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Photography Articles

16th July 2020
My wife walking on the beach, shot with my old Olympus E-510 in 2011

Why my blog post for Olympus got lost

Do you accumulate cameras? I do. I have just passed some on to others for their enjoyment, this included a couple of 1930s Twin Lens Reflex […]
28th May 2020

Editing and Developing Software

One of the questions I get asked most regularly is about image editing and developing software. A bewildering array of advice exists, often too complex to […]
23rd May 2020

The ups and downs of being in business during the covid-19 crisis

Covid-19 is a horrible disease. It has hit people’s health, destroyed lives and caused economic hardship. Although there is little we can do to change how […]
30th March 2020
Black headed gull winter plumage

Mental health: Photography is good for the soul

According to the mental health charity, MIND, one in four people in the UK suffer from mental health problems. That’s a staggering and dreadful statistic. At […]
7th August 2019

Street Life – venturing into Street Life Photography

Street Life Photography and Street Portraiture Lots of different genres of photography bundle together under the heading of street photography. For me it means a very […]
3rd July 2019

Manual controls and when to use them.

I can’t be doing with snobbery in photography. I watched a video on YouTube by a well-known photography commentator insisting you must use full frame. Balderdash! […]
17th April 2019
Buying lenses - Sunrise over Lindisfarne Causeway shot with a vintage lens

Buying Lenses – Do you know what to buy?

I’ve written before about choosing a new camera and why you should stick with what you have. But, we may want to augment our kit with […]
15th January 2019

Change cameras? Not On Your Nelly.

I don’t intend to change cameras. Change Cameras? No way! Some of my commercial clients insist on full frame. But, if it were up to me […]