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16th March 2018

Is your camera strap properly secured?

Make your camera strap safe Is your camera strap safe? I see so many that are threaded so that they could easily come loose. I have heard of cameras falling […]
1st March 2018

General Data Protection Regulations (and Bill) and other laws. Updated August 2019.

GDPR – Something restrictive this way comes While the Beast from the East battered our land,  a different storm worried photographers: the new General Data Protection Regulations, or GDPR. There […]
16th February 2018

Finding a professional photographer

If you walk down the street and see a shop window that is an untidy mess, would you go in? Or, would you visit the shop selling the same products […]
24th January 2018

Be Prepared

Be Prepared for the worst the weather can throw at you Suffering for art is not something I believe in; I like being comfortable. Most of my favourite images happened […]
3rd January 2018
Rough Seas at dawn

Reality?

There is no such thing as reality Happy New Year! A purely human arbitrary concept, chosen in the past by our ancestors, it doesn’t correspond with an annual astronomical event […]
2nd October 2017

Isn’t there a law against that?

Election Time. Get your camera out! Earlier this year, a collective groan resounded around me; yet another election. The one silver lining for me is that political activity can offer […]
27th September 2017
Geese flying at dawn from Holy Island with Inner Farne Island behind. Photographic services include providing images for websites and products

A Piece of Cake

The Ingredients Two-years BG (Before Google), I worked at an outdoor education centre in a remote village on the beautiful west coast of Scotland.  It’s a perfect location for landscape […]
4th September 2017

Tour of Britain

The Northumberland leg of the Tour of Britain passed by us today.  My E-M5ii was mounted on a tripod with the 45mm f/1.8 lens. I pre-focused it and composed the […]
23rd August 2017

A Point of View

Photography taught me to look at the world in a different way and think about what I see. It taught me to concentrate on the details and look for similarities […]

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