeks back and some handsome Lee Seven5 filters. Very pleased with the higher ISO performance. Only used it hand held at present - very versatile with the 18-55 and 55-200 lenses. Also carries well in a Billingham Hadley small.
  12. Flickr will still want some stock action: http://www.flickr.com/jobs/director_of_curation_and_content/
  13. As an aside, the Getty/Flickr partnership is terminated: http://pastebin.com/MkKa8e2D
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