- First newly designed manual 35mm SLR camera released in over 25 years
- Reimagining analogue photography for the smartphone generation
- Developed by creative team behind ‘If You Leave’ photographic community
Photos: (credit: Exmouth RNLI)
PR021117-1 Margot Cornish (centre) with buoy, Crew volunteers Tim Barnes (left) and Harry Griffin (right)
PR021117-1 Inshore lifeboat George Bearman II
PR021117-1 Shannon class lifeboat R and J Welburn
Local artist, Margot paints buoy for Exmouth lifeboat station
Before the evening exercise on 1 November, Exmouth RNLI Crew volunteers were presented with a buoy depicting the station’s Shannon and D class lifeboats.
Photo: (credit: Exmouth RNLI)
PR021117 Rob Langenberg (centre) displaying the painting with Andrew Stott (left) and Roy Stott (right)
Dutch artist donates Shannon painting to Exmouth lifeboat station
Rob Langenberg from Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands has been visiting Exmouth for the last 30 years with his wife, Lia. Rob presented Exmouth lifeboat station with his first seascape work during a recent holiday to south Devon.
Transforming the world of photography and videography, drones have provided a new perspective making it cheap and relatively safe to obtain aerial footage. Although aerial photography is certainly nothing new, planes and helicopters are increasingly becoming replaced by light drones with the addition of high-definition cameras. As with most modern technology, there is a vast range of drones, or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) currently on the market; how much you’re prepared to spend will determine the quality of camera on-board, and the flying characteristics of the drone itself.
The latest Kydd story from the master Napoleonic War naval novelist is another cracking read. The author is now completing two books in the series each year but each new story is as fresh as the first to be released almost 21 years ago – Most Highly Recommended.
The author followed a career in the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm, followed by a tour as curator at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, before becoming an accomplished author of naval aviation history. This new book is a substantial review of the RNAS during the Great War and includes a wealth of images to support the very able text – Most Highly Recommended.
The publisher has pulled out all the stops to make this a memorable Great War Centenary. This is the latest in one of the special series to commemorate WWI. The series reaches 1917 in this book and lays out in an outstanding photographic presentation the year that many claim as the turning point in favour of the Allies – Highly Recommended.