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Dave Pearson

Dave Pearson

Sleaford, United Kingdom

My Websites:

Dave Pearson
Lincolnshire Photography (Lincolnshire Prints)
Photography by Dave Pearson (Sets and Tags) (Map)
General Photography (Random) (Tags) (Map) (Places) (Calendar)
Photography Weblog
Photography Links
Flickr
Photoblog (Book of the Blog)

About Me:

I’m a software developer with an interest in astronomy and photography. I live in the village of Billingborough in Lincolnshire, England.

I’ve been interested in photography since the mid-1980s, starting out as a teenager with a Zenit 11 but my interest only got really serious towards the end of 2006 when I acquired a Canon EOS 400D. Since then I’ve also acquired a Canon PowerShot G9, a Lomo Lubitel 166B (shots here) and a Holga 120GN (shots here).

When it comes to styles of photography I don’t specialise in any particular subject although I do have a fondness for landscapes, abstract details and dabbling with montages. I’m also quite keen on photographing the weather.

I enjoy both digital photography and film photography.

My one big project is Lincolnshire Photography. There I am collecting and displaying all sorts of photography done in and around Lincolnshire.

  • Joined: September 2007

Journal

New book: seen by davep v1.2

This week I’ve created my second book based on my photoblog. You can find out more about it over here.
Posted about 4 years – 1 comments

Hack: RedBubble Art Manager for Windows v1.11.0.0 Released

I’ve uploaded a new version of my RedBubble art manager application (this is v1.11.0.0). You can get it from here. / This release fixes a problem that would be experienced by anyone with a large number of works.
Posted over 4 years – 6 comments

New Toy: 38mm Super-Wide Lens for the Diana+

Yesterday I took delivery of a new toy from Lomography. Actually, two new toys, both connected to my Diana+. One of them was the 38mm super-wide lens: / It’s a nice little package. Not only do you get the lens, you get a viewfinder (the black gadget you see fixed to the top of the camera) and a bag to keep it all in. The viewfinder is very handy because, as well as still allowing you to com…
Posted over 4 years – 14 comments

First Test of the Diana+

A couple or so weeks back I finally got the chance to put a roll of Fuji Provia 400X through my new Diana+. It’s taken a while to get the images processed (strikes on the part of the Royal Mail partly got in the way, but I was also slow doing the processing at my end too) but I finally have the results up on my website: / Lomography Diana+ Test / I’m very please with the results. I…
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