I think I pay / contribute £30 ish for a forum that I have not visited in over a year and it'll probably be a while before I'm back on it again haha
I'm mostly a lurker here, but would happily contribute something and on a subscription bases - £3 or £4 per month? that's about the cost of a...
I ordered an Epson printer a couple days ago. I did ask the retailer a few weeks back about the stock situation and the waitlist is 2-3 months! So I'm waiting patiently, it'll be my first proper printer and looking forward to getting started.
I mostly cringe if I'm honest - mostly in terms of editing but composition, technical, subject as well. That's a good thing as far as i'm concerned, it means I have improved and I am shooting at a different level now.
I think my reading of the rules says you can travel into London - and I can't wait to do so myself, however just for logistical reasons I wont be for a little while. I'll wait to coffee shops and restaurants to open, so I can take breaks and rest up from shooting. So. I'll be staying local for now.
A small selection of images taken while doing my daily exercise in town
DSCF1348-Edit.jpg by Ben Cremin, on Flickr
DSCF1671-Edit.jpg by Ben Cremin, on Flickr
DSCF1810-Edit.jpg by Ben Cremin, on Flickr
DSCF1865-Edit.jpg by Ben Cremin, on Flickr
I've watched a few of those videos over the last day - the guys producing the videos are provoking the police and others - but these are all scenarios / questions that we all could be challenged about, so I think the videos are useful to watch it the educational sense.
isn't that the value of a camera club though? if I was pushing put rubbish work, I'd want someone to engage with me and offer up some critique and tips? Even if my work isn't rubbish, I keep an open mind to what other people think.
Generally, people who aren't open minded about critique or...