Doctors are supposed to make the worst patients. Do photographers make the worst models? You decide this case…
My photographic plans for 2012.
Self review is an important skill for any photographer (and in other areas of life). This post reviews what I’ve covered so far in my focus areas this year.
Not resolutions as such, more the topics I want to concentrate on this year.
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.
An update on recent work and upcoming posts.
In the absence of any new material to share, this is a brief update of recent additions to my shooting plans.
Broaden your photographic horizons and boost your skills by trying something that you normally wouldn’t consider. You will probably learn something you can use another time and who knows, you might even enjoy it! This post covers a rowing competition which I helped a friend to shoot.
A photo of Durham Cathedral and Memorial taken as part of my Durham project. Description of workflow from image capture through post processing to arrive at the final shots. Processing includes HDR conversion and Photoshop adjustments.
As I pointed out in my “About this blog” page, I think there are always things to learn about photography. For me, a big part…