For years I’ve taken photos of woodland trees and for years I’ve not been happy with them.Read More How I stopped worrying & learned to love trees.
We’re always being told to say ‘yes’. As if our lives, like poor Gwyneth Paltrow’s character in Sliding Doors literally depended on it. Say ‘no’ we’re told, and you’ll at best be unhappy, at worst, if Sliding Doors is to be believed, fighting for your life in Intensive Care. There’s this enormous pressure to seize […]Read More Why Saying ‘No’ Can Be As Good As Saying ‘Yes’
There’s no shortage of opportunities for photography around North Northumberland. Berwick’s historic walls and bridges over the Tweed; the Holy Island of Lindisfarne are obvious choices, but I decided to visit a location I’ve been to before: the Duddo Stones.Read More Duddo at Dusk
Hareshaw Linn, a Northumberland waterfall.
This is one of Northumberland’s most impressive waterfalls and also one of its most accesssible.Read More Let it come down.
Last time I looked, I had 44,593 images stored on hard drives.
I reckon at least 99% of them are awful. On second thoughts, maybe 99.99%.
So why am I keeping all those photos?Read More 5 reasons why you should print your images
I’d given up on everything. Including photography, something that previously had helped me. I’d make excuses to myself and show no interest in going out. It was part of a pattern: thinking tomorrow will be better slowly slid into saying no to everything.Read More A Light in the Dark
There’s always something you can learn from other photographers. Here’s some ways to do it.Read More 5 Ways Photographers Can Learn From Each Other
Have you ever thought about the images you use on your website?
Are they the right mix for you and your brand?
When someone says this, my heart sinks.Read More Your pictures are great; you must have a really good camera…