Just a few images from around my rapidly gentrifying 'manor' in the East End of London. Images taken on phone, film, DSLR and mirrorless.
There are plenty of people who would suggest that you can't shoot architecture with a 35mm and you need a 24mm or wider. I used to be in that camp too some extent but I have found that with a shift lens on a full frame body you can do a lot with a 35mm… Continue reading Architecture with the Zeiss 35mm PC-D
I know it's been too quiet around here lately, life has caught up with me on a number of levels over the last little while and I've just not had the energy to dedicate to photography or blogging. Thankfully we managed a really great holiday in France & Spain over the last couple of weeks.… Continue reading A Simple Pleasure!
This is the Bar and living room in our new seaside holiday rental in Hastings which is finally taking shape! Bith shot with the Sony A7r using Canon TS-E glass, the upper one with the Wonderful 17mm and the other using the much maligned, but in my experience (Good copy?) pretty decent 45mm. … Continue reading Bar
A view of Edinburgh Castle on the 1st of January 2015. This was the day after my 5th wedding anniversary, which we decided to spend in Scotland as we got married on Hogmany 2009. For 2015 I am planning to start the whole photo 365 thing again, I managed it for a while last year… Continue reading HNY
I just had a request, via flickr, for the image that heads up this page to be used in an academic book. It is, of course unpaid usage with a credit. I'm accepting as I like to get my ego stroked as much as the next guy and it's an image where any number of… Continue reading On Photography and Money
Just for fun, and since Ming Thein's latest post reminded me of my own trip to Cuba, I'm posting some of my shots from a Light & Land workshop I did in there a few years back… I exhibited these couple of years back and made a couple of print sales too. For the record,… Continue reading Cuban’s – 15 images