A few days ago a photographer ranted on his facebook page. It made the news, where they asked the question “Are smartphones ruining weddings?” This blog post is my take on that.
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’m investigating new print suppliers for my ball photography now. For a long time I have used the same lab for printing such photos, but this year their customer service has let them down.
The Jam Factory were contact by a TV production company making a program for Channel 4, and in turn they contacted us, wanting to feature the exhibition and some of the artists in their show.
I’ve got a picture up at another exhibition in Oxford. This post has all the details and more. So read it!
I’m working on a community art project at the moment called the Oxford Photographic Grid. The aim is to photograph Oxford in a systematic way rather than focusing only on the tourist attractions. If you’re interested in finding out about this project, please visit the project website.
I’m always a little apprehensive when I get emails from clients to whom I’ve just delivered photos. Particularly if the email starts “Dear Mark” because “Dear” sounds so formal. Despite having confidence in my work, I’m nervous to know what
The Tate Modern in London is currently having an exhibition contrasting contemporary street and studio photography. As part of the exhibition they are showing work submitted to a moderated group on Flickr. I submitted my signature photo to this group
I’ve seen Wordles in number of places now, and so I thought I’d jump on the bandwagon. Here’s a Wordle of this blog created today – although not including this post – but perhaps iteratively doing it could be interesting…