Once again we’re able to move off the pathway now that the undergrowth has begun to die back. Those places and views that have been hidden for the last few months are becoming accessible again as the season changes. Winter will be here soon and bring a new perspective to familiar walks. Etobicoke Creek
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