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This week we're featuring a great photographer who has spent a lot of time championing a beautiful part of the country that gets a too little attention. more
I took delivery of a new Arca Swiss D4 Geared Head from Robert White in May 2011 and was immediately impressed by its small dimensions and its quality engineering. more
Autumn in the walled garden I first wandered into Brockwell Park with a camera about five years ago, the park entrance being only a few metres from my front door. Before this it had been nothing more than a pleasant green space to cross on the way to the station at Herne Hill, or the venue for occasional summer picnics. When I could, I traveled to my more
2005, October Having recently returned from a week long visit to the Isle of Eigg, processed the sheets the sheets of film and completed the digital work flow I have taken a little time to look back over images made on previous visits going back to my first in October 2005. Eigg offers a wealth of photographic opportunities throughout the year right across the island more
Seeing Ghosts? I keep seeing human behaviours and emotional states in photographic subjects which I know full well are not human and don't have such characteristics; trees, rocks, clouds, that sort of thing. In other words, I've recently been anthropomorphising images wildly. Obviously, I know I'm merely projecting these human characteristics, and I'll assert my confidence up-front that it's not just me sliding into early dementia here: Flickr and the like are awash, judging by the comments, with 'malevolent' weather more
It’s inevitable that we all reach a point in our photographic journey when we begin to draw nothing but blanks. After downloading the contents of your memory card or getting your freshly processed images back from the lab, you realise that there isn’t even a single image amongst them of any worth. Weeks, or even months, without an image of note can begin to chip away at your creative more