Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Photography Show 2015

It used to be called Focus on Imaging. Last year it got changed over into The Photography Show. Not sure it’s the catchiest name in the world but otherwise not a lot has changed. Here are a few quick thoughts on the recently concluded 2015 installment at the Birmingham NEC. [heading top=”10″ bottom=”10″ size=”5″]The DSLR video push is slowing down.[/heading] Where the last year or two saw a big push with stabilisers, shoulder pods, etc, this section was much more muted this […]

The New Obsession

As photographers I suspect we are sometimes guilty of going through phases. Stints in our photographic journey where a particular style, technique or subject particularly captures our attention. For a while now I’ve been working on getting some images of kingfishers, with a few unsuccessful visits to a local nature reserve in County Durham where kingfishers are sometimes about. As seems typical with my general good fortune, each visit had yielded precisely zero kingfisher sightings, usually accompanied by stories from […]