The internet is awash with camera reviews, either objectively trying to help us find the camera that might best suit us, or more subjectively trying to sell us the latest camera from a certain manufacturer, depending on the review's source and motives. Many articles are crammed with technical specifications, sample shots, graphs, charts and more… Continue reading How To Measure How Good Your Camera Really Is
We spoke recently about how photography encourages me to walk in the woods more, an act which always brings me great benefits. Photography is invaluable as a tool for maintaining good health and wellness, but of course it's not the only one. This led me to think about some of the other fundamental pillars I've… Continue reading Photography And Its Fellow Pillars Of Health And Wellness
Any photograph is a capture of a moment in time, and whether digital and viewed on a screen, or held in your hands in print form, it's then a static object, different from the event itself. What I'm interested in for this discussion though, is how the final image can be objectively near identical, but… Continue reading The Photograph Is Not The Experience
Speaking with fellow photographer Pavel recently got me back to thinking about why - and what - I photograph. The tagline of 35hunter is "hunting for beauty and balance", and one of the literal ways I do this is with a camera, seeking subjects and compositions that I find beautiful, then capturing them with a… Continue reading Do Your Photographs Influence Your Mood, Or Does Your Mood Influence Your Photographs?
Photography as a hobby has a multitude of positive benefits, not least of all on your physical and mental health. I was reminded of this over the past weekend I've not been so well, with a stomach ailment. As I've discovered previously, when my digestive system isn't at full health, it tends to have a… Continue reading How Photography Helps My Physical And Mental Wellbeing