How To Keep Up With Everything Online

In my own recent experiments with publishing daily and unplugging from the internet, I've been striving to find a happy balance online. One thing that's become a pressing issue for me - and which seems to be something most of us struggle with - is how to keep up with everything.  Here's what I've done… Continue reading How To Keep Up With Everything Online

How I Use Flickr To Easily Post Photographs On My WordPress Blog

Welcome, and now we're past the somewhat Smithsian title, on to the meat of the post... When I started 35hunter it was as a free WordPress site, and whilst I now pay a small subscription to remove ads, and have a shorter custom URL, the storage is still pretty limited. So to avoid filling my storage… Continue reading How I Use Flickr To Easily Post Photographs On My WordPress Blog

How To Finally Start (Or Restart) Your Photography Blog – A Simple Guide

One of the biggest pleasures of having a blog is meeting other people with similar interests, to share our photographs, experiments and experiences. So when you leave a comment on a post, I check out where your name links to. A few have their own established photography blogs. Some don’t link to anything at all,… Continue reading How To Finally Start (Or Restart) Your Photography Blog – A Simple Guide

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 “All I Need” Illusion (And How To Shatter It)

In the West we're bombarded with advertising and selling messages at what sometimes feels like a thousand times a second. Combined with this, many of us are old enough to remember simpler, quieter times, when our parents and grandparents had just one camera, one tv, one car, if that. Instead of at least one of… Continue reading The “All I Need” Illusion (And How To Shatter It)