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Hello London Bloggers

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Tonight I’m doing something a little different than the usual papercraftyness – I’m speaking at the London Bloggers Meet-Up as they present a panel on blog photography. A big hello to anyone who has popped over here as a result of that – thanks so much for visiting.

Before you leave, there are a few things that might be of photography interest amongst all the scrapbooks and cupcakes here on my blog. Camera School is a series of posts on becoming one with your camera, in a non-technical-manual sort of way. Travel Photography for Scrapbookers is actually a bit useful for non-scrapbookers too, if you fancy some fancier holiday snaps this summer. This post walks you through my favourite post-processing system, RadLab. Or some other specific posts, like my crazy love for shallow depth of field, my thoughts on Instagram, TTV photography for trying something that combines a digital camera and a vintage camera, a q&a on my photo style or some notes on Hipstamatic (which admittedly has scrapbooking in the post but non-scrapbookers have my permission to skim past the crafty stuff if you must).

If there’s anything else I can help with, you can find me on Twitter or you can email me. Huzzah for all things London and bloggish, so do get in touch!

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26 June 2012



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8 Comments for Hello London Bloggers

  1. Leah Says:

    I really enjoyed your talk last night Shimelle (plus it was great to catch up!). I think all the boys in the room learnt a few things about the scrapbooking world too. Thanks for popping up all these links too!

  2. Deborah Says:

    Hi Shimelle. This post comes from a US fan in South Carolina. I was just reading an article in the newspaper about the Olympics and saw a picture of the worlds largest McDonalds in London and wondered how close that was to you. I’m looking forward to the gymnastic competitions! Have a great day.

  3. Andy Bargery Says:

    Hi Shimelle,

    Just a quick note to say thanks again for speaking at our London Bloggers Meetup last week. Everyone I have spoken to really enjoyed your talk and the piece about using Flickr images with Creative Commons licensing was eye opening for me.

    See you at an LBM again soon.

    Andy

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