A shoot of Durham parkrun covering planning, equipment, shooting and processing.
Tips and photos from the Durham stage of the 2013 Pearl Izumi Tour Series.
Experience, images and post-processing from participating in a recent Joe Cornish one-day Landscape Workshop.
When I added up a new wideangle lens, graduate filters and a clear south-eastern sky forecast at dawn, my inspiration screamed “COAST”. This was the result from my shoot in December.
Doctors are supposed to make the worst patients. Do photographers make the worst models? You decide this case…
Following up on my earlier post about Hawthorn, here’s another interesting example.
Leave your zooms at home! Limit yourself to a single prime lens and see the range of compositions and styles you can achieve. This post includes bluebell and woodland images taken using a Canon 100mm macro lens.
This post uses the example of a local event to reinforce that having “better” gear isn’t always necessary to taking the photos you want.
Timing is important in photography on many levels, from factors such as the weather and sunrise timing right down to the moment you release the shutter. This post explains some of these factors from a recent shoot of a subject for my Durham project.
Using the example of a recent day-trip to St Mary’s Island and Lighthouse, North Tyneside, this post explores some of the ways it is possible to incorporate photography into a family day out.