Photographic Saturation – Knowing When To Stop And Breathe

In the last four weeks or so, aside from mostly family snaps with my camera phone, I can count the number of photographs I've made with my "proper" cameras on one hand. Which, for a usually fairly prolific photographer like me, is most unusual. So what's going on, and should I be concerned that my… Continue reading Photographic Saturation – Knowing When To Stop And Breathe

The Restlessness Of Betterment

A recent new (non-photography) purchase has led me down a path of additional experimenting and tweaking. It's got me thinking about how I constantly strive to make things better, which on the whole I feel is positive. But at what point do we need to just stop trying to improve every last aspect, and embrace… Continue reading The Restlessness Of Betterment

Photography, Memories And Dreams, And The Disintegrating Boundaries In Between

You know when you wake some mornings and your head is so full of intense imagery it takes a while to sift through the parts that were dreams, those you might have seen in a film, and what actually happened in the past? Those moments when you cannot immediately order your thinking, and these scattered… Continue reading Photography, Memories And Dreams, And The Disintegrating Boundaries In Between