An interesting recent post on one of the blogs I enjoy most, talked about social media and self control in this new decade. It led me to think more about my own online presence as a photographer, what I'm happy with, and what I might like to change this year. So this is how my… Continue reading What Does Your Online Presence Look Like As A Photographer In 2020?
Whilst film photography has a tangible cost to every frame - and one that ultimately became too high for me to justify a couple of years back - digital photography can seem like it's virtually free. After the initial costs of the camera (which I've shown can be merely a few pounds and less than… Continue reading How To Improve Your Photography With A Secret Memory Card Trick
During the winter months - which here are December, January and February - it feels like my photography slows down to match the season. Whether this is true in terms of the number of photographs I make, I'm not sure. I do have photos saved by month for last couple of years, but these are… Continue reading The Winter Slow
When I look back over past 35hunter posts from months ago, even a year or two back, I'm always shocked at how many comments are from people who used to also have photography blogs, but haven't kept them going - either regularly, or at all. "I wonder what happened to [insert name here]'s photography, I… Continue reading How To Keep Your Photography Alive This Year
As we enter a new year, it's a great opportunity to think about how we might want to see our photography evolve over the next 12 months. Here are three photography experiments I'm planning for 2020. 1. One Month One Camera, every month. In January 2019 I started a One Month, One Camera (OMOC) project,… Continue reading 3 Photography Experiments For 2020