The Resonance Of A Single Photograph

Despite my (in my mind) pretty ruthless editing, I think I probably save and share way too many photographs. Aside from possibly letting less than my very best out into the public gaze, I'm also concerned sometimes that revealing a batch of photographs (ie anything more than one) at once dilutes the potential impact of… Continue reading The Resonance Of A Single Photograph

Obsessive Photographic Labelling – And How I’m Letting Go

It continually fascinates me how things come full circle. Back in 2011 and 2012 where I was shooting almost exclusively with a Nikon Coolpix - my first "proper" camera - I simply had one folder on my MacBook for all the photos I made each year. As I got into film and tried more and… Continue reading Obsessive Photographic Labelling – And How I’m Letting Go

The Vital (Un)Importance Of Aspect Ratio

Some 12 or 13 years ago, I had no idea what aspect ratio meant. I was happily snapping away with my Sony camera phones, simply using the dimensions of the screen to find and frame compositions I thought fitted it best. In a way I miss these days of blissful ignorance! Looking back now I… Continue reading The Vital (Un)Importance Of Aspect Ratio

The Four Pillars Of My Photography World

Anyone who's read more than half a dozen posts on 35hunter will have noticed a common thread about keeping things simple. This post is a, er, simple overview of my photography world, and the four major pillars within it. Reading I mostly read other people's photography blogs like those of Jim, Peggy Anne, Frank and… Continue reading The Four Pillars Of My Photography World