Category Archives: Macro

It’s all show: Artweeks 2015!

It’s May (nearly), and that means it’s nearly Oxfordshire Artweeks again.  Artweeks is one of the premier regional art festivals, and takes place all over Oxfordshire in 3 stages: North Oxfordshire, Oxford City, and South Oxfordshire.  There is every type of art on show and it’s all free to attend. I’m exhibiting my Fine Art […]

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Travel by tube…

Many photographers are interested in macro photography, but are put off by the cost of macro lenses.  For example, the Panasonic Leica macro lens for my micro 4/3rds camera costs well over £500.  Getting really close to your subject opens up a whole new world of image possibilities, so how can you do it without […]

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Just a drop please…

At a recent keynote presentation I gave on creative photography, one aspect that I touched on was the use of distorting objects, or materials, in front of the lens.  This blog is about that, in a way… These images were all taken with a mobile phone camera.  I put a tiny water droplet on the lens […]

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