I've been looking at scanner software again, for the first time in years, having just come upon a great deal on a Nikon Coolscan IV via Oxfam's online store. Obviously Nikon Scan is out of the question as it's only supported up to MacOS 10.4. Unfortunately, I thought, that means Silverfast as I never much… Continue reading Scanner Software Dilemmas
At the end of July I travelled to Slovenia with my wife, who is working on a photo/video project around her father's escape from post-war Yugoslavia. We walked from just north of Ljubljana to just over the Austrian border over three days, in honour of the walk that he made. We were joined by Tina's… Continue reading Austria
Some shots of Madness at the launch event for Hastings Pier last Saturday... All taken with a Canon Eos 5D. What a pleasure to be able to focus properly in low light in a way that my A7r just isn't capable of .
Just a couple of roller blinds abandoned in the street. The blinds were up against an orange shopfront and it's amazing the way the contrast of the reflected glow of that orange wall and the cool morning light play out on the folds of the fabric.
Just love this bit of graffiti on a Rollrt shutter on Mare Street in London. A quick grab from the top deck of the 26 bus earlier today.
Glorious Autumn light!
A wire hanging from an old taxi which is being broken up, near hackney road.
Not really red, just the colour of light.
There is legislation passing through the European Parliament that would severely dent the rights of individuals to make and share photographs. If a building has copyright attached to it's image, as many do, it will be illegal to take photographs in public spaces then distribute the images without the permission of the copyright holder. The… Continue reading Sign this Petition – Now!