To find out how to develop film you can spend literally days trawling through Flickr discussion groups, blogs, and websites trying to find a definitive answer.I can save you a bit of time here – there is no definitive answer.Read more "The Dark Arts"
Further to my last post about what equipment I would buy if I had a load of spare cash here is something that I wouldn’t buy. This might prove a bit controversial but I will give my reasons why! See I told you this could be a bit controversial, after all isn’t owning a Leica […]Read more "Leica? No Thanks."
I’m a big fan of night time photography, I love the mood and the artificial lights, or maybe it is just that most of my free time is in the evenings so it is what I have got used to. I’m also a big fan of Ken Rockwell’s website (http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/00-new-today.htm) although I appreciate that not everybody […]Read more "In The Dark"
There are lots of good things about digital photography and I certainly wouldn’t be as enthusiastic or competent as I am now if I hadn’t moved from film to digital. The ability to experiment and instantly see the results without having to pay to get film developed is a godsend. However that same ability has […]Read more "Back To Basics"
Every month or so my friend and I get on a train somewhere with our cameras to hopefully take some interesting shots and have a general chat. The last couple of evenings out though have been dark, cold and miserable which doesn’t make it easy to wander the streets looking for interesting things to take […]Read more "Street Photography Etiquette"
Earn cash from your photo’s – simply upload your photos to various microstock websites and wait for the money to roll in! Well who wouldn’t be interested in an offer like that? To be fair no microstock sites claim that you can make a load of money quite that easily but it is a lot […]Read more "Microstock Minefield"
You never can tell what is going to prove popular on Flickr and what is not going to be a “hit”. Recently I uploaded a picture shown below of my son which I absolutely love. With the expression on his face and with his thumb about to press the big red button I gave the […]Read more "Don’t Press That!!!"