Not so much one of my favourite photo locations, but certainly, if I had to pick one of my absolute favourite places to be, then Beverley Minster would be near, if not at, the top of my list. When one thinks of grand churches in the area, places like Lincoln Cathedral and York Minster come […]Read More Beverley Minster
Some random pics taken in the garden over the last couple of months. The garden is an almost perpetual work in progress, which means there are plenty of piles of rubble, plant cuttings and all sorts of shots like these. The first three make for a nice black and white conversion, but the last one […]Read More Autumn in the Garden
The news for Kodak is not looking good. They managed to sell part of their business to raise cash, but I wonder how long they can keep things going. They are making a loss, and it seems they’re printer business is the only area with real growth. Kodak however could do one thing to turn […]Read More Can Kodak save itself?
Mistakes don’t have to be mistakes, everything is subjective – a mistake to one person is actually a piece of art to someone else – Robert Rodriguez – 10 minute film school. Never really appreciated that quote until recently when I forgot to switch my lens to auto-focus. The in-focus image was rubbish, but I […]Read More Rule 24: Mistakes Don’t have to be Mistakes
Never photographed fireworks before, so this was a bit of an experiment. I like these, but I think they could be better. A fun night, and the photography was part of the fun. can’t wait for next year.Read More Bonfire Night
A certain magazine has put together a list of the hundred greatest cameras ever made. Interestingly, the Sony NEX-7 is sitting pretty at number 78, which I find interesting since it’s not available yet. What’s that all about? Now I may have missed them, but there were some notable cameras missing. Most notable absentees were […]Read More The Hundred Greatest Cameras – sort of