Yearly Archives: 2011

A right Royal event: Part 2

OK, let me state at the start that this blog post is not about the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.  No, it’s about the Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition, in London from 7th June to 15th August 2011. Their website says, “The Royal Academy’s annual Summer Exhibition is the world’s largest open […]

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Panasonic GF1 first impressions

Normally I blog about photography rather than cameras, but this post is a bit different. Panasonic’s highly regarded GF1 micro 4/3rds camera has been discontinued, and a new model, the GF2, has replaced it.  So why the report of a GF1?  Well, it’s because I’ve just bought one!  I reckon that buying an outgoing model is a sensible […]

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I’m just a regular guy: Part 5

I recently had the pleasure to do a contemporary portrait shoot for a little boy’s third birthday.  It’s now my 7th shoot for the same family.  I’ve shot his parents’ wedding, did portrait shoots for his 1st, 2nd and 3rd birthdays, and also three portrait shoots of their dogs. Here he is, looking very cute, on his first birthday.  At that […]

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It’s a mystery to me.

I have a book, by ex-BBC journalist John Timpson, called, “Timpson’s England”.  It’s a celebration of the unusual and mysterious things to be found all over England.  We can look for our own unusual things and mysteries.  Sometimes they are obvious, and sometimes we have to search hard to find them.  This one was obvious.  It’s a […]

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