I have been using the Helios 44-2 F2 58mm Russian lens for just over a year. Is it a vintage classic or a bit of a fail when used on a modern mirrorless camera?
I have being meaning to do it for agess. I eventually got arount to creating my youtube channel so I can share the stories behind some of my photographs
A proper landscape photographer is prepared to get up early or stay up late to get the special light. I am on Holiday and I am too much of a lazy arse.
Oops! I couldn't be bothered to bring a decent camera to Folkestone because of a poor weather forecast. The moral of the story ignore forecasts and bring a camera.
After a rubbish 2020 and most 2021 spoilt by Covid restrictions it was great to get out into the albeit cold spring air to photograph this years Bluebells
It's been a while since I was out with my camera. This photograph is made up of 5 or 6 photographs to create this panorama of some Surrey and Sussex countryside.
Another one of my photographs that I decided to revisit in Photoshop. The result is almost mystical or magical (I think anyway)
Well not exaxtly revisited, A photograph from 2011 that I had long forgotten about got some love in Adobe Photoshop
It's what everyone wanted, and now we have it. Snow! Lots of smiling faces around here today.
Because of time constraints I don't publish all my photos here, you can see photos on my instagram feed.
2021 gets underway along with a new lockdown which will probably have tougher conditions set. At least we have some beautiful scenery to photograph
What a fantastic start to Christmas day 2020. These photographs were taken on a short family walk around Maidensgrove Common Near Henley on Thames Oxfordshire
The UK is in its second national lockdown. Luckily for me the Chiltern Hills and it's woodland look stunning at this time of year.
Due to a heavy cold, I haven't really being able to take photographs during much of October
Photographs from 2006 of the Scottish Highlands near Ullapool. The region surrounding Ullapool is dominated by rugged mountains.