Monthly Archives: April 2012

Resurrecting a 5D (or two)


(Or why your Canon DSLR might malfunction) THE DAY Canon’s 5D MkIII camera body was announced my 5D MkII went haywire. prompting me to quip that Canon must have a built-in self-destruct mechanism, to make 5D users part with their … Continue reading

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Chicken, broccoli and penne in Parmesan sauce


LAST YEAR I started a food blog which was intended as a cross-referral promotion, directing people to photos I have for sale and directing them from the photos on those sites to the recipes I had used to make them. … Continue reading

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Fabulous food


PHOTOGRAPHING FOOD has its perks and its pitfalls. The latter mainly involve the message from the bathroom scales; the former include the chance to discover new dishes and even entire new cuisines. I have no doubt that having someone else … Continue reading

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Commando delivers the goods


MY ENSIGN Commando continues to surprise with the quality it delivers. Here is a crop from a photo I took as the light was fading, so I had to shoot with the aperture wide open at f3.5 and focus as … Continue reading

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Six weeks with only film


Rethymnon city centre

The main centre of Rethymnon, shot 0n expired Fuji Pro 400H with an 80mm single-coated Tessar and a Pentacon Six

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