Yearly Archives: 2010

It’s all up in the air.

You may have noticed that I’m interested in cars.  Well, I’m also interested in aircraft as well, and they are great things to photograph creatively, both in the air and on the ground. This privately owned Hawker Hunter of “Fliegerstaffel 15” was at an airshow at Kemble in the Cotswolds.  I used a long lens (ca. […]

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Calling all Trekkies: the story continues…

Once again I’m pleased to report a successful Photo Trek at Buscot Park.  It was last weekend and we had a “full house”.  These photographic training events are great fun, and Buscot Park is a perfect venue for them.  The group was terrific, with a wide range of photographic experience, and equipment ranging from a digital […]

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I’m just a regular guy: Part 4.

It’s the “regular guy” thing again!   As I’ve mentioned before, it’s a real privilege to photograph the same people over a period of time, especially kids.  You see how they’ve grown and changed, and the shoot is easier, because you’ve photographed them before.   At a recent portrait shoot, two brothers and their respective families, came along.  I’d photographed the […]

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The Car’s the Star!

You may have noticed from previous blog posts that I am a bit of a fan of cars.  I own a classic Pininfarina Spidereuropa.  It sounds glamorous, but it’s really just an old FIAT in a party dress.   The shapes of cars are fascinating subjects for creative photography, and I love the little details.  This is the […]

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