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Liam Bunce

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About Liam Bunce

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    http://www.hideandseekimagery.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hereford UK
  • Interests
    Working with my local Nature Trust & monitoring Dormouse activity in Herefordshire for Natural England.

Alamy

  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={4C9D2D6B-81AC-4902-B580-A932D6ED1DFD}&name=Liam+Bunce
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  • Joined Alamy
    15 Jun 2008

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  1. Marianne, my sentiments entirely I did not wish to overload the camera mount. Prices start from around £105 which is much better than paying out for a new lens. https://www.sigma-imaging-uk.com/mount-conversion-service/
  2. Nice image and informative Blog Bryan. I did have a look at the adapter sometime ago but I think I would prefer the mount conversion rather than putting my 6500 through the added weight and length, as I am looking to change the mounts on both my 10-20 f3.5 and the 120-400 f4.5-5.6
  3. I have now been using my A6500 for over 12 months and have found it to be a great transition from my D7000, the thing is that I have some very good sigma lenses that have become redundant (so I thought) apparently Sigma do a mount conversion service and I were wondering if anyone with Alamy have ever tried this service and if so what were your findings? Liam
  4. Well done Andy like yourself I have just topped the 3000 mark, it has been a long haul but now that I have retired from full time employment I am hoping it will be a little easier.
  5. Very interesting I will have to checkout their website.
  6. It is your choice exclusive or nonexclusive you can also have some as exclusive and others not. Liam
  7. You are showing your age with that comment
  8. Congratulations, I'm a long way from that target.
  9. I'll go with the Greater Celandine.
  10. I've put (vintage motorbike with wicker sidecar) into search and there are plenty to choose from, I think Triumph like Harry.
  11. Rusty brown fungi with a white sort of coloring on cap, any ideas as to what variety it might be please? Found in grassland in Herefordshire UK.
  12. Will have to give this a try if it makes life a tad easier.
  13. Rusty brown fungi with a white sort of coloring on cap, any ideas as to what variety it might be please? Found in grassland in Herefordshire UK
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