Tag Archives: Photography

Shooting in the Golden Fortnight Part 2- Belfast

Apols for the delay here. As you might recall the golden fortnight is the 2-3 weeks that the Scottish schools get off before their counterparts in England . This year was a corker due to the weather. The scorching weather continued as we headed off properly on Holiday over the seas to Belfast. Continue reading Shooting in the Golden Fortnight Part 2- Belfast

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A brief History of Photography by Objects – 1 – A self portrait of a Man 1839

This is  my take on the history of photography from the earliest days to now. In slight hommage to Neil MacGregor’s seminal  A History of the world in a 100 Objects, I’m going to do this by using actual objects that still exist in the world. We begin with the first self portrait  (aka a selfie) Continue reading A brief History of Photography by Objects – 1 – A self portrait of a Man 1839

Cheapskate Photography – The Irresistible Allure – Guest Post by Dan James

Being a cheapskate generally means buying the least expensive option available. Or not buying anything at all. Plus, surely going for the cheapest nearly always means settling for the poorest quality ? Continue reading Cheapskate Photography – The Irresistible Allure – Guest Post by Dan James