A walk along the River Alde

February 06, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
However many photos I come back with from a shoot, I don't often add more than one or two of those images to my website, preferring to just show a selection of my very best images. What happens to all the images that don't make the cut? They're all languishing unseen on my hard drive which seems a shame after spending so much time and effort on the...
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Nisi Filter Review: part 3 - An update

January 13, 2016  •  2 Comments
Following on from my reviews of the Nisi V3 filter system and filters, I've got my hands on a few more Nisi goodies to test... Nisi 100mm filter holder system V5 (pictured centre) The new Nisi V5 filter system follows hot on the heels of the V3 system which I reviewed here a few months ago. I'm not sure what happened to the V4 but the new syste...
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Breathing space

January 03, 2016  •  1 Comment
The last year has been a busy one. I've spent more time than ever out with the camera working on commissions, running workshops and coming up with new images. I'm certainly not complaining about that but for every hour I'm taking photos I spend probably two or three times that on the computer, processing, preparing, writing or keywording (shudder).
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Autumn 2015

December 01, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Oxburgh Hall at sunrise I peer through the viewfinder one more time and make a slight adjustment to the composition. My camera is set up on a tripod and I'm double checking everything while I wait for the sun to bathe the red brick walls of Oxburgh Hall with the first rays of light. This is what it's all about, being out on a perfect autumn mornin...
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Clearing your head - A quick guide to DIY tripod head repair

November 19, 2015  •  1 Comment
Through rain and shine, frequent bouts of frantic knob twirling and regularly being unceremoniously lobbed into the car, my trusty Manfrotto geared head has always performed flawlessly... well, until now that is. Like most Manfrotto tripod heads, the 410 Junior Geared Head (to give it it's full title) has a sprung brass pin that triggers the arm t...
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