This is Naomi, my new little girl. She’s not so new really, being 6 weeks old now, and nor is she the real purpose of my post. This is after all a photography blog. So Let me introduce my other new baby…
A few years ago I got my wife a telescope for Christmas as she loves stargazing. It was more of a romantic gesture than a genuine belief that she would want to do astronomy in depth.I’d been meaning to have a go at astrophotography for a while. I’ve finally got around to giving it a go.
I finally got around to getting off my first film from my medium format camera developed. The film was a black and white one which came “free” with the camera. This post shows a few results.
If you book me as your wedding photographer, you will want to know that when you get home from honeymoon I will still have all your wedding photos. Keeping your photos safe is important. In this post I share what I do to keep both my professional and my personal photos safe.
Oxfam in Oxford regularly have special camera sale weekends where they display all their photography gear. Last time I almost bought a Kodak Junior, but having researched it, I found that I would have ended up having to re-roll 120 film on to the now obsolete 620 spools.
This pictue accomanying this post only merits being small, because it is terrible and I feel ashamed. In my defence I took it using my wife’s point&shoot in a hurry over breakfast while trying to stop my daughter decorating the
I lent one of my cameras to a friend – Mark Porter – for his trip to Chelsea flower show. He got some nice shots and I had difficulty chosing something to put up here. I’m sure Mark will post
I’ve now upgraded my primary camera to a Nikon D300 – woohoo! A friend asked me why and what it could do that her cameraphone couldn’t. My wife asked me what it could do that my old camara couldn’t, and
After months of deciding what to buy… I’ve finally got a set of studio lights and a bunch of stuff to go with them. I had a little play with them yesterday and they seem pretty easy to use and