Passing of a dear man

posted on 9th of may, 2012
So not at all stock related but I wanted to share with the DT community and fellow friends on here the passing of a great man.


John was 88 when he died on Saturday 5th May 2012 and will be very much missed by all that knew him.

I'm not one for being sad but more want to celebrate his life and knowing him.



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Posted by BCritchley on May 20, 2012
Thanks for your kind words.
Posted by Parkinsonsniper on May 20, 2012
I hope he had a life full of joy and now he rests in peace! now he will live forever in this blog, thanks to you...
Posted by Elianehaykal on May 11, 2012
Sorry for your loss, may he rest in peace.

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Super Friday credit sales

posted on 11th of may, 2012
I'll make this my shortest blog ever.
I really just wanted to commemorate that in just over 24 hours I hit a new PB of 140 credits worth of sales plus 7 sub sales bumping those images up the level system. If only every day was like this it would be a Dreamstime :-)

Making a very bad week just a bit brighter :-)

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Posted by Zenonk on May 30, 2012
Posted by BCritchley on May 25, 2012
Cheers, it happened over 24 hours again on Wednesday, lets hope it becomes the norm :-)
Posted by Chainat on May 25, 2012
good job

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Canon 5DMKII - ISO 50

posted on 16th of may, 2012
So today I feel incredibly stupid.

Whilst looking at some stunning long exposure black and white shots in a UK photography competition I see something that catches my eye. In the info for one particular shot it shows the photog has a Canon 5D MKII ( which I have had for a year or so now ) and has taken a shot at ISO 50. First thought was this must be a mistake, I have never heard of this capability, after a quick Google search I see it's a function/ability I have over looked.

In the off chance that I'm not the only 5DMKII owner that does not know about this feature I thought I would write this brief article.

Why would you need ISO 50? Well recently I bought a range of ND filters to help reduce light intake thus enabling longer exposures in daylight to generate motion...

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Posted by Stevesawusch on May 29, 2012
50 is simulated so depending on what you are photographing/how big it will be printed/displayed it may actually harm the image. I talked with a camera engineer once and he said to stay with the 100, 200, 400, 800, etc intervals because the gain is incremented for each of those. Non standard intervals, the camera over exposes then adjusts down (which you can do in post with full control instead).
Posted by BCritchley on May 21, 2012
It's a great camera, you will be very happy with one :-)
Posted by Miketea on May 21, 2012
Very good, this is my next purchase aswell

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