The Cameras We’ve Forgotten

As you may recall, I haven't photographed often recently, certainly nothing like as much as two or three years ago. So I decided to take a look through my remaining cameras and see what I still had. And, not surprisingly really, I came across a few purchases I'd forgotten about. Here are three - 1.… Continue reading The Cameras We’ve Forgotten

The Camera That’s Taught Me Most

Being more of a hands-on kind of person, rather than meticulously studying an instruction manual before using something new, when it comes to cameras, I've learned most by experimenting, by trial and error. Meaning my photography learning has predominantly come from practical experience, rather than reading. The camera that has been my greatest teacher in… Continue reading The Camera That’s Taught Me Most

The Joy Of Just Playing (Without Recording)

A few months back I revisited the recurring itch to make music that's been with me since my late teens, perhaps earlier. I've never formally learned an instrument, but over the years I've had great fun playing around with guitars, eBows, effects pedals and four tracks, before computers reached the point of being affordable as… Continue reading The Joy Of Just Playing (Without Recording)

Intentional Creation, Intentional Consumption

We spoke recently about creation, curation and consumption, and how much we do of each. Since then I've been thinking more around not only how much of each I engage in, but the quality or type. And with each there is a common thread of intention. When I was a young child, we only had… Continue reading Intentional Creation, Intentional Consumption