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Dances With Wolvezs

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About Dances With Wolvezs

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  • Location
    Croydon, England
  • Interests
    Contributor with Airfix Model World magazine / photography (no, really!) - aviation, natural history, landscape.

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={CADB9126-7D29-4FF8-9FA6-028431A2881C}&name=Steven+Budd
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  • Joined Alamy
    24 Apr 2018

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  1. Hi George. Thanks for that - exactly what I was looking for from someone who's been in the game and accumulated the necessary experience. I was wondering how generic I should expand things to, so that helps a great deal - cheers! Time to get tagging! TTFN Steve #masteroftheabsolutelyflippinobvious
  2. Hi folks. Try as I might, I can't get the 'visability meter' to get further than 'mid orange', as I start to load images on. I think I understand the concept of 'tag naturally' and of course, 'use phrases' but that 'ole tagging assessor remains stubbornly rooted in mid table obscurity. Can anyone offer any guidance on persuading the Ala-meter to go (presumably) green please? TTFN Steve
  3. Hi folks. I spent some 20 odd years as a wedding photographer, after navigating a City & Guilds in general professional photography back in the 'wet process' days. As others have said, not a genre that allows screw ups. I stuck rigidly to the mantra of 'repeatability', carrying out pre-job checks and equipment packing exactly the same way, each time, every time. Exposure measurements and camera operation (Mamiya RB67) were also uniform, exposure to exposure, job to job. That way, anything going awry was easy to spot immediately. It was 'manual operation only' all the way.
  4. ...happy to be extending everyone a full English breakfast welcome, with all the trimmings and lashings of hot coffee...! Hope you're all fine and well and I look forward to covering off the inevitable queries that go hand in hand with, what is for me, a new venture. Best regards Steve
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