Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Chris Neal
Quite good at taking photos. Likes thinking about writing more than actually doing it.
Quite good at taking photos. Likes thinking about writing more than actually doing it.

Chris's interests
View all
Chris's posts

Post has attachment
The superb sculptures of Duane Hanson (Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Hyde Park, London).
5 Photos - View album

Post has attachment
Chris Neal commented on a post on Blogger.
That's great, but I've found that once you've clicked the link in Note 1 and are taken to Note 2, there's no Back button to take you back to the previous note. I have had to then close Note 2 and locate Note 1 again in the notebook. (Mac version)

Post has shared content
Get it. Read it. I will.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Spent hours and hours over the last few months rooting, flashing, re-flashing and customising my #samsung  Galaxy SII, and it's running sweeeeet. Why then am I tempted to start all over again with a fledgling #jellybean  ROM?

Anyone running Jelly Bean? Is it worth the effort at this stage? #Android  

Thank you Google for listening. The latest update to Google+ app for #Android is MUCH nicer! :-)

Post has shared content
Great idea for a circle if you want to improve you're photography and help others do the same. 
The BRAND NEW Amateur Photographer's Circle


READ before asking for inclusion!

Are you an amateur photographer? Do you want to learn more about photography? Do you want to meet people just like yourself? Do you want to have your work promoted on a page exclusively made for amateurs here on Google+? Then this is a circle for you.

This brand new circle will focus on amateur photographers who wants to learn more about photography. I will add a page for this circle and promote the work from people who are in it. We will share tips and tricks about equipment, photography and editing –– and there will be exclusive content available only to the circle members. Plus a few surprises along the way... :)

Do you want to join the APC? Then do the following:

1) Circle me. This is important so that I can add you to the APC VIP Circle.

2) Reshare this post. Why? If you want to be promoted, it's only fair that you help promote others. Do NOT remove the reshared post from your feed after I have added you to the circle.

3) You may NOT be a professional photographer, in fact, you may not even be a semi-professional ditto to become a member in this group. 

4. Ask for inclusion in the comments and please state which kind of photography you are into and that you HAVE reshared. I will check every feed.

5. Make sure that you mainly share your own original images in your feed. If there are too many reshares of other peoples' work, irrelevant YouTube clips, animated GIFS, blog post teasers etc., I might not add you to the circle. The APC is a validated quality circle that should bring people great amateur photography to their feeds.

NOTE! If you see that I have plussed your comment, then you know that I have added you to the circle. I didn't PLUS your comment? Make sure that you have reshared this announcement post and let me know that you did so.

*This announcement post is hash-tagged with #CircleSharingForThePeopleAPC1 so that you may mute the reshares this post will generate. That way you will avoid seeing multiple copies of this post in your feed and your adrenaline level will stay normal. I will add a new hash-tag for every announcement and circle post in the future. That way you won't miss out on any of the action but still can mute all the duplicate reshares.* 

Here is an excellent add-on that will help you to mute the reshares:


Post has attachment
I've started an online photography course to try and take my skills to the next level. I hope to turn pro one day. Today's assignment was to take an object from around the house, envision how you want the final shot to look and then create it, making technical quality the priority. Quite pleased with the result; let's hope my tutor is too.
Wait while more posts are being loaded