My blog is a place of idle ramblings that may help other photographers, and act as a diary for myself. Nothing too serious and maybe, occasionally, helpful.
I feel lucky to be both a parent and a photographer. It's a real blessing to be able to capture amazing photographs of your kids just having fun. I recently took them out to
From time to time I browse YouTube.com and similar sites to learn about and admire the work of other photographers. Whilst looking for some information on the Hasselblad 501CM (my favourite camera) I stumbled
I'm not really one for photography competitions anymore. With all the digital goings on, and Photoshop this-and-that, a 'basic' film photograph always seem to get overlooked. But I saw this competition in the "Millennium Hotels
The wedding of Susan & James In May 2016 I had the enormous pleasure and privilege to be asked to photograph the wedding of Susan and James Spray in Sorento, Italy. The trip was a
For a recent wedding shoot in Italy, I decided I needed a better solution to holding unexposed and exposed together in my camera bag, which, when it contains a myriad of Hasselblad equipment, is far
As an exclusively film photographer, one question I get asked a lot is "where do you get the film from these days" and "isn't it expensive". So I thought I'd write this to help other
Sometime ago I bought some Ilford PanF 50+ black and white film. Ilford are perhaps the Daddy of black and white film, though, personally I generally use Fuji lines of film for colour and black
I recently acquired the need for a quality filter to help with a forthcoming wedding commission. When it comes to any visual element of photography equipment, I am a bit of a snob. Carl Zeiss
Many UK V-System Hasselblad shooters struggle to find reputable service centres these days. I know of only two or three, and I write here to recommend a great one - Graham Rose who trades under
In January 2016 my friend and I trekked up to the near innaccessible (in winter) awesome waterfall known as Kinder Downfall. It's positioned right up on the plateau of the Peak District and in winter,
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