Another shot from my recent Eastern Turkey trip!  [...]
So I’m back from eastern Turkey – an extraordinary place relatively undiscovered by tourists so far. I took well over 1,000 photos in the two weeks I was travelling so its going to take a while for me to pick and process the best. Howe [...]
Just a note to let you know I’m off on my travels again. This time Turkey. I’m going to be spending a couple of weeks travelling around its borders with the Black Sea, Georgia, Armenia, down past the Iran and Iraq borders before headin [...]
As digital cameras become more popular the number of people with DSLRs is slowly growing, but how many of those keep the camera on its “auto” setting for the majority of the time? In perhaps an attempt to get their customers using more [...]
It seems the beta of Lightroom v5 is now available to download and play with. Being beta software I certainly wouldn’t recommend you using it for your main post production processes but instead you might like to look at some of the new featu [...]
A short while ago I posted about how I was feeling a little uninspired, but was looking forward to and planning my next trip – to Turkey. Since then it seems the web has been awash with posts about overcoming photographers block (I’m s [...]
Hey people. A bit of a treat for you today. Craft and Vision (who as any reader of this blog knows I love) have released a new eBook for free. Yes that’s right! Free, gratis, at no cost what so ever! Craft and Vision II contains 9 articles c [...]
I’ve previously mentioned that I like black and white photography and one of the tools I often use when processing images for this is Nik Software’s Silver Efex Pro. A few months back Google purchased Nik Software but promised to keep  [...]
I admit to being partial to a bit of timelapse. As evidenced by my previous attempts at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (below) and the Hepworth Wakefield Gallery. However  [...]
There are often weird and wonderful events that happen in Yorkshire. From races where competitors have to run with sacks of coal on their back to rubber duck races, Light Night in Leeds to the Scarecrow festival out in the Yorkshire Dales. But one [...]