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  1. 34 minutes ago, thijsdegraaf said:

    Thanks
    I had looked there already. But at Áccount Settings" I can find anything about Payment. And at "Payment options''  I only find a form with Company*,  Website,  Division/Publication and 123456789 what I don't understand. 

    You're in the wrong place then

  2. 1 hour ago, Martyn said:

    Daily Mail online :

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9309235/Shoppers-hit-streets-sunworshippers-sea-despite-Covid-lockdown.html

     

    Camber, East Sussex, UK. 28 Feb, 2021. UK Weather: Warm winter sunshine with breezy winds here at Camber Sands in East Sussex. Lots of families and people enjoying the mild winter weather walking along the sandy beach. Large group of people enjoying the fresh air on the golden sands. Photo Credit: Paul Lawrenson/Alamy Live News
    Contributor: PAL Media / Alamy Stock Photo
    Image ID: 2EPW4ED
    Camber, East Sussex, UK. 28 Feb, 2021. UK Weather: Warm winter sunshine with breezy winds here at Camber Sands in East Sussex. Lots of families and people enjoying the mild winter weather walking along the sandy beach. Large group of people enjoying the fresh air on the golden sands. Photo Credit: Paul Lawrenson/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
     

    Second usage here: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9309543/Is-Covid-winter-Cases-fall-FIFTH-6-035-deaths-plummet-141.html

    Thanks Martyn

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  3. Bought a S/H Canon 1DX last year during 2nd lockdown £795 Mint condition, high shutter count (average price for these cams)

    Now Current price £1,019 for 'Well Used' with high shutter count.

    If you're into the second hand market like I am, prices have shot up significantly over the last few months.

    Who to blame???

     

  4. 2 hours ago, losdemas said:

    Lidl supermarket sign, Reading, Berkshire, England, GB, UK Stock Photo

     

    Country: United Kingdom
    Usage: Editorial
    Media: Newspaper - national
    Print run: up to 2 million
    Placement: Inside and online
    Image Size: 1/4 page
    Start: 31 January 2021
    End: 01 February 2021

    Any placement in paper and online. One use in a single editorial article used within the print and digital versions of a single publication. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article.

     

    $.

    Old picture that needs re-processing.

     

    I'm presuming that this is The Sun? But I can't find it there. I've done a search on the site going back to the dates given + used various reverse image searches. Of course it's going to throw up a lot of false returns given the logo prominence. Has anyone seen it?

    It could be The Times, as they report the same.

  5. 2 hours ago, Richard Baker said:

    Last year was my time to change to Fuji X-T4 and a couple of lenses (and awaiting another). Picking up the 5D is now like picking up a brick and I'll not go back to Canon. I just don't know why I left it so long .. Oh, I remember, I first had to upgrade my Mac and then logically, the cameras.

    My first mirrorless was the X-T1, I had a couple of issues with it (painterly effect) otherwise fantastic camera but sold it. My second mirrorless is the current M50 and was amazed at the files, I can’t find any differences between it and my 1DX or 5D III so I have stuck with Canon. The Fuji’s are lovely cameras though.

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  6. 10 minutes ago, MDM said:


    I recall the Cambridge lunch where I saw this guy walking around the pub looking a bit lost with a camera and big cream-coloured Canon zoom. I thought this must be Paul and lo and behold - it was. Saved you a minute or two wandering around looking for the rest of us.  Sometimes it can be good to stand out as a photographer. 😀

    Haha that was sooo long ago now 😂

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