Travels of the Hairy One Moved to SiteGround Getting away from photography, here’s something from my other, more technical, persona. Travels of the Hairy 1 is now hosted on SiteGround. And they have impressed me. Now, let’s give that a bit more context. As an IT Manager I have established and manage a 24×7 system […]
Travel hardware for your holiday blogging and photos? You need a laptop, right? Wrong. There are better, cheaper ways to do it. And they may surprise you.
Gone fishing. A fisherman’s rod standing in the sand waiting for a bite. Ships on the horizon queue to get into Durban harbour. Incredible light on the whole scene as the sun attempts to get through the cloud cover. Photos from our Durban Trip, 2016. from 500px Waiting for a Bite via IFTTT
Interesting! I had to try this! I came across #snapseed recently. What better way to try it but to pick a pretty mundane “I was there” photo. This thing could be fun! Busy times, so it has been a few days since I shared Otto Münchow’s blog about Snapseed. I have subsequently used it to […]
Every year in September our photographic club, the Adderbury Deddington and District Photographic Society holds its annual photographic exhibition. Usually this is a display of work from the last year. Now, our club is non-competitive. That means that, unlike many clubs, there are no competitions or judging of photos in the normal course of business. […]
Snapseed – an interesting piece of software delivering the ability to process photos on Android. Spotted this excellent picture and had to re-blog it.
A pair of photos, taken less than 2 minutes apart, showing the difference in the light which a hole in a cloud makes.
Party photos can be a challenge, especially at a birthday party, and especially whien they are outside your photographic comfort zone.
Best done with a prime lens, here’s a little lens exercise to help you use that lens better when you are out with your DSLR. Knowing your gear is important!
Tenby Colours – the colours of the boats in the harbour and the buildings above the harbour at Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales.