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tapzilla last won the day on May 2 2010

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About tapzilla

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  • Birthday 01/23/1981

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    Oxford
  • Favorite Radiohead Song
    Paranoid android
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    Kid A
  1. The bee photo stunned me when I looked at it in Lightroom, I try to avoid looking at the LCD on the back of my camera unless I need to check the exposure. It disrupts my flow if I chimp while photographing things. Quite surprised by how this one turned out, I had a 90mm Macro lens on as I was looking for cobwebs. However It was a bit misty - Misty Christ Church Meadow by Kevin, on Flickr Oh and a cobweb - Cobwebs by Kevin, on Flickr
  2. Not perfect but I finally nailed a Bee landing/taking off. Bees by Kevin, on Flickr Manually focused and no Tripod, did alright with my Macro lens Spider Webs by Kevin, on Flickr Autumn is here..... Decaying Leaf by Kevin, on Flickr
  3. Strolled into Endeavour Filming again (last time was in May). Endeavour Filming August 2017 by Kevin, on Flickr Endeavour Filming August 2017 by Kevin, on Flickr Endeavour Filming August 2017 by Kevin, on Flickr Endeavour Filming August 2017 by Kevin, on Flickr
  4. Chilling out before a day of stealing people's food there I think. Inquisitive Gulls by Kevin, on Flickr
  5. Seagull Weymouth Gulls by Kevin, on Flickr
  6. Day trip to Weymouth. A place we used to goto for day trips in the summer holidays either with my parents or my grandmother and great aunt. Typical British summer weather, this is the beach with the clock tower in the distance. The clock tower (otherwise known as the Jubilee clock) is probably the defining image of Weymouth for some. Weymouth Beach and Clock Tower by Kevin, on Flickr
  7. I've got a mix of filters. But the brand I use the most is Hoya. For the Grand Cascade Long exposures I use a Hoya ProND 1000 77mm filter. It's not cheap (though cheaper than Lee filters by a long way), but it has no colour cast to it as some of my other filters do (I have a few Cokin square filters). I need to get some step down rings so I can use the filter on my 10-18mm STM lens.
  8. I like the black and white one the best. Went to Blenheim Palace, didn't do a lot of photography as I started to melt in the heat. But managed some long exposures.... The Grand Cascade Long Exposures by Kevin, on Flickr
  9. I really hate Selfie Sticks..... Selfie Sticks by Kevin, on Flickr
  10. I'm in the UK and my copy came yesterday. But likely only because I live in Oxford and they are shipping it from Reading, which isn't that far away.
  11. For those in the UK - Interview + Lift http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p056nb07?ns_mchannel=social&ns_campaign=bbc_radio_6_music&ns_source=facebook&ns_linkname=radio_and_music
  12. I've been waiting for years to hear a decent version of the song. Very pleased with how it sounds, probably wouldn't have fit on OK Computer but meh. Video -
  13. Spent a bit too long in a very warm Butterfly House..... Blenheim Palace Butterfly House 2017_6 by Kevin, on Flickr Blenheim Palace Butterfly House 2017_5 by Kevin, on Flickr Blenheim Palace Butterfly House 2017_2 by Kevin, on Flickr
  14. If you ever decide to visit Oxford, I'll give you a crash course in using manual mode. Though I might come out in a rash, I really don't like the ergonomics of Nikon. 4 Second long exposure fun - Gas Flame by Kevin, on Flickr
  15. Colour does indeed seem to better with that photo. 4 second Long exposure of a pub patio heater. Gas Flame by Kevin, on Flickr I have a wider shot of this which I will edit later.
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