I'm going to be trying a slightly different format for a couple of weeks. Instead of a longer blog post at random and sometimes lengthy intervals I'm going to try to post something a little more often, but just containing one or two images. As Autumn slowly begins to turn its thoughts towards winter, the… Continue reading End of Autumn
Intentional Camera Movement - ICM. What is it, and is it a valid form of photography or is it something that people with no real artistic talent just mess with and then call it art? As always, the answer isn't a straight yes or no, especially when it comes to personal interpretation of just what… Continue reading Fall Colour Photography – ICM
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.
Recently I went to our local woods for an hour or so, to shoot in the middle of the day but under the canopy of trees in full leaf. I wanted to shoot wide-angle so I took along the wonderful Fuji 16mm f2.8 attached to my X-T3. I shoot both Nikon and Fuji and am… Continue reading Nature Photography – Cropping
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
Each day - at least two or three times - we take our dogs for a walk. I'll always have my iPhone with me and I've taken many shots with that. The iPhone might not be a 'proper' camera in some people's eyes, but with a bit of simple editing in something like Snapseed it… Continue reading Photographing the morning walk