How Colour Photography Works… and, yes, it’s as clear as black and white.

Remember back in junior school art where you learned the primary colours are red, blue and yellow? Yeah, well, scrap that, rewind and prepare to have your mind well and truly blown. For where light is concerned, the three primary colours are red, blue and... drumroll, please... GREEN, with secondary colours of yellow, magenta and... Continue Reading →


A work in progress; this is where I'll be whacking sources of inspiration (a bit like that red barn in Canada or Richmond Park on a winter's morning) that I come across throughout the next year. CANON EOS 5D MARK IV Behold, my latest obsession: the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. So out of my price... Continue Reading →

NCFE Level 2: Class Notes – week 1 & 2

RAMBLING, RANDOM NOTES TO HELP ME REMEMBER STUFF Classes 1 and 2 were a mixture of revisiting Level 1 STUFF to remind ourselves of what we'd already learned (and already started to forget) along with some new, techy STUFF that is still warping my mind. So don't expect any flow to any of this. It's... Continue Reading →

Postcode Gallery Number 1 – Park Life

Learning objectives: 1.1; 1.2; 1.3; So, I started off taking pictures up in Sheen Common and Richmond Park, as that's where the hound and I spend a part of most days. Dog-owners; dog-walkers; the dogs themselves: the canine world is not short of colourful characters and I figure that, over the next few months, I... Continue Reading →

NCFE Level 2 – Week 1: The Postcode Project

NCFE Level 1 was all about the basics. Now we've got to try to master them. By the end of the three terms, I'd love to instinctively know how, say, certain lens/aperture combos will work together. But, frankly, I will be truly chuffed if, having pictured the shot that I'm after, I get even halfway... Continue Reading →

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