A great way to chill out on a sunny winter Saturday – with a camera at the lake down the road.
Sunrise photos are hard work, but always rewarding (in the end).
Thinking about a lightweight camera. Try a lighter DSLR and kit lens.
The Tower of London Poppies. As you look at this art installation, and we head towards Remembrance Day, remember the people who the poppies represent.
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!
Being ready with the camera allowed me to grab these shots of a rainbow, which formed and went quickly in the tail of Hurricane Gonzalo in the UK.
Choosing a good camera for your travel photography can be tricky. Here are my thoughts.
Autumn leaves and tree reflections in the lake under a blue sky.
Taking photos using high ISO. As the light goes simply crank up the ISO? It’s not quite that simple. here’s a bit of work with some high ISO photography.
Adderbury, Deddington & District Annual photo exhibition, 2014
Love this picture of a seagull flying low on the beach, as seen from a cliff edge.
A beach sunrise, captured on North Beach, Tenby in Pembrokeshire.
The sea – waves breaking over rocks and sand on the beach.
Sunrise sailing boat in the morning light off Tenby.
Tenby Colours – the colours of the boats in the harbour and the buildings above the harbour at Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
This noisy scavenging, hungry seagulll let me get very close.
Motorcycle Festival time in Brackley – links and some photos from past festivals.
A first attempt photographing a kickboxing tournament.
A couple of brightly coloured summer flowers. These can be purchased on my photography site.
There is always something special about reflections in water. Enjoy these photos.
Upgrade your camera – the question is Why?
A day out at the Stratford River Festival – definitely one for next year’s diary.
London at Night – photos from a tour with Photographic Tours at Night.
Green things in the garden, with the right light and a bit of rain.
Mute swan takeoff photo. Wildlife photos often need a bit of luck, but a bit of prepararation can help make your own luck, as in this swan takeoff picture.
It’s bluebell time in England again, and the woods have bluebells everywhere in a pretty blue carpet.
A few photos from the Brackley Festival of Food 2014. This annual event has been running since 2008, and is always worth a visit.
Last Saturday really looked good for a duck shoot. Golden hour came and went before I surfaced. It was a great sunny day, great for collecting the gear and heading for the local lake to
Sometimes you just need to see the light in the right way. Caught the light just right in these photos of white orchid flowers.
Flowers in a spring sunset, how the photo was taken and how it was processed.