This could be one of those love/hate photos. This was taken on a walk last week to look for an image.
Just as I was setting up it started to pour down with rain and I mean really pour down. This was created by taking 3 photos are different exposures and then merged together to form this HDR.
If you fancy taking a closer look or downloading it yourself then click the to visit Unsplash and you'll see it in all it's Hi-Res goodness. Read More
Let me start with a few of the stats about this tripod before we go any further. This is a £55, yes that's the legs and head. Other famous brands couldn't ever get near that price.
With everything in life you get what you pay for, a £250,000 car is generally going to be faster, more luxurious than a £5,000. Take on board the price and not be let down.
Introducing the Calumet 7100 Tripod, a three-way quick release tripod with a three-way pan and tilt head. Read More
I'm really trying to get outside more and take landscape photos that I'm happy with. Stepping out of the comfort zone and seeing different parts of the countryside.
We're lucky that we have beautiful landscapes right on our doors steps.
This view was talking on a walk last Sunday in a location I knew of but had never visited before. Read More
Things that move aren't my speciality..landscapes are fine, flowers fine but animals and insects I'm never quick enough.
This was the best I could come up with after spending ages trying to take a photo of a bee. Read More
It’s 2017 and in the past my kit has changed, at the moment I am settled on this set up but as things change I will try to keep this updated.
Most of these things were purchased myself and I have added a link to Amazon for these item. These links are “affiliate links”, this means if you click on it and buy it, I make a small 3% – 8% commission. Read More
Every year we try to go fruit picking and last weekend was when we went. It was a beautiful day and it was lovely to get out in the fresh air.
We don't go to pick loads and loads of fruit just to waste, we just pick strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.
You can read our blog about the day here : Family Fruit Picking Read More
I was struggling with a photo to post for #MySundayPhoto this week but then on the way to my office, I stopped off a captured this.
All the green and blue over the Sussex countryside. This is one of the reasons living in the countryside is just perfect. Read More
This was one of the photos I took while at a local vineyard for a photo shoot.
I'm quite happy with the way this has come out, I might return when there is more red in the sky. Read More
On YouTube, I've been watching a series of vlogs by Dave Erasmus which is about him building something special called Corcovado. Corcovado is a place off the grid that for the past 8 months he's been calling home. A place that consists of a shepherd's hut to sleep in, a cooking area, and a few other things such as a vegetable patch and now another shepherd's hut. Read More
On Friday evening I had a photo-shoot at Bluebell Vineyards in Sussex and just as I was leaving this was the view.
A beautiful sunset full of colour, I had put my camera away so this was taken on my phone. Read More
I had high hopes of releasing an amazing photo of a horse or two but it didn't quite work out.
I'm putting together a collection of photos for them so that they can release a calendar and raise money for them to keep supporting the hard work they do.
Here is the photo I'm sharing, it's not the best but it's a learning curve having never taken photos of animals before. Read More
I am ready for Summer, this week we've had beautiful sunny days then a thunderstorm, then rain and finally the sunshine again. I just want the sun to stay now, we're all ready for the Summer.
Not my best photo but with the blue skies in the background and hint of flowers it seemed, to sum up, this time of year. Read More
Lake Wood is only 5 minutes from where we live but it's a bit of a pain to get to it. This is the reason I've never been here before. I thought it would be pretty quiet but there were a fair few people around...probably because it was a sunny day and also a Bank Holiday. Read More
On Bank Holiday Monday I decided to head out to a new location to take a few photographs. I wanted to use filters for the first time but I didn't manage it. Instead I took a few bracketed images to balance out the bright sunlight. Read More
The Serpentine is a 40-acre lake in the heart of Hyde Park in London, it's a beautiful peaceful part of London. Nearby you've got the Princess Diana Fountain, a lido and Kensington Gardens.
Perfect for a walk or picnic in the Summer. Read More
I don't really care for following celebrities, in fact, I don't follow any of social media. The people I check on Instagram are people that inspire me, people who make me want to create new and exciting things.
Generally, those people are Casey Neistat, Chase Jarvis, Thomas Heaton and Trey Ratcliff. I head to their profiles, watch their videos and enjoy the content that they put out into the World. Read More
Drones, Cameras & a Bible - What's in my bag? With John - DadBlogUK
A special treat today, a joint video with myself and John from DadBlogUK where we show you our camera equipment.
In this John also shows off his new drone and we have a quick flight. Read More
Last weekend I headed off to enjoy a photo-walk with Trey Ratcliff. The walk was around Hyde Park and ended with a stunning sunset.
So this week's #MySundayPhoto is of one of the photos I took. Read More
One of the things I love about living in the countryside is the open spaces, the fields and how they change from season to season.
This is one of the most beautiful sights you'll find...beautiful golden fields. I thought about editing out the cables but it felt wrong. Colours and textures I don't mind editing but I never like to remove things that are in the scene. Read More
A little while ago…possibly a year or so…a phrase kept popping up in Facebook groups and in blogging circles. The phrase was ‘pods’ or ‘Instagram pods’. Something up until that point I’d never heard about. Read More