Category Archives: Photo Tips

Four simple words

Four simple words. Sit, Take, Eat, Pay. Wouldn’t it be great if so many routine tasks could be reduced to a simple few words. And that set me thinking: what about the process of taking images? How about a simple … Continue reading

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Transplant Surgery

That’s an attention grabbing headline! But to reassure you: this Post is not about a surgical operation, no blood has been spilled in the taking of today’s image nor in the making of the final result. It’s about a radical … Continue reading

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A Leica, an Exhibition, and a Walk

Last week I attended a workshop at the Leica Akademie in London and not only held a Leica M but also spent an hour walking around Mayfair using it. That is likely to be an unrepeatable experience. And it was … Continue reading

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When to Delete

I’ve been quiet on the blogging scene for the last few days – making last-minute revisions to my talk ‘The Seeing Eye: Getting the Picture, Developing the Image’ which was delivered last night to Oxford Photographic Society. It was a … Continue reading

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Rescued from the Trash Can

‘To Trash or not to Trash’: that is the question? You will know the problem. Your hard disk is filling up fast; you go out on a shoot, or maybe on holiday, and you come back with a heap of … Continue reading

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Skiffs

Another black and white image from my print archive today. Click here to read an earlier post to learn how these have been digitized. Click on any image to see a better and sharper enlargement. This Image was taken about … Continue reading

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Plantation Panning

Today’s images are something completely different for me. The product of 40 minutes work and 204 images in a tree plantation, experimenting with slow exposures to create blurred images of the trees. I’ve seen some similar work like this by … Continue reading

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