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Bob Sapey
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Birthday:
Jul 19, 1953 (Age: 66)
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Garstang, Lancashire
Occupation:
Retired (University Lecturer)

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Bob Sapey

Active Member, Male, 66, from Garstang, Lancashire

Bob Sapey was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jul 19, 1953 (Age: 66)
    Home Page:
    https://www.flickr.com/people/bob_sapey/
    Location:
    Garstang, Lancashire
    Occupation:
    Retired (University Lecturer)
    Cameras/Bodies:
    EOS 80D; LX100; TZ100; Motorola G6; Solarcan x 1
    Lenses & accessories:
    EF 300; EFS 55-250; EFS 18-135; EFS 17-55; EFS 10-22; EFS 60; EFS 35; EFS 24; Lensbaby 5.8 Circular Fisheye
    Other Kit:
    Speedlites; tripods and Omegon Minitrack LX2
    I am a bass player in two ukulele groups (www.ukulelejukebox.uk and www.garstangukulelegroup.co.uk) and I enjoy photography. After spending 56 years in institutions - school and employment - I retired with a view to becoming deinstitutionalised. Music and photography help a lot.

    I've tried a couple of camera clubs and I've tried competitions, and while I had some success, I feel it tends to force me to conform to a certain type of photography. I prefer to do what takes my fancy at any point in time.

    I have a Canon EOS 80D and a range of EFS lenses. I tried some bigger EF lenses, but prefer to lighter weight ones and at my skill level they are more than adequate. The 80D is a real improvement on the 70D I had previously, especially in terms of its handling of higher ISO and in terms of its dynamic range.

    I also have an LX100 which is a lovely lightweight camera. I think it handles colour really well.