In the last year or so, there has been a massive resurgence in the use of film and film cameras bringing huge debate about what’s best and what is right. A few years ago, i was approached by a gallery in London about the possibility of putting on an exhibition of my work for them.… Read more Film’s not dead…….. or is it??
I know that could be a bit of a rash statement, what with those of us that take photos for a living carrying huge amounts of vastly expensive camera equipment with us where evere we go, and more so for those who have it as their hobby, sometimes simpler approach is the way forward In… Read more Maybe the iPhone is the greatest camera ever made?
Ever since seeing a feature in a magazine whilst at school, i have been fascinated by the qualities of Infrared film and have made it a mission in life to try and master this most tricky of photographic mediums. The photographer featured in the above mentioned article was the (now) late Sir Simon Marsden. For… Read more The Problem with InfraRed – An adventure to the end of HIE and beyond
For years now, ever since getting a copy of Albert Watson’s “Maroc”, i have wanted to visit Morocco and experience the place for myself. Like many people with a place like this, i had many idealised preconceptions of what it would be like so needed to find out for myself. Friends looked at various tour… Read more Giving the X100 a hard time in Morocco (Part 1)
Many years ago, i used to own the previous version of this lens back in the days of shooting on film and having to squint through the viewfinder at the tiny gridded screen. Oh, how things have changed!! I’ve been using this new(er) version on a Canon 5d mkII, mainly attached to a Manfrotto carbon… Read more Canon 24m TSE mkII