When you make photographs, forget about who else might see them. Forget about trying to produce images you think your parents or friends might approve of. Forget about trying to capture shots that look just like those you've seen online with the most "likes" and "favourites". Forget about creating compositions to gain recognition from people… Continue reading Photographs For No-One
All of us who photograph need to edit in some way. In this context, by editing I mean looking through a batch of photographs we've made and deciding which to delete, which to keep, then which of those keepers to share. This is not the easiest process, as it's so subjective. In an effort to… Continue reading Four Questions To Help You Better Edit Your Photographs
The more common parlance in photography seems to be “take a photograph”. But personally I prefer to say I “make a photograph”. Why? A few reasons. When we release the shutter, we’re creating something that didn’t exist before, whether on film or digitally. The image will almost inevitably go through further development and processing, but… Continue reading Photographs – Do You Take Them Or Make Them?
So as 2018 draws to a close, it's interesting to delve into the 35hunter stats and see which posts you read and enjoyed most. Which often aren't the ones I thought would be read and enjoyed most! Top Five Posts With Most Views Strangely, none of the five most read posts of this year were even published… Continue reading 2018 – Your Favourites And Mine
I never thought I’d see a day in photography where I’d go a week without shooting any film. Let alone a month, six months, a year... But the last time I had a roll of film developed was early in 2017. I never thought I’d see a day in photography where I wouldn’t be regularly… Continue reading I Never Thought I’d See A Day In Photography Where…