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    Sorry, but admin has asked me which account I'd like to keep. So I am having to let braveheart go and since I will no longer have control over my sbs's I have no choice but to delete them.
    However these sbs's and many more are available, free, on ukflydressing and the wild fishing forums.
    Last edited by braveheart; 13-06-2010 at 12:27 AM.
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    Here is a picture of a butcher i tied tonight. I took this picture because i like the look of the fly when i finished it.
    Im still having problems with my camera. Im still doing my own head in trying to get a good camera for step by steps and close up pictures.
    I just don't think the qaulity is good enough.
    Cromie

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    There's not a lot wrong with the quality of your image there Cromie. You just need to crop it closer and make the image smaller. This one is 500 x 435 pixels



    You have named the image "BloodyButcher" That fly is The Butcher, The Bloody Butcher is a different pattern
    All done

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    Never knew that I just liked to call it the bloody butcher
    Cromie

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    see my avatar for what a bloody butcher looks like

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    Just a bit of red hackle and it would of been done
    Cromie

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    Scotfly, I see that you have tied in the mallard blues the other way round from Cromie. I take it your way is proper?

    Cheers,
    Brennan

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    Well i put this pic on so i could get some help on which camera to get for xmas. Im talking around 200 maybe. I put i post on before about which camera but there was thousands of replies and i wasn't sure what was best.
    I want a camera which will take pics of flies which will look as good as hanswilliams flies on his website.
    Cromie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cromie
    I want a camera which will take pics of flies which will look as good as hanswilliams flies on his website.
    Hans Weilenmann posts on here, why not ask the man himself? I think there is an article on the web about his lighting setup.
    Bob
    PS Any help? http://globalflyfisher.com/gallery/d...g/digital.html
    Last edited by Bob G; 20-11-2006 at 01:20 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cromie
    I want a camera which will take pics of flies which will look as good as hanswilliams flies on his website.
    Who is hanswilliams

    Brennan, you can tie them in either way. For aesthetic reasons I prefer the proper way.
    All done

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