Disintegration Layers – A Processing Experiment (II)

Generally I've moved ever closer towards finding cameras I can set up to create photographs I love without needing any extra post processing. But last year I experimented with Snapseed to process the same image multiple times, and trace its disintegration. After again finding myself listening to William Basinski more than anyone else lately (who… Continue reading Disintegration Layers – A Processing Experiment (II)

How To Get Up Close And Intimate (Part IV) – Dedicated Macro Lenses

It’s a long held belief of mine (and not just as a photographer) that the beauty of life is in the tiny details. So for as long as I’ve been photographing with intention (since around 2006 with Sony camera phones), I’ve been drawn to photographing up close and intimate. This is a short series on… Continue reading How To Get Up Close And Intimate (Part IV) – Dedicated Macro Lenses

How To Get Up Close And Intimate (Part III) – Macro Extension Rings

It's a long held belief of mine (and not just as a photographer) that the beauty of life is in the tiny details. So for as long as I've been photographing with intention (since around 2006 with Sony camera phones), I've been drawn to photographing up close and intimate. This is a short series on… Continue reading How To Get Up Close And Intimate (Part III) – Macro Extension Rings

One Month, One Camera – April 2019 (I) – A Month Of M43

In my One Month, One Camera (OMOC) project, March ended 10 days early for the Panasonic Lumix LX2. This was not because I didn't like or rate the camera - I did - but because the original overall purpose seems to have reached a natural conclusion. My aim was to see if I could spend… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – April 2019 (I) – A Month Of M43

Publishing Every 36 Hours – The Ups And Downs

So for the last three months or so I've been publishing a new blog post here on 35hunter every 36 hours. The schedule works well, and fits the part of my brain that craves logic and routine - publish at 7am on day one, 7pm on day two, have day three off, then begin again. I… Continue reading Publishing Every 36 Hours – The Ups And Downs