How To Stop Looking For What Isn’t Even Missing (Or, Trying To Justify My eBay Watch List)

There's much to be said for being happy with one's lot.  In most areas of my life I am hugely thankful for what I have, and part of my morning yoga and exercise routine includes saying thank you for all I'm blessed with. But, it seems, whatever I have on the photography gear front, a… Continue reading How To Stop Looking For What Isn’t Even Missing (Or, Trying To Justify My eBay Watch List)

Why I Need To Know Which Camera Made Each Photograph

When I first started using Flickr, I only had one camera - the one in my phone. I didn't feel any need to create an album for all photographs made with that phone, or tag the photos for a similar purpose. Because all of my photos were made with the same phone! However, a few… Continue reading Why I Need To Know Which Camera Made Each Photograph

Shooting Colour Monochromes

For more of the year than not, I favour shooting in black and white, usually with a fairly high contrast set up that gives me bright whites and deep inky blacks. Then at some point during spring, I typically shift back to colour photography, unable to resist the delicious colours of nature's rebirth any longer.… Continue reading Shooting Colour Monochromes