A Weekend in Frankfurt

June 27, 2017  •  3 Comments
I’m obsessed with monochrome and for the last few years I’ve only worked with and published black and white images. Further than that I tend to focus on three main areas; traditional landscapes, minimal coastal work and modern architecture. I’ve had some great landscape and minimal trips over the last year, but had been somewhat neglecting my arch...
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Life after Silver Efex

June 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
So it’s official, Silver Efex Pro is dead. As many of us suspected, Google bought out Nik software to get their hands on Snapseed, a great tool to bring mobile photo editing to the masses. The comparatively specialist Photoshop plug-ins Silver Efex and Colour Efex came with the bundle and were not in Google’s long terms plans. I have been using Sil...
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Testing the Benro Mach3 on the Coast of France

May 28, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
In my journey in photography I seem to have got through a large number of tripods, more so than cameras, lenses and any other accessory. I’ve never found the right balance of weight, sturdiness and quality that I’ve craved. Working predominantly on coastal scenes means I’ve often lost feet, and suffered the effects of saltwater corrosion and sand i...
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Something to Hold

June 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Don’t get me wrong, as a veteran of traditional film cameras and traditional wet processing I do love the world of digital photography. The ability to capture as many images as I can fit on a memory card and then process them easily and share them with people all over the world is fantastic. But I do find it too transient at times, once your image...
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Wales Weekender - Part 2 Snowdonia

May 24, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Wales Weekender – Day 2 Snowdonia Following on from our excellent first day on Anglesey, myself and partner in action, Neil Nicklin, were up again at 6am and headed off from Bangor to our first planned stop to try and capture Cwm Idwal. We parked at Ogwen Cottage just off the A5 and walked up the well laid path. We took a few shots looking down Ll...
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