Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Many of my photographs are taken using the Sigma 10-20mm wide-angle lens fitted to my camera. With a wide-angle lens I can fit more into the frame, especially usefully if I am working with wide open landscapes or the cramped interior of a church as I often do. The downside of a wide-angle lens though is... Continue Reading →

Another Sunset – Clichéd I Know

Clichéd I know but sunsets are rather easy to capture. For one you can sort of see what the day has been like, you can see the cloud formations starting to take shape and then all you need to do is take the photograph. Golden Hour last night was from 19:40 until about 20:30, not... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 10

One of the great things about Focus on Imaging is you get to talk photography with lots of like-minded people. This year, although I mistakenly booked my train tickets for the wrong day, I still managed to spend a pleasant 3 hours talking to another photographer about guess what….photography. At the convention itself I tried... Continue Reading →

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