Down in the trees something is stirring …
Pictures from an autumn afternoon walk down by the Tweed between Mertoun and Maxton.
What if you used your digital camera as if it had a film in it? I did for a while. Here’s what happened.
How a black and white picture of Hebden Bridge by Denis Thorp in the Guardian in 1978 still influences how I take photographs today.
Many photographers have a preferred genre, their comfort zone. A place where creativity arrives without conscious effort. For me, it’s ultrawide landscapes
Finding someone else to help with editing our pictures and choose our collections can prove useful. It works in other fields; why not photography too?
It might seem a bit odd starting an article on trees with something that is most certainly not a tree. For me though, it’s a tree in all but name.
Is it realistic to expect a photographer to concern himself with his viewers expectation about the nature of photography?
Consider the use of monochrome to concentrate your viewers’ eyes on the real subjects of your photos.
I feel like something of a scratched record about this, banging on about photographic intentions yet again. But it’s important.