Posts Tagged: 'photography'
I love London, I love time-lapse and I love this video.
Edward Weston said The fact is that relatively few photographers ever master their medium. Instead they allow the medium to master them and go on an endless squirrel cage chase from new lens to new paper to new developer to new gadget, never staying with one piece of equipment long enough to learn its full capacities, Continue Reading
A little while ago the nice people at Blurb contacted me, and asked if I would like to create a book of my Photo 366 project. I pointed out that my project ground to an early halt with just 126 photos taken, but they were OK with that, and so Photo 126 – The Book Continue Reading
I used to be ‘into’ photography. I started with my Grandfather’s old Praktica 35mm camera, a camera so old I had to use a handheld light meter. I learnt the basics of photography with that camera, and used it until its lens fell apart. I had a succession of 35mm cameras after the Praktica: a Continue Reading
Well that didn’t last long; I completely forgot to take a photograph yesterday, and under my Photo 366 rules that’s it – game over. In my defence it was my twelfth wedding anniversary, and I was obviously enjoying myself far too much to remember. Photo 366 was fun while it lasted. The 126 photographs I did Continue Reading
After 100 days of my Photo 366 project I thought I’d pause and review how it’s going. When I started the project I said: I think my Photo 366 project will be a challenge to keep fresh with interesting photographs. I commute to London at least four days a week, well I say London but Continue Reading