I’ve recently starting doing some work for Autographer – the world’s first intelligent wearable camera. My first piece for them, called ‘Trapped behind the lens’ has just gone live on their blog here. This piece deals with our obsession with documenting our lives and asks if you’re constantly watching through a lens or screen, poised to get the […]
In the second installment of a new series I’m writing for Photography Monthly, I spend a day with Brad Wakefield, an editorial photographer, employed by the South West News Service: the largest independent press agency in the UK. The day saw us cover a repatriation funeral at Bath Abbey and was quite an eye opener… This feature […]
I’ve kicked off the New Year with a brand new monthly series in Photography Monthly magazine. Each month I’ll spend a day shadowing a professional photographer at work to gain an insight into their unique vision and how they translate that into an image. This month I hit central London with street photographer David Solomons, […]
For the September issue of Photography Monthly magazine, I contributed a 10 page feature on low-light photography, covering everything from gear and settings to split-lighting and dressing your models in white. I spoke to four low-light-loving pro photographers: Danny Payne, Miss Aniela, Jason Swain and Kristopher Grunert and discovered their secrets…
I spent some of last week out in the Spring sunshine putting Panasonic’s new super tough Lumix FT3 camera through it’s paces at the beach. The 12.1 MP compact has a feature-set which should really appeal to adrenalin junkies and extreme sports types – it’s dustproof, waterproof to 12 meters, shockproof to 2 meters and freezproof to […]
Review published in this month’s T3 magazine, on sale now. You can read more in-depth reviews of all these cameras (written by me) at http://www.t3.com.