Of all the different facets of photography Travel Photography is the area that I’m closest to and I love exploring somewhere new, getting off the beaten track, and seeing what sights I can capture. Previously on this blog and elsewhere there have  [...]
After a horrendous couple of weeks where my planned trip away over the Christmas period has slowly imploded – problems getting visas, passport lost by Royal Mail, and finally the entire trip being canned – (hence the lack of posts rece [...]
Anyone who reads this blog regularly will know that I’m a fan of Adobe’s  [...]
If you’re stuck in a bit of a rut creatively now we’re well and truly post summer holidays but pre Christmas you might like to check out an article by Andrew Gibson over on the Digital Photography School website. In the first part of a [...]
I wanted to share a documentary with you that’s just been posted to the Canon Professional Network site. It follows the legendary photographer Don McCullin, who traditionally has always shot on film, as he makes a transition to using the dig [...]
Brodsworth Hall in Yorkshire ran its popular Enchanted Garden event again this week (they stopped for a couple of years) where they light up their gardens after sunset. You can see more photos from the night on Flickr or via Google+.  [...]
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I’ve finished processing my photos from Iceland as mentioned in my previous post. You can view the gallery by clicking on over to my portfolio site importedlight.com. It was only a brief trip to a small part of Iceland (the south western cor [...]
Earlier this week I was in Iceland for a few days. Whilst there I was lucky enough to see the Northern Lights along with some of the sights in the South West corner of the island. I’m just finishing up my photos but should have them up soon. [...]
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