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Richard last won the day on March 13

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    Neck deep in DIY, renovating a bungalow
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    photography when I am not doing DIY or too tired to even pick a camera up
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  1. yes the supports are two separate pieces so it would probably hold a bigger sheet of paper, they could also be printed bigger. I used very thin a4 printer paper but a thicker paper could be used to add stiffness and reduce the light getting through. As for the idea it wasn't mine but the design is a free design with no commercial restrictions so I could print and sell but to create these in volume they would probably need to be injection moulded so there would be set up costs. If I print sets individually then I have two routes to go, I can use a simpler design that's easier and quicker to print or the more complex ones that will cost more. Maybe I could sell both designs the next big question would be how much would people pay for a pair of these?
  2. its just a sheet of A4 from my printer
  3. lovely capture of a ............bird, I have as much idea as you on what kind
  4. that looks just right in B&W
  5. missing the shot with the timer is sadly something I excel at
  6. you just have to look to the sky lol
  7. not sure these work for me, a bit too much black at the bottom of the images but I do like the mist in the first one
  8. something tells me you are not in Worcestshire
  9. that's a good shot of one of those, it can be hard to get the focus right as the patterning is blurry naturally so they often look like a blurry image when they are not
  10. I like the effect, number 3 works best I think because there is something interesting in the mirror
  11. lovely shot, I used to enjoy woodworking, still do a little bit like making cupboard doors etc. What you need to take a shot like this is 3 of you like this, A picture I took of me watching me take a picture of something lol
  12. Just printed myself some backdrop supports with my 3D printer and quite impressed with the results considering these images are taken on an iPhone 6, images are as taken with just a resize to fit the 1024 sizing no other editing
  13. during some strong rain a few years back i think two of the stones were dislodged, must go there again sometime
  14. I really like that shot not sure I would like to get up that early though
  15. lovely pictures it looks like they have fixed the stones that moved a year or two ago
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