Like many English people I have memories of school holidays spent in caravan sites. As we were in the north of England I guess the weather must often have been cold and probably raining, but I don't really remember that. I do remember playing on the rough sandy beaches, collecting fresh mussels near Waren Mill… Continue reading Once school starts. Photographs from the campsite.
A great time to take photographs is during my two or three daily dog walks. We normally wander around some of the local parks - as I've posted about previously - and today I had the opportunity to test out my new Fuji X-T3 and the 23mm F2 lens. I decided to buy the X-T3… Continue reading The Struggles of a Dog-walking Photographer
I don't know if this applies to everyone, but I wonder if there's a time in every photographer's life where we start to look for projects and not just images. I hope it means that from the perspective of our own creative journey we've progressed beyond the point where we concern ourselves with f-stop, shutter… Continue reading Business Travel in photographs
Not every photo expedition has to be carefully planned, with the objective thought out before hand and all the necessary kit packed into a bulging and heavy backpack. Getting out of a cosy bed before dawn once the clocks have gone forward is one of the most difficult parts of the photographer's calling. Sometimes, though,… Continue reading Local nature photography
There are some times when, to feel fully creative, one needs to just let go of the norms, open your mind to the great possibilities that are out there and break out into something new. I've been reading a lot of work by the Canadian photographer David Duchemin recently, both his blogs and some of… Continue reading Photographic Jazz