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Steve Hyde

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About Steve Hyde

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    https://www.facebook.com/SteveHydePhotography

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    Bristol, UK

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={3B0C69BB-5261-422E-910E-1D3CB4895127}&name=Stephen+Hyde
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  • Joined Alamy
    11 Jul 2010

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  1. Well done Gen. Three from me.. Foggy Bottom (always makes me smile) Metro Station, Washington DC 3D Aruba colours Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol
  2. Turkey Tail Fungi growing in our local woodland. $ used in The Guardian
  3. Cannes, France Old Town. Hopefully we’ll be able to visit again soon. mid $$
  4. Thanks Michael, I’m on my fourth food photography book since Xmas. The shops re open in the UK tomorrow so I’ll be able to go out and get some props. Three of those books are by America photographers. I stained two scaffold planks with some of dark oak fence stain recently. They work really well.
  5. I’m still baking. I’ve moved on to a gluten free recipe book, not the we’re gluten free, I just liked the look of these salted caramel brownies. They were ‘gert lush’ to use some local Bristolian slang 😋
  6. Mrs Hyde chopping up some wild garlic we picked in our local woodland the other day.
  7. The Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year shortlist has just been published. There’s some great photography here.... https://www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com/pink-lady-food-photographer-of-the-year-shortlist-2021/
  8. My mum cut our hair back in the 70's but she never trained as a hairdresser. She used one of those K-Tel Hair Magicians. Pretty much a comb with a razor blade fitted into it
  9. Much as everyone else I use two cards, one saving RAW files and the other jpg’s. I process anything for Alamy etc using RAW files through PS. The jpgs are good for wireless transfers to the iPad for family snaps etc or a quick upload to Instagram or Facebook. I also like the fact that, using the jpgs, I can use the custom settings on the XT2 to swap between different film simulation setups. I’ve also found this free PS action is really good for sharpening and resizing for social media sites. It’s free from MCP actions. I put nearly everything I process for web use through this
  10. That looks fantastic Carol. Seeing that made me want to bake them again. We had a lockdown, take away, treat the other weekend. A good old Doner Kebab on Nan Bread 🙂
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