In the Billy Blue Change Your World Contest, we challenged you take something from the world around you and improve on it. Our judges have decided on the top twenty-five creations and sent them to Paul Brafield, Billy Blue College of Design Head of Academic Studies, who will pick the three winners!
The remaining 22 Semi-Finalists will receive:
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Please note: If during the finalist judging, any one of the Semi-Finalists becomes ineligible or is disqualified under the Official Rules, the Semi-Finalist judges will replace the d
I have got to a point on this site that I am literally being inundated with questions about how I do some of my photos. I simply do not have time to answer them all in full individually anymore. It is seriously restricting the free time that I have to pursue this hobby and take those pictures that have become so popular (both on here and elsewhere). So for my well being and hopefully to the benefit of those who ask me so many questions, I am doing this write up.
Before I get into some questions though, I want to make a few things clear. I have spent a lot of time and money on trying to learn as muc
Hi and welcome to my profile
I guess you could call me a creative kinda guy, I've dabbled in most forms of art and music but photography is my thing at the moment and I'm having a great time experimenting with various styles and techniques. I don't have a lot of fancy or expensive gear but I make do with what I have and like to push my own boundaries and the capabilities of my camera a basic entry level DSLR Canon 550D. EDIT...I also now have a Canon 70D, a Fuji X100s and a good compound microscope.
Photography is a fantastic way to slow your world down and give you a reason to stop and smell the roses. A walk to the mailbox becomes an adv