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
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
35hunter has so far been purely a series of chronological blog posts. I'm looking at adding a few static pages for new visitors to find out more, if they wish to. I know when I discover a new blog, if I like a few posts, I then usually look for more about the author. My… Continue reading Photography NOW!
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
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