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Vera (mum) in Oxford Street with the friends from Thomas Cook she shared the Brighton day out with, so this is probably the same year. My mum's always been a Londoner at heart, and it's obvious how much she relished the years spent in London, on and off throughout the war - the rest of the time being spent in rural Suffolk - which, for a young woman like her must have felt like being buried alive (we're very different. I'd probably have loved it). The vibe in post war London - exciting shops, cosmopolitan restaurants, opportunities - coincided with her own earning power and the end of her teens. So not surprising that she loved it, this being the first time she'd had access to nice things, never mind money to have them. And to this day, she amazes me with the way she knows her way around Central London like the back of her hand. The shoes, she remembers, were the very latest - the girls queued outside Russell & Bromley in Regent Street for *loafers* - the newest fashion from the States. Something new, different, after years of war, and they cost a whole week's wages. She remembers that this was taken with some sort of "instant" camera by a chap in the street who then gave them the photo. I don't know if this can be true because I always thought instant cameras didn't arrive until the 60s ... and anyway the processing on this is much the same as the others in this collection. But that's what she's always said. By about 1950, Vera had started nursing training - and remained a nurse all her working life, in various guises - the big London hospitals, district nurse, midwife, health visitor. She has such a wad of nursing qualifications there are, literally, more letters after her name than there are in it (or would be, if she chose to use any of them). Meanwhile, ordinary people (much less women) didn't have cars in those days, and her "rounds" as a district nurse and health visitor were done on foot, miles and miles every day, right up until she retired. Personally, I think I can see a bit of a Gladys Emmanuel march developing here.Astonishing Panorama Of The River Thames (London,England)
This one was taken while looking West along the Thames from London Bridge. With this type of view I couldn't resist taking a few shots to create this most excellent, landmark-stuffed panoramic image you see before your very eyes. It came at a price though! While changing lenses which I hate doing (later in the evening the great photographer Trey Ratcliff compared changing lenses to doing open heart surgery- a comparison which I totally agree with) I managed somehow to get a stack of dust and gunk all over the mirrors, sensors and focusing plane inside my camera which I made worse doing a bit of DIY cleaning. In doing so I scratched the focusing plane and had a freak out - luckily there was a heaven sent camera shop right at the end of London Bridge that I had just come from, where I promptly bought a lens cleaning kit in an attempt to salvage my camera. At that point I thought it was a goner! I spent the next hour or so in a nearby McDonalds sweating profusely, drinking diet cokes and cursing under my breath much to the bemusement and horror of some teenage girls from Spain who didn't understand what the hell I was up to. My Camera lived. IMPORTANT NOTE! - Never clean your camera lenses, sensors, focusing planes outdoors - especially in one of the dirtiest cities in the world - your camera won't like it and neither will the bystanders who have to witness your inevitable tantrums when you think you've busted your pride and joy! Please make sure you don't make the same mistakes. POST PROCESSING - The three Photomatix HDR originals that make up this panorama were perfect and needed no repairing in Photoshop. They were then stitched together using an old version of 'Autostitch' - yes i'm a dinosaur for still using this but I like it kind of like the way I enjoy playing retro video games. I now use the 'Photomerge' option in Adobe Bridge CS4 for my Panoramas but that's for another time. Once they had been stitched together I used Photoshop to give the trees a more natural hue and finally I used Topaz Adjust to give it some boost.
Maxxum 7D is the premiere digital SLR camera from Konica Minolta. Based on the Minolta Maxxum 7000 digital-camera, the 7D leaps forward with higher resolution imaging, greater ease of use, superior creative control, and outstanding overall performance. Equipped with a large, 2.5-inch LCD monitor that brings a new standard of image reviewing to digital SLR photography, plus the powerful new implementation of a CCD-Shift Anti-Shake system designed for the camera's 6.1 megapixel CCD, the Maxxum 7D assures you of the beautiful results you've always wanted. Built-in Electronic-Flash (also accepts optional external flashes - External flashes Program Flash 5600HS(D), 3600HS(D), 2500D, Macro Ring Flash 1200) Flash metering - ADI, Pre-flash TTL, Manual flash control Drive modes - Single, Continuous, 10 seconds/2 seconds self-timer, Single bracket, Continuous bracket / Continuous advance - Approximately 3 frames per second Interval recording - Interval time - 30 seconds/1-10, 15, 20, 30, 45, 60 minutes, 2 -240 frames. Start timer is equipped. (Setting - 0.5 to 24H, in 0.5 increments) CCD Anti-Shake 2.5 LCD screen Unit Dimensions (W x H x D) - 5.91 x 4.17 x 3.05 inches Requires Lens - NOT INCLUDEDSee also:
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