I’m giving a workshop: ‘The Ideal Digital Photo’ in Salzburg 9-11 September, introducing my six step method of building an image, then workflow and image reviews. It’ll be fun, it’ll be solid hard work! Join me!
Completed my first on-line course, for Udemy. Waiting for approval now, so look out for announcements that it’s published!
I’ve started work on a biggie on the history of photography. A visual history, which means you get more pix to look at and be wowed by than words to read! Your thoughts on musts and unmissables invited!
I receive many questions about which camera is best for this or that purpose, but none as gracefully and thoughtfully phrased as one which dropped in last week from a retired gentleman in Kolkata, India.
The similarity in the figures – both around 0.6 – is deceptive. There is a world of difference between the Golden Ratio (also Golden Section or Phi), and the Rule of Thirds.
Those who understand photography as essentially a two-dimensional medium – width and depth – impose unnecessary limitations on themselves. And they miss out a lot of the fun. In fact, the way you to develop your own visual style, is to recognise that every time you photograph, you are operating in no fewer than seven […]
The world appears to be full of expert camera reviewers. They are very free with their opinions. They will tell how quickly some latest model focuses, how good (or not) the images are, whether they enjoyed using it.
Earlier in January I was in Dubai on the jury of the Hamdan International Photography Award (HIPA). While there, I gave a talk, on the 14th, about judging photographs. It was a contentious topic and I did not want to be drawn into specifics of judging photography awards. While of course there is common ground between some, the differences are […]
I’ve been following Quora for the same reason I encourage visitors like you to ask questions. I like to know what intrigues, puzzles or fascinates those interested in photography; and I like to know the things they don’t understand. And it helps me to take the time to answer some. So here’s one, edited to be general: […]
Thousands words have been spilled, spat out and spun on the rise and rise of smartphone photography. It even has its own moniker: iphoneography. Galleries show them, even museums take notice. And it’s only the first morning of the revolution, as it were. So, I thought, why don’t I stick in my tripod leg too? […]