I’ve owned a Fuji x100s for 6 years. It has been a favourite tool for image creation. It is light enough to carry almost everywhere, heavy enough to ‘feel comfortable’. […]
One area of photography I’m keen to improve my skills in is in macro imagery. Particularly challenging is to create images of insects with camera handheld and natural light. The […]
Difficult and challenging times for all, around the world. First, I’d like to wish you all well, and hope you are doing the best for yourself and others through this […]
A retrospective of images I created from the Antony Gormley exhibition “Event Horizon” in London, 2007.
Images of Wollaton Park, Nottingham, UK. Wollaton Hall may be familiar to those who have watched the Christian Bale ‘Batman’ film trilogy as it was transformed into ‘Wayne Manor’.
Humans have a history of marking their surroundings. From the oldest unbroken tradition of art in the world found at Narwala Gabarnmang rock shelter in south-western Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia through […]
Working with macro photography provides a completely different perspective. What is common, and often taken for granted, is seen with new eyes. It also opens up opportunities to create images […]
With the weather and circumstances limiting my time to get out and work on my plans for photography using film, I’m exploring the garden in more detail. A difficulty in […]
An area of image making that has always fascinated me is how to capture ‘movement’. Part of this ongoing experimentation has been to work with frequent visitors to the garden […]
Continuing my return to monochrome photography, I revisited a number of slide/transparency scans. All the images in this post were originally created with a medium format camera (6 x 4.5 […]
After nearly 2 decades I finally returned to the darkroom. I have been keen to set myself photographic challenges in recent years. Many of the previous ideas centred around digital […]