I was happy contribute a photograph and short piece to the Go Outdoors blog – “Discover the Outdoors With Your DSLR ” – and sub-article about taking photographs with a DSLR/FF camera which also included using phone and actions cams to get the best out of why they can offer. I chose an image I…Read details
I recently wrote and artcile for On Landscape magazine about post-processing and why outputs maybe different both between photographers but also our own, depending on our mood and the delay after shooting.
I wrote a condensed article on my trip to the US storm chasing for Capture Outdoors; a new website dedicated to outdoor photography and adventure. ‘Capture Outdoors is a website dedicated to the application of creativity in the outdoors from adventure photography to art created simply from resources found in the wild we aim to…Read details
I’ve been wanting to try making some dynamic time-lapse videos for a while now. I’ve done a few static ones on the GoPro before but having less control over the output and shooting quite wide-angle certainly has its limitations. The ability to shoot in RAW in high quality and make the adjustments you would do…Read details
I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of the A7RII (ICLE-7RM2) for a while now. I pre-ordered it and received it about 2 weeks ago now. Whilst I have not had a chance to test everything, I have read a lot of the reviews on the net, and agree with most of the non-biased ones. The…Read details
This is a topic that keeps on surfacing on the inter-web, magazines, forums especially in the landscape photography community. I find it like many old arguments, like digital vs film. It takes many guises and also is often taken to inappropriate extremes: I always use graduated filters vs I always bracket my exposures I don’t…Read details
I had been planning to go storm chasing for my 40th birthday with my wife for a while and booked a tour with www.weatherholidays.com run by netweather.tv over a year ago. A fellow photographer, John Finney, had been with this company twice and highly recommended them and gave me a few useful tips before i…Read details
A landscape photographer friend of mine, James Grant, has just completed compiling a book about his local passion of shooing in the Peak District. In the Peak District the public has a right of access to about 500 sq km of Access Land in the National Park. This includes moors, heaths, commons, unimproved hills and…Read details