I seem to go through phases with Instagram. A love/hate thing. Some weeks it’s fun, engaging, my little tribe posting creative shots and sharing ideas. Other weeks it’s annoying, corporate, branded shots, self-promotion.Read More
Taking mum to see a family friend. In a home we used to often visit, decades ago, when I was still at school.Read More
Anyone else signed up for the 24 hour project (www.24hourproject.org)?
This year will be the first time I’ve joined in but I’ve been meaning to do a 24 hour walk in Manhattan for sometime so it makes sense to join in the global project.
I was expecting to be talking about my second 2018 project by now, but I’ve decided it’s not ready yet. The images I’d chosen as the strongest individual shots don’t tell the story I intended, so I need a rethink and probably a different selection.Read More
I talked before about moving away from Adobe, and Lightroom in particular. It’s good software and personally I’ve been ok with it’s performance on my 2015 MacBook Pro, but updates have been very infrequent when you’re paying a monthly subscription and the main version being named ‘Classic’ doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in it’s future development.Read More
Seth Godin shared some interesting thoughts in his post 'Is the noise in my head bothering you?'. Our worldview, our story, our plans and selfish nature dominate our thoughts and actions, at least while we let them.Read More
I know, I know, I said I’d probably get a used X100T after trying one. Honestly, that was the plan. But each eBay sale I looked at had something that put me off. And then Adorama knocked another $100 off an immaculate ex-demo X100FRead More
Everything was pretty easy. One folder for each year. One subfolder for each shoot or event or theme. Do backups, import to Lightroom, pick, edit, export to clients (Smugmug) or social media.Read More