What camera do you use? I have a few. A Canon EOS 100D, a Nikon D80 (with a Nikkor 18-70mm f/1.35-4.5 zoom lens, with 2x and 4x magnification lens), and a Canon EOS 400D (used most often with a Canon 50mm f/1.8 prime lens - so no zoom, for the less photographically minded - and sometimes with a Sigma 55-200mm f/1.4-5.6 zoom lens). Oh, and a pocket sized Sony RX100. But lately I'm just as likely to use the camera on my iPhone 5.
I also have a bunch of vintage Polaroid cameras including a 680 SLR, an SX70, and a 350, but film for these babies is beyond exorbitant now so they rarely see the light of day. My dream camera is currently a Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Anyone out there who'd like me to test drive one for review purposes, you can be my very best friend, forever!
Can I buy prints of your images anywhere? Not at the moment, but they may be available in the future. Watch this space!
Please tell me more about the whippets.Their names are Finn, Tadhg (pronounced Tyg, an Irish Gaelic name, one meaning of which is badger), Taran (an essentially onomatopoeic Welsh name meaning thunder), Jim, and Griff (short for Griffin). No two look alike. The fleetest, Finn is coloured a dove like blue-grey; the clowns of the pack, half-brothers Tadhg and Taran, are both black, but Tadhg has four white paws, a white chest, and a white stripe that runs the length of his face; stripy boy Jim I've posted about before; and wild child Griff is the colour of set honey, with a black muzzle and smudgy black 'eyeliner'. They are my joy!
Can I sell the accessories/babywear I knit from your patterns? At the moment the only patterns I have published are available free of charge. I've done this to benefit charities such as MSF via p/hop so I'd really rather you didn't profit personally from my altruism. But knitting a Demne or a Downton etc. to benefit a charity you support is absolutely fine.It's worth noting here, given the often heated debates about issues of copyright that take place on Ravelry, that although copyright applies to the written pattern only, in the UK designers also have internationally enforceable design rights.