Just over two years ago I began a one month one camera (OMOC) project, in an effort to escape the feelings of overwhelm and indecision I was experiencing trying to pick which camera to use each time I headed out. The idea was that if I had already chosen the camera at the start of… Continue reading Four Months, One Camera?
Last year was both unforgettable, and one many want desperately to forget. Amid the tragedy, there was much to be appreciated, perhaps more than ever, and my family spent more time together than every before. On the photography front, it was fairly quiet for me, especially the last quarter, when I shot fewer photographs than… Continue reading The Next Year, One Habit At A Time
Back in 2017 I discovered a game changing digital camera, the Pentax K10D. Its colour output, plus general handling and pleasure to use, meant I never looked back at the very capable and adaptable, but ultimately soulless (in body, and in the final image) Sony NEX 3N I had on heavy rotation with manual lenses… Continue reading You Can’t Go Home Again, Can You? The Samsung GX-1S Returns
It's rare that the latest 35hunter post you're reading was written just hours before publishing. Usually, I have three or four posts queued up ahead of time ready to be published. This gives me a buffer that absorbs the inevitable fluctuations in my writing time (I don't write a fixed amount every day, or even… Continue reading How Often To Write And Publish New Blog Posts
In a former chapter of my life I trained as a life coach, and the core model we used was very goal centred. This worked very well for some projects, those where you are looking for a specific, measurable outcome, within a set time frame. But goals just don't fit in many parts of life.… Continue reading Aimless Photography