At this time of year, I’ll be honest, As much as I am enjoying playing with a camera, the incentive to get out doors and practice my craft is lacking somewhat.
Saturday, 3rd November 2012: The initial idea for this journal entry involved writing a real-time story, presenting the progression of an evening of utter idiocy, alcoholic indulgence and photographic luck. A scenario that gave the reader a sense they are living the moment along with the author.
With the last of the summer bank holidays feeling like a long-lost subtext to an otherwise non-existent warm season; the Faversham Hop festival signifies one last opportunity to see off summer. A welcoming to the light, colour, and flu germs that epitomise autumn in the UK.
During August my team and I venture out to Cologne, Germany for the annual GamesCom conference. Since taking up photography and buying a few bits of half decent kit, I figured this will make for an ideal chance to find out how much I’ve learned.