The Colour Quest (VIII) – The Colour Keeps On Coming

This year I've been exploring colour photography, after struggling in the past to find a colour set up that I'm anything like as happy with as the b/w images made with a number of cameras. The story so far can be read here. Perhaps most important was the last chapter, where my recent acquisition of… Continue reading The Colour Quest (VIII) – The Colour Keeps On Coming

Photography – Finding Happiness In Less

Once again in the last few weeks I've realised how for me, with photography especially, less is more.  The Pentax K30 DSLR I used throughout July is a cracking camera. But... The ways I was using it was already greatly dumbed down, compared to its full capabilities. So I decided for a few reasons to… Continue reading Photography – Finding Happiness In Less

Buying Cameras And The Need To Measure Personal Growth

Something I love about having children is seeing how much they learn and evolve. They change so fast, plus absorb information and learning like sponges, and it's fantastic to see them grow, literally changing day by day sometimes. As adults, once we're in a fairly settled home, relationship and job, we don't have anything like… Continue reading Buying Cameras And The Need To Measure Personal Growth

Why Overthinking Kills Your Photography Flow (And What To Do About It)

Flow is that state where everything just falls into place and unfolds almost by itself, with next to no obstructions. It's as if forces greater than ourselves mystically align and elevate us to a different plane we rarely experience. Once we get a taste of it though, it's something we strive to return to regularly.… Continue reading Why Overthinking Kills Your Photography Flow (And What To Do About It)