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Welcome to the members section of the
NNPS website

This website is to further your photographic experience with NNPS.

If you would like any information included on this website or if you find any of the links are broken, please e-mail DEREK DOAR
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Meteoblue
Weather close to you

The first thing we need before setting out on a photo trip is the weather forecast.

Here is one of many sites that are available but at present this site seems to be quite good.

Although the meteoblue link on the left will take you to the Meteoblue website, an app is available for iphone and Android phones (and of course tablets)
The basic app has adverts, but for 79p you can have it advert free.

The bottom link on the left entited Symbols and Pictograms, explains the use of these in the programme.

THE ROBIN HOOD
Open Exhibition 2016


Electronic Catalogue
(Click on catalogue to view full screen and press Esc to exit full screen)



This is the website of
H.LEHMANNS LTD.

Photographic Sales & Service

Camera repairs, Sensor cleaning, Lens focussing correction, Digital SLR Tune-Up. Also visit On-Line store to see a range of used photographic equipment.

If you mention that you have seen this advert on the Nottingham and Notts Photographic Society website, Lehmanns Ltd will give you 10% discount on any of their services.
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Exploring the Canon EOS 5Ds
David Noton: on landscapes

Canon Explorer David Noton was the first landscape photographer in the world to get the opportunity to work with the 50.6 Megapixel EOS 5DS DSLR and he promptly jumped on a plane to South Africa to photograph the stunning western Cape region and discover exactly what the camera was capable of. In an exclusive CPN interview and film he reveals his first impressions of working with a camera that combines easy portability and intuitive handling with high-resolution image quality never before seen in a DSLR...

 5ds explained
EOS 5Ds & 5Ds r explained
The EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R represent a new line of ultra high-resolution EOS DSLR cameras – featuring 50.6 Megapixel sensors – that are ideal for photographers who want to capture an extraordinary amount of detail in their images. The new cameras will be popular with those shooting landscape and architectural photography, as well as those shooting commercial or high-end editorial work in the studio. The EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R sit alongside the EOS 5D Mark III in the EOS range, and use new technologies to make the most of both of the cameras’ high-resolution capabilities.
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Get the full Nik Collection by Google, now just £95.
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Easily create the photos you've imagined with 7 award-winning plug-ins for Photoshop®, Lightroom®, or Aperture®.

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DIGITAL DUST OFF
I’m Jason Batterham, welcome to Digital Dust Off – the mobile sensor cleaning service!
Why spend your time, and money sending away your cameras for cleaning, when I can come to you!?
I provide a regular sensor cleaning service for a number of large, blue-chip corporate customers, public sector organisations, camera clubs, busy photo studios, and individual photographers.
Based in Nottingham – but covering most of the UK – by planning ahead, and batching bookings together – extra travel fees are avoided in nearly all cases! So, if you were wondering if your area is covered….don’t be….just get in touch!
The following areas are visited on a very regular basis:
  • Nottinghamshire sensor cleaning
  • Lincolnshire sensor cleaning
  • South Yorkshire sensor cleaning
  • Derbyshire sensor cleaning
  • Leicestershire sensor cleaning
  • West Midlands sensor cleaning

Adobe RGB (1998) vs ProPhoto RGB
By Derek Doar

For some years now, since the Digital Photography revolution began, photographers have been recommended to use Adobe RGB (1998) as their working color space.

Photographic technology has moved forward at an alarming rate and given us better cameras, monitors, printers and software.

Is it now the time to change to ProPhoto RGB?

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Recent additions to the website
WHERE

WHAT

Numerous Canon Camera Manuals
can now be downloaded from here.

Link to Canon 7D and 5D MkIII new firmware update

Numerous Nikon Camera Manuals
can now be downloaded from here

Tutorials on the Nik Collection

An article on how to match the brightness on your print to the brightness of your monitor screen.

Really Right Stuff Tripod Ball heads and Camera L-Plates
Logan compact Mount cutter - 301S

Ross Camera Bubble Levels

 

Panoramic photography

How to find the Nodal Point
(no parallax point) of your lens...

New Holiday and Courses have been added
 

A link to locate your nearest Epson Repair Centre

New Photo Events have been added

 
Click on logo to access a web page dedicated to your camera system
Camera Instruction Manuals can be downloaded from these Canon and Nikon web pages
 

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On this Bright Publishing Website you will be able to read the latest copy of
PHOTOGRAPHY NEWS

and other free photographic publications

 

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Do you have more than one computer?
By installing Dropbox on each of your computers you can:
  • Save a file to all your computers at once.
  • Share dropbox with a friend
  • Start working on one computer, and continue working on another.
  • Get to your photos, docs, and videos from anywhere.
 
PAGB e-news

Click on the PAGB logo to the left to acess the
PAGB Newsletter Archive Page

(From the PAGB Newsletter Archive Page you can sign up to receive the PAGB e-news via e-mail)

 
 

Fotospeed
Tel: 01249 714333

To view the range of papers

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Click on the button below to see some of the papers available
 

If you would like anything added to the Members page please contact Derek Doar