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Create Yourself a Neutral Density Filter for Under $10

  Creating your own neutral density filter using welding glass Ever since getting in to daytime long exposure photography I’ve read about people experimenting with making their own dark neutral density filters similar to that of the B+W 110 or Hoya ND400. These filters are great for day time long exposure as the filter is […]

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The Magic Cloth Technique – DIY Graduated Neutral Density Filter

I came across the magic cloth technique a few years ago when researching graduated neutral density filters but never actually got around to trying it. Recently a friend linked me to the stunning work that Tony Brackley-Prower had achieved by using this technique and was itching to try. The technique is a DIY neutral density […]

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Mounting your Photography

Eeek huge image, sorry! Inspired by a thread on a photography forum I frequent, I set out to mount some of my favourite shots. The process is easy and also quite cheap so it works out a nice way of presenting your photography. A few things are needed Prints – 8×6″ prints from RgbDigital at […]

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Coffee Roasting with a Popcorn Popper

For something different pictures of my recent home diy coffee roasting with a popcorn popper. How did it go? Good but the beans are way over roasted and any longer they would of been black which isn’t so cool haha but that’s expected. I became interested with roasting coffee through the coffeesnobs forum where many […]

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