Monthly Archives: July 2012

Test Cards for Monitor checks

How often at photographic club meetings do we hear the comment “It doesn’t look like that on my monitor” when an image is projected? Obviously the fault could be with the projection system (i.e. computer and projector) or with the … Continue reading

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Photographic Competitions

There has been much debate amongst amateur photographers, since we “went digital” about just how far we should be allowed to go in producing creative images – where should we draw the line particularly with regard to eligibility for photographic … Continue reading

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Photography and free software

Today I’m launching my new website. Initially it’s about photography and in particular panoramic photography, but I shall no doubt digress into areas of digital image processing and computing generally as time goes on. As an amateur photographer familiar with … Continue reading

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Photography by John Widdall

Update 30/07/12: As the new site is substantially complete, I have removed content from the old site and redirected visitors to this one. ((I am gradually migrating my web pages to WordPress. Until this process is complete you may wish … Continue reading

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