Never having taken pictures of aircraft before, I had only a vague idea of what was in store for me at the Bournemouth Air Festival. Let’s just say that there weren’t many keepers and, although I generally shoot as though I’ve still got a film camera, I took lots of images. At least 75% could […]
Another trip to London organised by the Winchester Photographic Society. About 30 or so of us ended up at Bank underground station and took a circular walking route around that area. These are some of the pictures I took on that day.
I joined the Winchester Photographic Society in September last year. The club meets every Tuesday, which is, unfortunately, a night I’m usually busy doing something else. However, there is a very active extra-curricular calendar so I decided to join anyway to be exposed to what other people are up to with their photography. A recent […]
I guess this is old news now, but Nikon have at last announced their long-anticipated serious mirrorless cameras, the Z7 and Z6. Canon are expected to follow suit before too long. As a long-time CSC user, it’s about time. Die-hard SLR users have been deriding CSCs for quite a while but I anticipate that this […]
My wife does some writing and a couple of months ago discovered the Bangor Literary Journal (BLJ). This is a fairly new publication – only three issues have been published, two numbered ones and a Spring special. It concentrates mainly on poetry and flash fiction (very short stories) but they also include some art and […]
Bookings for the Marlborough College Summer School (MCSS) are now open and I’m pleased to say I will be teaching there again in summer 2018. Two new courses are on offer in addition to a very popular course run in previous years – you can book places now at the summer school website. For more […]