Emily & Rylan (private gallery)

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LZ7

I had a busy weekend of something a bit different. More to follow later this week, but here’s a shot of LZ7 rocking East London…

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Spring Collection

One of the things that catches my eye most about Spring is the colour of the flowers in the sunlight after months of rain – or so it feels in England. Here’s my little Spring Collection in order of appearance…

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The power of the still image.

Photographers are facing tougher working conditions.  For example there are several spots in London – unmarked on maps – where police have the power to remove cameras from members of the public, merely because they are using them near somewhere deemed at risk from a terror attack.  (It is interesting to note that neither the …READ MORE

Nikon D700

(image courtesy of Digital Photography Review) Having decided to switch to Nikon I set about planning it.  Since I’ve had a Canon 5D I’ve grown to love the image quality and low noise of full-frame digital cameras, so the D700 was the model that caught my attention.  With world beating lowlight performance, in a …READ MORE

Compassion or indifference to Haiti?

It appears that hundreds of thousands are, or may become victims of the Haiti earthquake.  It’s very hard to turn numbers into people, but hopefully if we dare to expose ourselves to a tragedy that could as easily be each one of us – if birth had placed us elsewhere – we will at least …READ MORE

Re: Putting money where your mouth is…

Having blogged at some length on the advantages of a Nikon D5000 I found myself in Jessops in the snow at the weekend, handing over my credit card.  It’s not as spontaneous as it sounds, I intend to switch to Nikon in the next year or so.  The reasons for my change of …READ MORE

snow from space

Here’s a stunning satellite image of the UK under snow.  Certainly worth sharing!

A snow day…

Snow days don’t have quite the same allure for the self employed as those who get paid for a day in front of the fire, but they do make for some nice photo opportunities!  Here’s a shot from the first really cold day last week. …READ MORE

Remembrance Sunday 2009

As promised, here are a few shots from the service at the Cenotaph late last year. It has been a total privilege to attend the service for the last three years and record it on camera.

The last surviving veteran of the trenches on the Western Front died this year – R.I.P Harry Patch. …READ MORE