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Jeremy Fryman
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Attended Havelock School, Grimsby
Lives in Ledbury, Herefordshire, UK
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Boing   Spring is on it's way.
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Sure is - my snowdrops are flowering and I found several clumps of primroses - in flower!
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A state of decay. Shed / Barn in Castlemorton
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Amazing architectural photo's
Photography has the power to transform the most familiar buildings into new and original spaces. We take thousands of pictures nowadays, but which are the ones which really stick with us? ;Sto Werkstatt…
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Now on 5.02 and my Nexus 5 is SO FAST! & Smooth.  Seems to access the wi fi quicker too and 1 only get 0.5mb :-( 
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Still waiting for Nexus 7(2012)  to update. Downloaded loads fo tools , tried to download the Andoid image but it keeps failing with a network error. 5.01 on my Nexus 5 is super fast and zippy now.
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+Matt Thompson​ just upgraded to 5.02 on my Nexus 5. Even slicker than 5.0. I also uninstalled malware bytes I think that it is now redundant. 
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Ha good to hear from you. A little fun with Farridge.
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There are many articles now extolling the virtues and the limitations of Photos for OS X. It definitely does not offer all of the capabilities we have with Aperture. Apple stated that would be the case when they announced development had stopped for Aperture. What remains to be seen is whether Apple and/or 3rd party developers will bring some of that back.

The capability I see missing that I see no manner in which a 3rd party could provide is some of the DAM rating and labeling and flagging features. When migration one of your Aperture libraries to Photos, your ratings and labels become keywords.

Another feature you lose is hierarchical keywords. They are changed to flat keyword lists. You get all the keywords in the hierarchy applied to the requisite photos, but you lose the organization of your keyword list. For example, if you had United States > California > Pasadena in your Aperture keyword list, Photos would apply all three keywords to the requisite photos, but the hierarchy in which you had them organized is lost in the Photos Keyword HUD.
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A rustic shed / barn. Really an experiment in cropping and positioning the elements.
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Personally I find these kinds of subjects really difficult. 
The cropping feels somewhat contrived to me, the composition feels a little unbalanced. I might try cropping a further two thirds of that door off the top, making an almost square frame, emphasizing the wooden grille, which is where my eye is drawn.
The image seems to rely largely on texture, so it's a pity parts of the image are a little fuzzy.
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Christmas day walk. 
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Nexus 7 went so laggy. Then I cleared out about 20 unused apps and whoooom. Super snappy. I also used clean master to FCC flush out some some redundant stuff. 1 session well worth the effort.
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I flushed the cache partition and my tablet runs like a champ now.
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No lollipop for my 2012 nexus 7. Slightly nervous as it's getting a bit laggy. I. Found the file, tempted to side load but maybe I will wait for Asus to acknowledge the UK.
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+Greg Lewis yes I will. Uninstalled loads of apps to make it run faster. Even my favourite CD Swiftkey 😕
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A reminder? It is December.
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Work
Occupation
Hollybush Design
Skills
All things visual.
Employment
  • Self Employed
    Ex University Lecturer
    Part time now , employed running Hollybush Design - all things visual that require an opinionated yet practical and achievable solution.
  • University of Gloucestershire
    Head of Ceramics & Chair of Visual Arts, 1989 - 2004
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Currently
Ledbury, Herefordshire, UK
Story
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Lots of experience teaching at university and schools. Now practising what I taught.
Bragging rights
Practised in criticism, now managing cynicism.
Education
  • Havelock School, Grimsby
    1968
  • Camberwell School of Arts
    Fine Art Painting, 1969 - 1971
  • Institute of Education. UOL
    1971 - 1972
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