The photography communities I'm involved with online are mostly of an age where there's a strong heritage of film photography. With that comes the viewing medium we've grown up with - the photography print. Now I'm not even talking about anything highfalutin or artsy here. It could be as simple as dog eared family snapshots… Continue reading When Did You Last Make A Print Of A Photograph?
How much of a photography legacy will you leave when you're gone? Is it easily accessible to your family and friends, and others how might be interested in your work? Or is it locked up and secure, with no-one but you having a key? Before you say (as I might) "It doesn't matter, who would… Continue reading A Legacy, Locked, Without A Key
Despite trying a number of times, I just haven't been able to get on with Instagram. One of the major stumbling blocks for me is that it's such a mobile based platform. Fine for quick snapshots between family and friends, but not for photography that's more intentional and artistic. Why would someone who would like… Continue reading How To Make Your Photographs Look Amazing Again
For as long as I've been making photographs with intention (since around 2005), I've photographed living things, and dying - or dead - things. Mostly flowers and trees, in various states of decay and disintegration, with the occasional dead animal or bird in between. Why? Whilst I rarely capture (or try to capture) anything that… Continue reading Photographs Of Life And Death