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RE: PHOTOGRAPHY. - 7
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, Sun Aug 15, 2010 8:54 am
Morning SB, I don't know about cleaning Len's, he can clean his own, but the best way to clean lenses is with a proper cleaner and cloth. VM uses the same method as myself, which is the easiest and cheapest, a well worn newly washed handkerchief, breathe on the lens and carefully wipe it over in a circular motion. DO NOT USE TISSUES OF ANY TYPE, they contain minute slivers of wood which will scratch the lens. An easy way to tell if the lens is dirty, breathe on it and see how long it takes to clear, if more than a couple of seconds it is dirty and needs cleaning, by the above method, depending how dirty, you may need to do it a couple of times.
John Thank you so much. I have just uploaded the Avatar you did for me, it was easier than I thought and it looks great.
Thats the only photo I have of me as a child aged about 10. We could never afford the school photographs and I was very glad to be able to obtain a copy of this school photo from a posting by Dave on the the BHF site.
I must admit I was a bit shocked when I finally realised that the skinny kid on the end of the line in the school photo was actually me.
, Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:54 am
Posted by signmanAlice I used to have a crush on one of the girls in that photograph,(it wasn't you) and used to think she was the bees knees, looking at it now I think to myself why!
You surprise me, you make two very ungentlemanly statements in that post. Even if they are true they could have been phrased better. It's a good job the two ladies concerned are a little more mature now or they could have been scarred for life.