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  • Birthday 12/10/1969

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  1. Canon S95 and underwater housing(good to 40m), both in excellent condition. I'm getting the S100 and it doesn't fit in the housing. £250 no offers. Cost over £500 less than a year ago. Email me at mail@philkneen.com
  2. FOR SALE - Canon S95 compact camera and Canon underwater housing. Both are in near mint condition. Do a search for the specs, this is a superb little camera and I'm only selling it because I'm getting the new S100. An excellent saving on the new price at a mere £280 cash. No haggling or embarrassing offers please Please contact at mail@philkneen.com
  3. My link I haven't post a link for years, so you can't accuse me of spamming!
  4. FOR SALE - Scubapro 5mm wetsuit. Size XXL(though it's more like an XL and would suit a taller man) all black with heavy duty zips and rubber knee pads. This is an extremely warm wetsuit that cost £170 new, I've worn it once, so I think you'll agree it's a bargain at a mere £70 (no haggling or embarrassing offers please)
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    Like this? Bright Green Seaweed
  6. I would totally agree. The V500 is excellent and I think you can pick them up for less than £170.
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    Hmmm...that's difficult to answer really. It depends on what the set-up is? Most photographers charge by the hour, I do.
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    Davy Knowles

    Davy Knowles relaxing in The Hague after his recent European tour.
  9. good, cause when you get back you can give me a few pointers as i do struggle with my magazine covers,anyway prepare for playboats tomorrow I'll put the GoPro on charge now...
  10. I've booked myself on a course, it's the only way..... My link
  11. Yes indeed, I hear what you're saying, but I really am coming in at the bottom! I don't understand a thing and most of the online tutorials assume a basic knowledge, I think? It's frustrating, because I know what I want to do and search for the answers, but I just get lost!
  12. I personally would go for the 2.8, but I very rarely use anything longer than a 105 anyway. When I do need one I borrow the 70-200 2.8 from the very kind Old Git and a very nice lens it is too. Having said that, I've also used the f4 version and that too is a great lens. It all depends if you think you're ever going to need that extra stop? The 70-200 f4 is very popular with photojournalist because of its smaller size and weight.
  13. I'm looking for an experienced PS4/5 user to teach me the basics. I've always used Apple based software (Aperture), but have decided that Adobe PS5 is the way forward. I just need someone for a day, to go through the basics because it really is all Chinese as far as I can tell... I will pay, of course Please email me at mail@philkneen.com
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