In the last year I've bought hardly any cameras, and used even less. It's the most focused - or, put another way, cameranogamous - I've been since using just the camera in phone, my approach from around 2005-2011. But there was a period of seven or eight years where I was almost buying more cameras… Continue reading Camera Testing – 3 Tips For The Best Results
Forget The Tedious Test Shots, Get Out And Make Some Real Photographs
The majority of posts I write on 35hunter include some kind of suggestion (or sometimes more like a command!) to myself to reroute my photography path a little. Hopefully sometimes that suggestion resonates with you too, encourages you to think about your approach differently, and make positive steps that end up with a happier photographer,… Continue reading Forget The Tedious Test Shots, Get Out And Make Some Real Photographs
The Camera Testing Trap – Have You Fallen Victim?
As a photographer, I like to think that every photograph I make is for a reason. More specifically, that reason is that I felt the scene and composition was interesting and beautiful enough to be worth capturing - for myself, and to share with others. But despite this lofty expectation, of course there are many… Continue reading The Camera Testing Trap – Have You Fallen Victim?