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Tristan Findley
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 I would like Trey's drone and this is what I want to do with it: Wildlife photography - photographing wildlife in its more natural habitat from the air, but without the need for an expensive gas-guzzling helicopter. Sports videography, specifically free-style and downhill skiing!

Thanks for the great video DRTV and Trey!
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Hi there. Been looking into possibly buying a MIOPS, although I have a couple of questions:
Has the device now been released?
Is the App available yet because I'm not seeing it in the Apple iOS App Store in the UK?
Are there any UK suppliers for MIOPS yet?

Thank you in advance and best of luck with such an incredible device!
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Really pleased! My first ever production has gone live!
Love how it turned out!
 
An overview of what we teach on our photography workshop using speed lights with the Olympus OMD Cameras
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Say Hello to our new logo! This logo is now live on our Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare Pages. A big Thank You and shout-out to Dan Coleman, the designer behind this new look!

Keep an eye on our page for more updates to our brand and overall look and feel.

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TFindleyPhoto
Twitter: twitter.com/TFindleyPhoto
FourSquare: https://foursquare.com/tfindleyphoto
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The-Digital-Picture.com's news team presents: Canon Adds EOS-1D Mark IV, 7D, 7D II, 70D, T5i & SL1 Support in DPP 4.1.50 Update
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New SAR post: Tony Northrup introduction to the A7m2. And watch out for the A9 Tony ;) http://ow.ly/2QZk65
Tony Northup posted this 30 min long A7m2 introduction video (Thanks Tony!!!). I agree with him when he says the 5 axis stabilization system is a real game changer feature. Ai also want to add the A7m2 has NOT the A6000 hybrid focus system. That's coming (in an advanced version) on the Sony A9.
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Adobe Lightroom is my favorite workflow tool for my photography. Not only that though. It is the software I use for 99% of my photo processing.
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Hard at work on an Introduction Video for +Robert Pugh of +RP Photography by Design. The Adobe Premiere Timeline is certainly starting to build up day by day.

As each day goes by, I'm starting to feel more confident with +Adobe Premiere, After Effects, and Audition. Also a massive shout-out to PluralEyes by Red Giant Software, which saved me a good couple of hours by instantly syncing all the audio clips together. Think I'll be investing in a license of that before the next production!
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I heard about the upcoming Bluetooth audio transmitter from August when I purchased my August Ep650 Bluetooth headphones. On the off-chance that I’d be able to get one from August to review, I fired off an email linking to my review of the EP650’s and…
I heard about the upcoming Bluetooth audio transmitter from August when I purchased my August Ep650 Bluetooth headphones. On the off-chance that I’d be able to get one from August to review, I fired off an email linking to my review of the EP650′s and asked if August would mind sending me one to review …
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Some photos from today's shoot at the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey.

All photos © +Tristan Findley - +TFindley Photography  - All Rights Reserved
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Education
  • University of Portsmouth
    Computer Network Management & Design, 2003 - 2006
  • Farnborough Sixth Form College
    Computing, Business, 2001 - 2003
  • Calthorpe Park School
    GCSE, 1996 - 2001
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Professional Photographer & IT Professional
Introduction
Tristan is both an IT Professional and Professional Photographer.

He has logged over 10 years as an IT Professional, starting before he had even left college by doing IT support for local residents and family friends, then moving onto IT Helpdesk duties during his time at College.

During his time at college, Tristan realised that his area of speciality lay in Linux based web-servers and security. While at college, Tristan began to learn Linux, and within one month had created a fully functioning IPTables based firewall and router. A month later, he had built a web-server and file-server on his home network, with both services and his whole home network secured by a refined version of his IPTables firewall.

This web-server and firewall design was used up until 3 years ago to run his own web-server and firewall. Today, these servers still exist, with the firewall replaced by a more business-centric package. The web-server configuration and best-practices still remain largely unchanged to this date. This web-server hosts Tristan's personal portfolio and his companies web presence. Today, the server gets nearly 1500 hits a day.

Since graduating University in 2006 with a Honors degree in Computer Network Management & design, Tristan has been working at Royal Holloway University as a full time Systems Administrator.

Tristan began his work as a professional photographer in 2010 when he founded Alopex Productions. Tristan and Alopex Productions began work with the movie production company 'After Dark Productions Ltd' giving him a niche photography market to target. His work with After Dark Productions has lead to roles in other productions, including acting and Assistant Director positions.

No matter the company or type of work, Tristan applies himself enthusiastically and fully to the work at hand.
His personal and hands-on approach with Staff and Students at Royal Holloway, as well as customers of Alopex Productions make for a positive and professional experience.
Bragging rights
First Photographer to photograph Arctic Wolves in the UK, One of a very few photographers to photograph wolf pups up-close and personal, Listed on IMDB at: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4271719/
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Photographer
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Photography, Wildlife Photography, Portraiture, Corporate Photography, Event Photography / Coverage, Photo Booth, Wedding Photography
Employment
  • TFindley Photographic
    Photographer and Founder, 2010 - present
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Paper-based computing company Livescribe has announced the Livescribe 3, the latest version of its popular Bluetooth smartpen for iOS device

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Customizing the Olympus OM-D E-M5 - Update - Using the Power Battery Holder
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Customizing the Olympus OM-D E-M5 to work our way. Changing the function of several buttons is accomplished in the deep menu system.

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Be the part of the most inspiring photo social network! With the 500px you can elegantly showcase your best photos, create slideshows, brows

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Alopex Productions
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Tristan Findley - About
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About. My name is Tristan Findley. I was born in November 1984 in Hampshire, and have been employed at Royal Holloway University since 2006,

Tristan Findley - Review: Graze.com - May 16th 2012
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Please see my Photography Portfolio and my Flickr Gallery. First photographer to capture Arctic Wolves in Britain, courtesy of the UK Wolf C

I admit, I'm not the biggest garden person, however my visit to Wisley Gardens was certainly something I'd consider doing again! The gardens are immaculate. Each area offers something different, from a row of bonsai trees leading up to a massive oak, to the sea of brightly coloured tulips, there is not a single thing out of place here. This is a landscape and macro photographers paradise - you could easily spend a day here and not have photographed everything you'd want to. There are some amazing views from the gardens, including a Japanese gazebo located on the bank of one of the lakes, the view from the top of the hill at the end of Bonsai path, and definitely the glass-house (both inside and out). You could easily loose a good hour or two inside the tropical glass-house, admiring the more exotic plants. There are also educational display areas for children to explain about agriculture, plants, soil, and much much more. Get your breakfast or lunch at the Honest Sausage Café, which is surprisingly reasonable value with very good quality food (although if you're not a Pork fan then you might find the selection a little limiting - the name says it all really). The only slight damper on the day would be the cost of entry - Try to find a two-for-one deal on the entry, or at least a discount voucher of some description.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I've visited the Heron on the Lake a number of times, and always come away having thoroughly enjoyed my time there. The food is of very good quality, decent quantity, and very well presented.Service is always excellent too! I would suggest getting here nice and early as they dont take bookings for smaller groups and there can be a bit of a wait on busier nights. Thats okay as there is a little bar area where you can relax prior to getting your table. It isn't very big though and can often fill up. The restaurant itself is very well looked after. It has a very nice atmosphere and has good atmospheric lighting. There is also an outdoor area on the edge of Fleet Pond, however I have never sat out there on any of my visits here. As the name would suggest, fish is a bit of a speciality for the Heron on the Lake. They always have a good selection on the menu, but also have a great non-fish selection too. The specials board is always worth checking out as well, as some seasonal jewels do creep in here too! I would highly recommend The Heron on the Lake as one of the best places to eat around the Farnborough / Hampshire area, and will definitely be coming back again for another lovely meal!
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Ordered my first ever quadcopter from FirstPersonView.co.uk - Received an absolutely stunning service from the staff here! They were quick to answer any question or query that came their way, both technical or logistical. Their staff are very clued up on what they are selling, and are very knowledgable about the practical uses of everything too. They very kindly matched a special offer from another dealer, and didn't mind in the slightest when I changed my order the first time. Or the second time. Or even the third time! Incredibly helpful and in every way possible! I would definitely order from FirstPersonView again, and will be recommending others to them.
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reviewed 10 months ago
Have twice eaten a Mi Casa Chicken Burrito, and twice come away feeling very satisfied. The price might put some people off at first glance, but the size of the burrito certainly makes you forget about what you paid. It represents a reasonable value for money, but the quality of hte burrito is very good. Quick service and good food, all well packaged and ready to take on a train-ride home from the Nations Capital.
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Super fish-and-chip shop. Massive portions and lovely quality of food! Everything is freshly cooked and served to you with a minimum wait and a minimum of fuss. Staff are friendly and efficient, and the establishment is very clean and tidy - always a good sign for a takeaway. Definitely my go-to Fish & Chip shop for my frequent fix of beautifully Golden-Battered Cod and freshly fried chips, covered a liberal coating of curry sauce with a portion of Onion Rings on the side! Yum!
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Public - 10 months ago
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Saw Within Temptation on their Hydra world tour. Had a super time. Was stood right at the front (to the left of the centre stage). Great view, great sound, and an overall super experience. Can't wait to come back again for another concert! My only slight complaint would be the queue for the toilets, but its an arena that is designed to hold 12,500 people, so honestly its perfectly adequate and what you'd expect for such a crowd. In-arena drink prices can be a little high but not overly so for London.
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We stopped at Bradgate Park Tea Rooms after a lovely spring walk through Bradgate Park. We were pleasantly surprised to discover this little tea-room, tucked neatly away at the other side of the car park. When we saw the prices for the Afternoon Tea-for-Two, we assumed that it must have been a price per-person, but no, it was in fact for two people. For the amount you got, it was an absolute bargain! For Afternoon tea for two we got a pot of tea for one, a coffee for one (with a free refill - thank you!), two MASSIVE pieces of home-made cake, and a sandwich to share. The cake was fresh and perfectly moist, and tasted divine. Even though I'm not a fan of Lemon cakes, I tried the lemon-curd cake and just had to have another piece. Everyone in our group agreed that it was a great place to stop. The staff are friendly and very helpful, and are constantly serving customers and keeping the place tidy, all with a welcoming smile and light conversation. I would definitely come back to Bradgate Park, even if only for the Tea Room.
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