The Ever Evolving Perfect Camera

Fifteen years ago, the perfect camera was the Sony Cyber-shot camera phone I had with me wherever I went. It was more than good enough to capture pictures of dew dappled cobwebs, smouldering sunsets and decaying leaves. Post processing meant simply plugging the camera into my PowerBook and uploading the images, then sorting through and… Continue reading The Ever Evolving Perfect Camera

The Irresistible Beauty Of Imperfection

For whatever reasons, I'm far more comfortable with a camera that is used, than something brand new. Partly, I like the challenge of using something that isn't considered the latest technology, sometimes not even by 15 or 20 years. Partly it's because I don't want to be wading through a thousand menu options to set… Continue reading The Irresistible Beauty Of Imperfection