A Group specifically for former members of the disbanding
Digital Photo Forum website, who are now joining Redbubble and wishing to
still support and communicate with each other, especially through the
This is a family friendly group so please keep images suitable for young eyes!!!
OUR AIM -
To provide a continued sense of community – feel free to click on the FORUMS tab to check out threads which give news and tutorials / help. This section is DPF-specific so we can share ‘family’ information.
FEATURED ARTIST is Yellow Jacket (Paul) who passed away early morning 9th October 2008 USA time. His family appreciates our love and prayers – in return we surely do appreciate Paul’s contribution to the ‘family’ that is / was DPF. We celebrate his compassion, his sense of humour, his faith and his humility. At Paul’s memorial service a “Man lost” flyover occurred – here is a shot of one of the planes. A very moving moment.
FEATURED ARTIST Vic Cross passed from this earthly life on the 15th October 2009. Vic joined Redbubble in March 2008, making the move from the DPF site that was formerly our ‘home’, to the new ‘home’ here. In doing so, showing us all that age was no barrier.
We all enjoyed his sense of humour, his courage & of course, his photos.
I’m sure he is quite happy to be here alongside Paul (Yellowjacket) to share the spot of Featured Member.
FEATURED ARTIST Claire Farley … 1957 – 2010.
Claire was a dearly loved member of DPF, with her now famous Corrigan Windmill shot bringing her very much to everyone’s notice. She joined us in the move to RedBubble and her photography certainly made an impression. She had photos published, was interviewed for a local paper in Queensland, and featured in an exhibition. Claire cared for, and moved her old dad from WA back to Queensland for his final months, and was planning on ‘going home’ to Perth herself to take up where she left off … however early this year she was diagnosed with cancer. Unfortunately it was incredibly aggressive and the move was made, very much at the last moment, enabling her to be with her sons in WA for her final weeks. Claire’s presence in our group is missed – she was always willing to help, to share knowledge, and to encourage others. Her courage and positive attitude through the last months were inspirational. Vale Claire …