Tag Archives: greece

Will digital do this?

I recently finished processing this shot, taken with my Leica R4s ModP and the Summicron 90mm lens, and it struck me as a fine example of the sort of quality in the tones that film can deliver and but digital … Continue reading

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The Best of 2012

IT’S hard to say which of this year’s crop of photos are my best, particularly as I am usually most excited by what I have done most recently – and if my work is steadily improving, that is as it … Continue reading

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The quality of light

I’VE BEEN working through the mass of photos I took during my Greek trip and I was struck by the two below. One of them was taken in the eveningĀ  the other early the following morning. The difference in the … Continue reading

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Time for a change

ENOUGH about arcane experiments with old cameras! Well, enough for now, anyway. It’s time to get up-to-date and throw in some shameless self-promotion. So, today: Greece. I’ve just come back after 10 days wandering through the delightful Argo-Saronic Gulf, the … Continue reading

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Making a start

I’ve posted my first image – the header showing a boat in front of the rising sun at Agios Nikolaos, Crete, in August 2007. It’s a bit tricky shooting sunrises like this, especially with an SLR where you can’t see … Continue reading

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