“Which of my photographs is my favourite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.” – Imogen Cunningham (1883-1976)
A big part of my life as a semi-freelancer these days seems to be social media. There’s no escape from Facewitter
What happened to 2014? Its really zoomed past, which can mean only one thing . . . time to make those new years resolutions!
I’m not going to suggest that we all aim to eat healthy, lose weight, save
“The best camera is the one that’s with you”
— Chase Jarvis
How many times have you seen the most amazing opportunity for a photograph only to find yourself without a camera? It has happened to me on countless occasions.
I’ve been thinking about the best bits of advice I’ve received over my photographic career – the things that have really stuck with me and influenced the direction my photographic journey has taken. I was going to title this
Jackson’s Coppice is one of Staffordshire’s best kept secrets. Located a few miles outside of Eccleshall, the coppice and marsh are a wonderful place to spend a couple of hours with your camera – and that’s exactly what we did
David became interested in photography at the age of seven when he went to London for a holiday with a borrowed camera. Nelson’s Column has never leaned over so far but a lifelong passion was kindled! Like Andy and Alys,
Alys has loved photography from a young age. When she was little she used to “borrow” her dad’s camera without asking, leaving him with some surprises when he got his films developed! Aged 16, Alys signed up for some
Andy started his photographic career when his dad bought him a (pretty nasty) 110mm film camera as a reward for learning his times tables. Andy used this to take several blurry pictures of the subjects he found interesting at that