A Photograph Begins With…

Most often for me, a photograph begins with wandering through the English countryside, camera ready and willing, hoping to stumble across and capture something I find beautiful. For others, perhaps a photograph begins with the intention to test a new camera is working, without leaving your living room. Someone else's photograph might begin with a… Continue reading A Photograph Begins With…

Making Black And White Photographs In Camera With The Pentax K-m

Photography for me is all about exploring the countryside alone, camera in hand, being immersed in that meditative and restorative experience. I also like the making of a picture to end with me pressing the shutter button. I've wasted too much time in the past with post processing - including scanning negatives myself (torturously laborious,… Continue reading Making Black And White Photographs In Camera With The Pentax K-m

The Five Best Ways To Start Tagging Your Photos Today

Once you've made more than even a few hundred photographs, it's very useful to have structured ways to look back through them and find ones you remember, as well as gathering together particular themes that develop in your photography. After tens of thousands of photographs, tagging is absolutely essential. Otherwise the tendency is to just… Continue reading The Five Best Ways To Start Tagging Your Photos Today