Rather boring...
Apr 19, 1972 (Age: 47)
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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Main Camera
Joshua Billcliffe JT Chapman "The British" quarter plate
Second Camera
Some digital stuff
Lens #1
Wray 8.5
Lens #2
EF 50mm f/1.4
Lens #3
Zeiss T* 21mm
Lens #4
Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro
Lens #5
AF-S Micro Nikon 60mm Nano coated
Lens #6
AF-D 24-85mm
Half a ton of goodies
Camera Bag
Lowepro Slingshot 200 and HUGE Vanguard carry bag.
055X PRO B + 322RC2
Software & Operating System
Windoze based Adobe PhotoShop CC / Mac FINALLY!
Canon Pixma IP 5000 still going strong since early 2005!
Depends on the day of the week really...


Freshest Fuji X-series shooter on the block and LOVING it!



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