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I made it into a Mike Browne video!!

Snips

Always on
He was at the Photography Show (and I had a very brief chat to him) - I'm one of those sat in the audience in the second half of his video.

I'm famous!!! :banana::banana:
 

Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
He was at the Photography Show (and I had a very brief chat to him) - I'm one of those sat in the audience in the second half of his video.
I'm famous!!! :banana::banana:
Golly - dooya mean he had a horse sitting in the audience???
WOW - gotta see that video :D
Phil
 

Snips

Always on
Golly - dooya mean he had a horse sitting in the audience???
WOW - gotta see that video :D
Phil
LOL :) I know you're probably kidding but while it's by no means the best of his videos, it's quite interesting. The first half he talks about camera features and asks various trade people whether they think cameras have too many features. Second half is a 10 minute summary of his 40 minute talk. Again, not fantastic but I found it enjoyable listening. It's a change to leave the camera alone and listen to someone else on how they tackle photography and his presentation is good.

 
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