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So its already 2015..... I spend my time on Flick Facey and Redbubble.
LIfe is god! :)
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white
2014 still taking pics. Look for David Haworth Photography on Facebook
Take care all
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white

2012 and another year on Devart

Journal Entry: Sun Feb 5, 2012, 7:46 PM



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2012 and I'm still taking photos. Have had a few successes with commercial calendar sales
of my book and one photo Kingdom of Cane was chosen to be purchased as a book cover. I sold an article and photos to Australian Photography magazine ( Jan2012 issue ).Mixing models and landscapes/seascapes. Improving my photoshop skills. Just have purchased a new Asus gaming 17 i7 laptop which I am whipping into shape. Need everything to run under Win 7 64 bit.
See you round like a rissole.
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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white

Seascapes and Sunsets

Journal Entry: Sat Sep 3, 2011, 4:12 PM



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Spending four weeks working in the Great Australian Bight on the southern Coast of Australia. There is a cliff face running the length of the country ( Think twelve Apostles ) and my town is very small and set in a bay bitten out of the cliffs. It has about 500 people, a long jetty and a sandy beach and just a kilometer away is this dramatic cliff dominated sea shore. So I am back to taking scenes for a month and will try to shoot every day. If you wish to like David Haworth Photography on Facebook you will get to see the new stuff each day. See you when I get back!



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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white

Updating my photographic journey

Journal Entry: Thu Jul 14, 2011, 2:06 AM



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From January I have been shooting models and portraits. You may have noticed. I've learnt about flash and light and poses. I've learnt about clothes and makeup and fashion and software for touching up skin. I've learnt to meet strangers and gain their trust and how to talk to them and
get the best from them in front of a camera. I have netowrked online, set up a facebook page called David haworth Photography ( like ) and a Google + account. I have sold older work for calendars and taken my first pro shoot doing a local Sydney band's photos. Life is exciting. I have tried working in a studio and enjoyed the intense creative experience that entails.
I've noticed many of the people I used to follow on DA are no longer active or around. But I'm always happy meeting new talent. Hows your life going?
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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white

My Latest Journal

Journal Entry: Fri Apr 8, 2011, 9:50 PM



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Doesn't say much. What would you like to know. Ask me a question!

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white

Die Antwoord

Journal Entry: Sun Jan 9, 2011, 11:04 PM



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I love Die Antwoord!!!!
Me missus reckons they are a joke!
I reckon they are cutting edge like the Beastie boys used to be!
Oh and get across the band Crocodiles.. do it now!
and vote in my poll!

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: classic sci fi
  • Watching: Dexter S5
  • Playing: Portrait photography
  • Eating: double brie
  • Drinking: white

Sunseeker breaks into the music industry

Journal Entry: Wed Aug 11, 2010, 4:29 PM



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Sort of.... the cover photo is mine.
The musicians play baroque music from the 17th century ( I think )
Payment on a scale where Bon Jovi is 10 was 0.01.
It may get some distribution in dusty corners of Europe.

baroque

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: Jeff Deaver
  • Watching: Our Election
  • Playing: time management
  • Eating: Sausage rolls for men
  • Drinking: white

Thanks for your devious help

Journal Entry: Wed Jul 21, 2010, 5:10 PM



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To everyone who gave me advise and links to help me with model poses
for our shoot at the Glebe tram sheds.Mr Malcolm has posted his best
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and they are pretty good imo. We have another shoot this weekend with
different willing models.
We are also scouting out some hot tips on other run down locations
in the Sydney area.
Its either that or turns Malcolms man shed into a dedicated studio.
And thats a worry cause the bar would definitely stay.

Amazing that beautiful photos can come out of such chaos is'nt it?

Malcolm Shed


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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: Jeff Deaver
  • Watching: Hawke
  • Playing: time management
  • Eating: biccis
  • Drinking: tetley tea

Can you help me pose models?

Journal Entry: Mon Jul 12, 2010, 9:14 PM



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Mal, me and a couple of others will be heading off soon to shoot some young attractive ladies using the Glebe Tram shed as a location.. see Mals trippy shot. We have options with or without grafitti but I need some help studying poses from other phoptographers. Esp head eyes and upper body poses but I need ideas all round. So would you be able to link me to the photographers you watch that do this best? Many Thanks!





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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Ton amd Alex JJJ
  • Reading: Jeff Deaver
  • Watching: Comedy festival
  • Playing: majong
  • Eating: scones
  • Drinking: tetley tea

F#ckin GUTLESS!

Journal Entry: Fri Jul 2, 2010, 10:23 PM



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Camera Guts

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Cloud Control
  • Reading: God of Little things
  • Watching: Ebay
  • Playing: waiting game
  • Eating: fasting
  • Drinking: tetley tea

How Photographer got her Gaza Ship photos out!!!!!

Journal Entry: Thu Jun 3, 2010, 5:36 PM



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Kate Geraghty, the photographer for MY paper, the Sydney morning Herald was on board the Gaza aid ship and recorded what followed. This is her story and I give her props big time.

AS THE assault began I started shooting, rotating my six memory cards regularly to reduce the risk of losing them.

What we were seeing was unbelievable and I wanted to make sure the images survived so the story could be told.

I took hundreds of photos.

I was praying to God I'd get something.

Four assault boats full of soldiers were chasing us and I knew they would board. I knew I just had to shoot as much as I could.

With satellite communication jammed there was no way to transmit the images so I used gaffer tape to hide the micro SD cards on my body and in my clothes.

Most of the Israeli boats sped away but a Zodiac stopped beside our boat and the commandos boarded.

I was knocked to the ground, perhaps by a stun gun. I got up and a soldier lunged towards me and snatched my camera.

Despite numerous searches, including a strip search, I saved three cards. The Israelis found three in my clothing, but I hung on to the others - two on my body and one in some personal gear.

See her photos here and around the world. www.smh.com.au/world/prayers-t…

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: White Rabbits
  • Reading: Jeffery Deaver
  • Watching: ARL
  • Playing: waiting game
  • Eating: Banana
  • Drinking: H2O

Tooting my own Trumpet

Journal Entry: Wed Jun 2, 2010, 9:57 PM



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Entered the Henry Lawson festival Photo competition with
On Fire Mountain and scored a second place for the second
year in a row.Hundred bucks towards my camera repair.
I will be at the festival this year to see my shot hung.
Exciting!


Link detail24.deviantart.com/art/bi…



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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: White Rabbits
  • Reading: Jeffery Deaver
  • Watching: ARL
  • Playing: waiting game
  • Eating: Banana
  • Drinking: H2O

I don't usually do Album Reviews....but

Journal Entry: Wed May 26, 2010, 7:29 PM



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Fyfe Dangerfield

In the sixties and seventies for a brief few years in England a brief and wonderful talent by the name of Nick Drake flowered then died. His legacy of songs live on to be rediscovered by new generations.
I have to report that possibly an equal talent has emerged. Fyfe Dangerfield sings soring happy anthemic singles such as
Faster than the Setting sun and When you walk in the room.
His voice is clear and confident with hints of Bowie and Luke Steele, his melodies and dynamics are impeccable, his arangements soaring and dramatic.
But the true gems are on his album. Soft gentle heartfelt songs of love, expressed with a tenderness and intelligence that will leave you stunned and wanting to repeat them.
If you love Nick Drake, Fyfe will not dissapoint.Album is Fly yellow Sun

Other review....read watchoutfor.com.au/fyfe-danger…

Conclusion
In all honesty, Fly Yellow Moon is a near perfect record.There are too many great lyrics drizzled over catchy-as-hell choruses for it not to be. It's definitely more of a personal record, with the most enjoyment likely to be experienced listening to it in quiet surroundings than a crowded room. Having said that, it's a wonderful piece of instant pop-mastery, and a definite candidate for album of the year.


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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Fyfe Dangerfield
  • Reading: Pi
  • Watching: ARL
  • Playing: waiting game
  • Eating: Banana
  • Drinking: H2O

The wet 5D, verdict and decision

Journal Entry: Mon May 17, 2010, 11:57 PM



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After sleeping on it for a week I have made my decision.

I'm never going to take a photo again.

Just kidding.

I will get the camera repaired.
Reasons. The repair replaces the shutter
as well as the mirror bay...
For the price of a mint ebay camera ($1500)
I get my cam back as new.
The 5D MK2 is still about $2600, another
$1100 for features I don't want or need.
Not keen on 21MP. I like my big phat 11MP.
Its prints to A3 clear and sharp. Its all
the resolution I require for my type of
photography. Don't need movies, live view
mega iso levels.
So castigate me if you like but I'm
happy on a MK1.
Also its cheaper to dunk in the sea again than
a MK2. You didn't think I was going to change my
habits I hope?


And on an aside, could all the people
winging about DA please pack your bags
and leave as of Yesterday? Thanks.
I love you like a foreign aquaintance
Damien C but you have left DA more times
than John Farnham has had farewell concerts
( An Aussie in joke there, the guy just
won't quit )

Wingers of the world, fuck off, we don't need you :D


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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Bflat
  • Reading: Pi
  • Watching: ARL
  • Playing: AP
  • Eating: ATE
  • Drinking: H2O

No longer taking photos, my 5D is a paperweight.

Journal Entry: Thu May 13, 2010, 10:15 PM



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I've had a bad news month. My 5D took a dip and at $1400 I won't be getting it repaired ( 1800 second hand on Ebay )
Upon inspection found unit has been damaged by some form of liquid penetration as evident by corrosion on major components of the camera. Quote to dismantle unit, supply and fit listed parts, adjust as required, reassemble, clean, check and test.

CY3-1519-020 MIRROR BOX ASS'Y, (EOS 5D ) $ 345.00
CG2-1701-000 FPC ASS'Y, AUTO FOCUS, (EOS 5D ) $ 158.66
CG2-1689-000 PCB ASS'Y, DC/DC, (EOS 5D ) $ 88.09
CG2-1632-000 SHUTTER ASS'Y, (EOS 5D ) $ 161.75
CG2-1692-000 FPC ASS'Y, INTERFACE, (EOS 5D ) $ 54.29
CG2-1734-000 TERMINAL ASS'Y, PC, (EOS 5D ) $ 24.32

Labour $ 469.00
Parts $ 832.12
Freight $ 13.00
Sub Total $     1,314.12
GST $ 131.41

Repair Total $ 1445.53


My L lens lives and I will save for a 5D MKII body in the spring. That and my gmail getting hacked and my credit details stolen online ( thanks Bendigo Bank for spotting it within hours )
I'll try an look in and comment whenever I can guys.
David


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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: The sound of tears
  • Reading: 5D MK2 reviews
  • Watching: shopbot

Chillin' in Coolamon ( with photos )

Journal Entry: Sun May 9, 2010, 9:55 PM



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Away from home base in a small country town called Coolamon.
Here are my quaint digs
My Cottage
before I left I had a mishap with the 5D which is at Dr Canons repair dept so all I have is me camera phone. The 5D had a moment in about 4 inches of surf...in and out but came up with an ERR message.Its a good chance to catch up on some photoshop tutorials and learn some new stuff.
Coolamon Rail
I don't have to worry about dust spots on the phones sensor
Nice clean little historic Town 30 km from Wagga Wagga
Hotel  Coolamon
Country pubs are very important for country life
As is the Post Office..... notice the "s"
Coolamon PO
I pray my camera is fixable and comes back soon
Country church
Take care all, see you on the other side.


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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Star FM
  • Reading: The Riders Tim Winton
  • Watching: Star Trek NG
  • Playing: Video Tutes
  • Eating: Grapes
  • Drinking: Australian wines

Does this describe you as a Photographer?

Journal Entry: Thu Apr 22, 2010, 9:08 PM



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Photographers complain the most. Optimism is not their default setting.Perhaps among themselves the radiate confidence but to reporters they present as the most put apon members of the human race. Disappointment is their daily bread. They pack their cameras every morning and head out into the streets in a mood of resigned dispair. The fine pictures they bring back are passed off as accidents. They mask their pride and grumble.

Discuss.....

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Lisa Mitchell 2008
  • Reading: Scar Tissue Anthony Kiedis
  • Watching: Star Trek NG
  • Playing: ball throwing for dog
  • Eating: ham sandies
  • Drinking: Australian wines

Guides by Photographers for Photographers

Journal Entry: Thu Apr 8, 2010, 11:43 PM



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The Open Source Photoguide may be available for your country. If not
think about getting together wioth some photographers and writing your own guides. Its not hard
here is the WW link. freephotoguides.blogspot.com/
At Present there are guides for these countries
Antarctica
Australia
Canada
Cyprus & Eastern Mediterranean
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
New Zealand
South Africa
Sweden
United Kingdom
USA
Obviously the UK guide covers multiple countries
Check out the delicious Scotland guide. Some great photography.
freephotoguidesukscotland.blog…
If you want to travel to an area and want the low down on the best times , places, tides, seasons etc check out the guides.

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Lisa Mitchell 2008
  • Reading: Scar Tissue Anthony Kiedis
  • Watching: Dexter
  • Playing: ball throwing for dog
  • Eating: Pub nosh
  • Drinking: Beer

How to display images on the web in the best light

Journal Entry: Sun Mar 21, 2010, 1:33 PM



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You images actually look crappy unless you have a little read and institute some easy
fixes.
From Kkarts journal kkart.deviantart.com/journal/3…
If you load one large file to the net like I was doing.... John says....
Full size images, look dull. Very dull, on any screen. You can sharpen it all day long, but because of how huge the file is, it is going to look dull, because of screen resolution on monitors. This is WHY you all should be optimizing your images for the web.

Sound hard.. nah! If you have PS there is a free action that does all the hard PS work for you.
Read Phillips journal to get the link to the action he made and download it.
prperold.deviantart.com/journa…
Don't know how to load and run a photoshop action?
View this little soundless Youtube video.. its easy...www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLUvea…

want to see what the action does....? screen shot
Display for web action

want to discover more, understand more and maybe do all the tinkering yourself?
Read Ian Plants web page where he explains all with photo examples.
mountaintrailphoto.com/article…

From John's Journal...
If you are selling prints, you should be uploading 2 images, a print source file, and a smaller image that is a deviation. If you don't sell prints, you should be uploading one image only, a small deviation.

Don't have PS?  Use Picnik.... a website that allows you to alter and adjust your shots online!!
www.picnik.com/

Good luck and good gardening to you all.

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Journal CSS and Design by Lilyas
  • Listening to: Julia Zemirous
  • Reading: The Coffin Dancer
  • Watching: Rockwiz Live at the Enmore
  • Playing: ball throwing for dog
  • Eating: apples
  • Drinking: Tea