I haven’t written anything for a long time so I thought I would write a quick ost about photographing the spring woods with intentional camera movement (ICM) and multiple expoures. I’m probably sharing this post a little late i the season, but hopefully’ll see another week of bluebells in the woods and hopefully any tips … More Bluebell Woods
It’s my favourite time of year again here in Dorset, the woods are carpeted with bluebells and the leaves on the trees are bursting from their buds. Bluebells are one of my favourite flowers to spend time with and to photograph so I thought I would write a post about how I go about photographing … More Photographing Bluebells
How I create my images of gulls in flight It’s been a while since I wrote a post about techniques, so I’m going to share one about one of my favourite techniques, intentional camera movement. I’ve been taking hand held ICM pictures of the gulls in flight over the river Stour in Blandford Forum for … More Photographing birds in flight
One of the most enjoyable types of nature photography in the warmer part of the year is capturing images of butterflies. These beautiful and ephemeral insects epitonise summer as they flutter on jewelled wings through the landscape. I can think of few pursuits I enjoy more than chasing butterflies on a sunny day or sitting … More Photographing butterflies
I have often wondered what kind of imagery I would be able to create using a different camera, so I was really excited when Olympus sent me an OMD E-M10 III to try out and write about. In this post I’ll share with you how I got on with the camera and the lenses which … More Olympus OMD E-M10 III
The lockdown has meant spending a lot more time at home and as the sun has been shining I’ve spent the last few weeks experimenting more with wet cyanotype, lumens and anthotypes. So I thought I’d share some of the work I’ve created and a little bit about how each image is made. The chemicals … More Cameraless creativity.