Most people start to get the impression that winter is on its way out in March. This year, the weather fairies seem to have flipped a switch on the 1st March and immediately cheered everyone up with a bit of sunshine. It’s interesting though, even when one would say the weather is improving, some people… Continue reading Has Spring Sprung?
A month into 2015 and we’ve had maybe a flurry of snow, the English weather is as non-descriptive as it always is in the southeast. This doesn’t seem to matter to our local train service, whose ineptitude knows no bounds. I have just spent an hour stood on a frozen(ish) platform, seen all trains into my… Continue reading January Favourites
Spending time on the beach in the winter is not necessarily something I have done in the past. Jarvis has given us the ideal excuse to pull on warm clothing boots and gloves and go for lovely strolls by the sea at weekends. Taken during January, Jarvis and his BFF Cookie paused for a moment… Continue reading Puppy Love
Since I have cut all my hair off, I figured I could use that as an excuse to buy a new hat. *shrug*
After a year of trying to grow my hair, this afternoon I finally came to my senses and got my haircut. I am actually a little sad about the whole thing.
Last weekend was a landmark moment for my photography. It was the first time I went out somewhere specifically to shoot at the request of someone else. You could say, a client. I won’t say a client, because it is an old friend and they are not paying any more than covering my expenses. Even… Continue reading Brighton Pier and Children
Christmas day with the family. As we draw towards the end of this year, my first as a ‘real’ camera owner, I guess it would be somewhat remiss of me not to talk a little about Christmas day. With the exception of mother, my whole family hates having their photo taken, me included. This I… Continue reading Tis the season
Over the August bank holiday weekend some important lessons were learned. People told me not to expect too much from my first portrait shoot. They weren’t joking! I can’t describe it as a complete disaster; I had a lot of fun and learned LOADS, needless to say on this occasion I have created lots of pictures that are genuine… Continue reading The Importance of location
In-Door shooting: Spring has sprung in the UK, which means my new hobby has been somewhat put on hold. It has been decided, I am not yet keen enough to brave all this crappy weather. The good news (for me) at least is, tomorrow I will be on a plane heading to mean old ‘frisco, spending as… Continue reading Rain, Rain, Go away