A few weeks back (well, quite a few if I’m honest), I was sent the MUVI X-Lapse by LOVECASES to review and put through it’s paces. I was impressed by the size of it, however it’s small size does also have a downside…
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Today was an interesting day. It started by getting up way too frigging early for some reason, just couldn’t sleep I suppose. Just as well, I needed to get on the 0841 train from Waterbeach to King’s Lynn to join Tracey Robinson, from Red Fish photography, and one of her Models on Location Workshops. I first heard about Tracey through a friend via FB. Tracey runs these Models on Location Workshops in and around King’s Lynn, it’s the first time I’ve seen this sort of format. The workshops run for 2 hours and vary in cost, but start around £20. To quote a bit of her website:
All Model Location Workshops are intensive two hour courses set at different locations around Kings Lynn in Norfolk. The Workshops will be held where there are great textured walls, arches, open land or beaches depending on which Workshop you choose to attend.
These Workshops are aimed at anyone wanting to learn how to take a better portrait using a model and natural lighting on location or who just want to do something a little different within their photography hobby.
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This is the final part to this ‘series’. The final day with Red Cloud Days Photography course was better then the first day. We were taken out to Wollaton Hall & Deer Park. The weather had cleared up a little, stopped raining and was even a little warmer then it was on Saturday, much the relief of everyone in the class. There would be no need for the waterproofs I’d bought the day before
The intrepid explorers in the class and our fearless leader set out into the park
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Well, finished day 1 of the Red Cloud Days Photography course. So far I’m pretty impressed. Simon Bolton, the instructor is quite good, sometimes the material gets a bit dry, but what can you do, … Continue reading Photography – part 2
Last year just before Christmas I bought a new Nikon D5000 kit from ebay. Every time I’d bought a new camera over the last 5 or 6 years I’ve wanted to get a DSLR, but … Continue reading Photography … part 1