Every now and then I take photos that fall short of being truly successful somehow yet I keep as a reference for improvement in the future. Continue reading Nearly
By taking a sequence of images where the focus is moved from the front of the subject to the back, it’s possible to combine them on a computer into a single image with a much deeper depth of field, giving the kind of sharpness that’s tricky in one macro capture. Continue reading Stack ‘em high
In the corner of Kent Wildlife Connected In Time, devoted to the past, present and hopeful future of Kent’s natural world, is a video presentation… featuring photography by yours truly. Continue reading Kent Wildlife Connected In Time
For many, 2021 has felt like the encore that was as welcome as a fart in a lift…things picked up here in my corner of England. Continue reading 2021 – moins de merde!
Mushrooms, the fruiting bodies of fungi! Continue reading How much room?
After a rather hectic few months photographically I have slowed down of late, concentrating on trees, sometimes scoping out compositions and returning to them the week after, literally aiming at a photo a week, maybe. Continue reading Time flies
Recently I returned to a spot where sat a tree that I had taken a shine to. Continue reading Rooted Memories
The legendary David Bailey recently said on TV, “Most people take photos. I make them.” Continue reading Ok so what now?
A selection of close ups of wild UK flora and a couple of bees for good measure, taken on my swanky macro lens that I definitely didn’t treat myself to during the UK lockdown. Continue reading Appreciating Small Things
In 2020, aside from a possible flirtation with Covid 19 which has left me socially wary and certainly pleasantry weary, I’ve somehow been a finallist in Emulsive’s FP4Party, shortlisted in Landscape Photographer of the Year and had an image chosen to be BBC Wildlife Magazine’s Pic of the Day on social media. Continue reading L’année de merde