Being in isolation is often where I find my creative spark. I can retreat to this space wherever I am. All I need to do is slip on a pair of headphones to get myself into that space. I could be surrounded by thousands of people but feel detached, observing the world around me, readyContinue reading “A path to finding your creative spark.”
To improve with anything you must practice and often that practice can be tough. To begin with you learn quickly, everything is fresh, new and exciting, and then you hit it, the plateau. Nothing seems to change, you appear to be stuck at a certain level. At this point it’s pretty easy to give up,Continue reading “To enjoy the photography you do, do the photography you enjoy”
Most importantly have your camera you use to hand at all times. Have a place you keep it and make that somewhere you’re very likely to walk past as you head out of the house. This means you can pick it up almost without thinking. Did you know that on average if you follow aContinue reading “The habit of always having a camera on you.”
The world around you can sometimes appear to stand still, that is particularly true here in Oxford where you can often find a place hardly change in years. But look closely enough and you’ll find that the world around you changes more often than you might think. The shop at the end ofContinue reading “Capture the change.”
What is the 24 shot challenge? It’s a photography project that can be as short or as long as you like with the express idea of only taking 24 photos. Why 24 shots? In the days of 35mm film photography you’d often only have 24 exposures per film. Let me explain … Do you everContinue reading “The 24 Shot Challenge”
What camera are you using today?
Is it the one you regularly use? Is it a new camera? New Lens? We’ll spend a few minutes at the start talking through any questions you have about your particular camera …
I’m often asked many questions, but the one that crops (pardon the pun!) up the most is how can improve my photography? There are many things you can do to help you create the shots you’ve always wanted to get, but that would take more than this email to go through, so for now, IContinue reading “Top Three Tips to Better shots”