After 13 years as a local news staff photographer, with a healthy little freelance business on the side, I have now launched into the world of the full-time freelancer. This blog will document the highs and lows of my photographic way of life as I talk about work, cameras, lunch, and anything else that I encounter along the way to capturing that ‘decisive moment’. Watch out for posts on my personal projects as well,with pinhole cameras, photograms, infrared photography, and the wonders of 1950’s era cameras.
Sometimes I just pick up a camera and go out. This can be a good way of finding images. It […]
There are some that strive to make their pictures as sharp as they can get them. There are some who […]
I was recently walking through the car park of the (closed) Blaenavon’s Heritage Railway Site with an Olympus 0M1n and […]
This is (my daughter’s) Olympus 0M1n It was just serviced by Londinium Cameras and feels like new. Contact them if […]
Here’s another of my Bencini Comet S Images. I haven’t posted them in chronological order, this is the last frame […]
I do love a fern. They are one of the oldest plants in the world. Taken with Kentmere 400 on […]
Here’s another of my recent Bencini Comet S shoot. It looks like a tree with a horned top.
Here’s another infrared landscape picture. I channel swapped this in photoshop.
I first discovered 127 format cameras about 10 years ago. I was looking for a classic medium format camera, which […]