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Phil Robinson

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  1. 13 hours ago, geogphotos said:


    It is the point of the thread. But, for example, I wouldn't post an image that had been licensed for exam paper use. 


    So now we know that this country is designing a new banknote and the source image of one element of it.


    It's of course up to you but I would personally be more concerned right now about doing whatever I can to keep my sale from being refunded. 


    Very nice of you to share and fingers crossed for you that it sticks.

    I think anyone wanting to forge a banknote would work from the finished banknote . I see your point about exam papers, though the one time I had such a sale, I heard about it long after the exam had happened.

  2. 17 hours ago, MizBrown said:

    Years ago, I had an old professional grade microscope that I believe cost me around $150.  The older ones are often quite good optically and have removable eyepieces as well as removable objectives.  I never got around to getting the attachment for this microscope.   You'd probably want to read more on microscope photography.   I think for the most interesting things to photograph, 50X to 150X to somewhat higher.  This microscope only took two objectives, but I could have bought others and switched them out......




    Many thanks. I wasn't planning to get down to bacteria level but I've had enough of trying to stop a large collection of extension tubes wobbling. I'll do a bit or research.
    Thanks again.

  3. Not only is it a public space, but most protesters are there for the sole purpose of getting publicity for a cause. If there were no media there, what would be the point?

    I've covered many really huge marches through London that didn't make it onto the TV news print media is the only coverage they're likely to get.

    Most protesters I've encountered are more than happy to pose for photos - even when you don't want them to.


    Just try not to look like you're working for the police.

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