A Photographer’s Eyes – Always Seeing, Sometimes Keeping

Anyone who's been photographing regularly for a while will I'm sure have noticed how we become able to see potential photographs far more easily. In fact it can become almost impossible to switch off one's "photographer's eyes". On a walk even without camera, I still see possible compositions around me as I ramble through the… Continue reading A Photographer’s Eyes – Always Seeing, Sometimes Keeping

The Snapshot – Pure Photography Or Pointless Pursuit?

As you probably know, I'm not one for endlessly fiddling about with every possible setting on a camera shot by shot, trying to achieve a perfect photo every time. And I like post processing even less. My ideal is to have a camera that's either simple enough in itself to just point and shoot, or… Continue reading The Snapshot – Pure Photography Or Pointless Pursuit?

The Colour Quest (XI) – Spring Calling With The Lumix FZ38

For the last couple of years I've been on a photographic colour adventure, finding the (digital) cameras and set ups that give me colours I love without endless (or indeed any) post processing. You can read previous chapters of the colour quest here. Since I bought my Lumix FZ38 last October I've used it almost… Continue reading The Colour Quest (XI) – Spring Calling With The Lumix FZ38