Recently, I published the 500th post on 35hunter, which for someone who loves stats and figures, is something of a milestone. It also took me firmly past the 447 posts of my previous blog, making 35hunter the longest running and largest body of written work I've published online. Here are the five most important lessons… Continue reading Three Lessons From 500 Posts Of Blogging
During the winter months - which here are December, January and February - it feels like my photography slows down to match the season. Whether this is true in terms of the number of photographs I make, I'm not sure. I do have photos saved by month for last couple of years, but these are… Continue reading The Winter Slow
A number of the photography blogs I follow have recently shared their favourite photographs from last year, and the top 12 seems to be the most common theme. Whilst I've reviewed the most read blog posts each year, and those I hoped would have been read more, picking my favourite photographs isn't something I've done… Continue reading Why I Didn’t Share My Favourite Photographs Of Last Year
So throughout December I used my Panasonic Lumix LX3 as my only camera. Here are my brief thoughts in summary - The LX3 is a fantastic camera. I really like the handful of Lumix cameras I've used, with their classy feel and logical controls, and the LX3 is the best of all of them. Once… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – December 2019 (III) – Panasonic Lumix LX3 Summary
Our recent conversations around Flickr - especially with Frank - have really got me thinking about how and why I use the platform, and how much I rely on it. With any online site or platform, I've always had the perhaps cynical, perhaps entirely healthy view, that sooner or later it will let us down.… Continue reading Hiding In Fear Behind A Wall Of Tags?