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Adrian Multon
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I've collected together pics of our cats taken over the last couple of years, to illustrate tips that will help you snap more "keepers" of your moggies... http://www.adrianmulton.co.uk/blog/the-mog-tog-photographing-cats-and-kittens/
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Britain's "best" views are in the news today. Setting aside the subjectivity of such judgements, I wondered what the best views in Essex are. I'm fond of Alresford Creek, the beach along East Mersea and the ruined church in Alresford, but the Petrified Oak Forest of Mundon probably stands out as one of the most memorable landscapes in the county. I've only visited it once on a rather overcast day, but hope to return there soon...
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The latest update to my blog is a brief description of my first experiment with focus stacking.
With this technique you blend a number of photos to produce a composite image possessing a broader zone of sharpness that you would get from a single shot.
It's not a particularly new technique, but I recently downloaded some open source software that included focus stacking functionality, so thought I'd have a play...

http://www.adrianmulton.co.uk/blog/focus-stacking-with-open-source-software-and-photoshop/
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The last few months have been wonderfully busy, but I recently found a moment to update my business blog. The latest post is a quick peek at shooting white background studio-style images of large products on location. The products in this example are the kind of metal shelving you frequently find in garages, warehouse and the like.
http://www.adrianmulton.co.uk/blog/an-on-the-shelf-solution/
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Snapshots of Norway Part 4: Planes, Trains and Bicycles
A final selection of images from Norway, taking in scenes from a cruise through the fjords, a railway journey across the Arctic Circle, and a brief sojourn in Bodo.
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28/11/2016
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Snapshots of Norway: Above the Arctic Circle
A selection of the sights on offer in and around Tromso. If you visit there with your kids, be sure to pop in to the great value Polaria to see the bearded seals, some really ugly fish (gotta love ugly fish) and the biggest crabs
found outside a Guy N Smith novel.
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23/11/2016
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Snapshots of Norway Part 2: Trondheim and Lian
Trondheim was our southern-most port of call. Whilst keeping touch with its past, the centre boasts a freewheeling, youthful vibe. After enjoying the waterfront views and graffiti, we took the short tram ride up to the lakeside tranquility of Lian. You are never very far from the countryside in Norway...
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21/11/2016
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Snapshots of Norway: Svolvaer and the Lofoten archipelago The highlight of a great trip, Svolvaer managed to be sleepy and industrious at the same time.
Our accommodation was a converted fishing hut (Rorbu) sitting above the water, and huge skeletal stockfish racks dotted the landscape, awaiting the next season's cod haul. Svolvaer's mountainous backdrop also provided our first sighting of the Northern Lights.
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18/11/2016
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My blog has been updated with some snaps of the Northern Lights from my recent trip to Norway, along with a few simple tips for photographing this natural wonder.

http://www.adrianmulton.co.uk/blog/the-northern-lights/
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Currently getting to know the Nikon D750. Thankfully not hugely different to my previous Nikons, but its handling of high ISO shooting looks to be markedly better than the DX models I am used to - one of the main reasons I am switching from the DX format to FX.
The picture below is from an early morning shoot with the Wivenhoe Photography Group, where I got to try the D750 out properly for the first time.
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