Why The iPad Is My Favourite Tool For Editing Photographs

My post processing workflow is very consistent these days, and follows one of two paths. 1. The camera creates images I like on board so I don't need to do anything except upload them to my MacBook by putting the memory card in a USB reader and importing en masse with Image Capture. These images… Continue reading Why The iPad Is My Favourite Tool For Editing Photographs

The Footprints We Leave

As we walk through life, inevitably we make an impression on the world and the people we come in contact with. Personally, in many areas I try to be "light on my feet", leaving an impact of minimum detriment. For example on an environmental front, recycling more than I send to landfill, being cautious with energy and… Continue reading The Footprints We Leave

Four Questions To Help You Better Edit Your Photographs

All of us who photograph need to edit in some way. In this context, by editing I mean looking through a batch of photographs we've made and deciding which to delete, which to keep, then which of those keepers to share. This is not the easiest process, as it's so subjective.  In an effort to… Continue reading Four Questions To Help You Better Edit Your Photographs

How To Stop Making Photographs Just To Prove You Haven’t Stopped Making Photographs

With any online presence, if you're consistent with sharing, sooner or later you'll also have a growing audience. It's then all too easy to fall into the trap of posting new content - whether that's words, images, videos, music or any combination - just to try to keep your that hungry monster (your lovely audience)… Continue reading How To Stop Making Photographs Just To Prove You Haven’t Stopped Making Photographs

How The Internet Has Destroyed Our Grasp Of Great Photography

Though I'm old enough to remember when photos were viewed only in physical family albums, a slide show carousel in a makeshift home cinema, or art galleries and exhibitions, for most of my life I've been heartily immersed in the wonders of the internet. The connectivity of the world wide web, email, and all its associated infrastructure has… Continue reading How The Internet Has Destroyed Our Grasp Of Great Photography