When Photography Becomes Rewarding Again

This week, I’ve been looking back at some of my old images from 2011. This has been rewarding for a couple of reasons: I was finding new images that I liked but which I previously haven’t processed.I found myself remembering my excitement when capturing a wonderful scene. This shot at dawn, of the mist rolling … Continue reading When Photography Becomes Rewarding Again

I’m Pleased I Saved My RAW Files

Limestone pavement on the slopes of Whernside.

I bought my first digital camera around 2004. It was a Canon 300D which came with a basic kit lens and cost £899. At the time I agonised for a few months between buying this camera and the slightly more expensive Hasselblad Xpan II and 45mm lens. I sold the 300D in 2006 as soon … Continue reading I’m Pleased I Saved My RAW Files

Finding Hidden Gems in Your Work

Bamburgh, Northumberland.

Back in winter 2013, I visited Bamburgh in Northumberland with a friend. We had both been to the area quite a few times and we had high hopes for our trip. As we made our way down to the beach for what we were sure would be an amazing sunrise, our expectations were sky high. … Continue reading Finding Hidden Gems in Your Work

More from the Canon G16

In my previous blog post I shared some of my first impressions about the Canon G16 compact camera I had purchased. Today I would like to share a little more about my thoughts about the image quality. Of course these revolve around my approach to photography so may differ from how you would use the … Continue reading More from the Canon G16

Canon G16 First Thoughts

In Friday’s blog post I mentioned that I was heading up to the Lake District for some photography. To be honest, I wasn’t particularly hopeful as the plan was to climb some of the hills there and see what took our fancy. The weather forecast in the area was for snow/rain showers at sea level … Continue reading Canon G16 First Thoughts