Devon in Black and White

I’m lucky that I can spend part of my year in Devon. Here is a collection of favourite images made over the last couple of years, processed in black and white.

11pm on Friday 31st January

When a picture literally is worth a thousand words.

Five Photography Truisms That May Not Be… True

Rules, rules, rules. We all look for them to help guide us, especially when setting out in a new profession, project or personal endeavour. What are the things I can and cannot do according to accepted social norms? What have others done before that are good and bad? What are

2019 – Year in Review

So that was not just the end of another year but the end of a decade – and what a decade it’s been. In the past ten years our political, economic and environmental landscape has changed beyond recognition. In 2010 Boris Johnson was ‘just’ the mayor of London and preparing

A Stream of Consciousness

This seemed like a good idea so I thought I would capture my own stream consciousness made on a wet November afternoon. No reasons. No order. (Maybe) no sense. Here they are regardless. A camera is really a notebook. If you carry it with you at all times you will

Recent Portrait Work

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any portrait work so here are some recent images made using a mix of Fujifilm X-T3 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 cameras, in studio and on location.  

Is a Camera a Tool You Use or an Instrument You Play?

We’re constantly being told that photography should not be about the gear but instead should be all about the image. It doesn’t matter what gear you use, a great photographer will create an amazing image no matter what camera she uses to expose the scene and capture it on sensor

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