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    Name: Lee O Age: 51
    Username: Lee31
    Gender: M
    Type: Registered User Location: Surrey, UK
    Cameras: Canon EOS-20D
    Canon EOS-300D Rebel
    Fujifilm FinePix 6800Z
    Lenses: Sigma 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 Compact Hyperzoom Aspherical for Canon
    Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS
    Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX Macro AF for Canon
    Registered: Jul. 27th 2003
    Contact: Private Message
    URL: http://www.leophotography.com
    Biography: I have been interested in photography since the mid 80s. My first camera was an Olympus XA3. This camera served me well, and I took many good photos with it. Then in the early 90s I purchased my first SLA, a Pentax. After using this for a while and again gaining good results, I bought a Canon EOS 100, with 2 lenses, and flash unit. I was now hooked. After a couple of years of taking photos at friends' weddings and general use my interest started to fade. Also I didn't like having to carry all the gear around I stored away.

    In August 2001, before a holiday to Venice, I decided to get a new modern compact camera. Persuaded by a friend I bought a digital camera. I knew nothing of digital photography but had computer knowledge, so decided it was the way to go. I purchased a Fujifilm 6800z and was hooked again.

    In 2003 I decided it was time to revisit the SLR arena, and with Canons introduction of their 300D, it was the obvious choice. I am still taking hundreds of photos, with renewed enthusiasm.

    I am a great believer that photography is the art of capturing what you see using the camera, and not editing it afterwards on the PC. I am not saying that the digital editing should not happen (ie removing an intruding object), but each has its place and should be judged separately and not side by side.
    Signature: www.leophotography.com

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    Challenge Entries
    Last 10 Forum Threads Posted To
    Thread   Section   Date
    Having a hard time on what to crop. Edit me.   Individual Photograph Discussion  198 months ago
    Which printer, Epson 1290s or R1800   Hardware and Software  210 months ago
    What am I doing wrong??   Hardware and Software  210 months ago
    Rechipping a Lens   Hardware and Software  210 months ago
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    Time to upgrade image size from 640 to 800   Web Site Suggestions  218 months ago
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