As I say in person to anyone who asks me and as I also state here, I do not like to photograph weddings or events. I do not even like to attend weddings. I find the whole experience contrived, farcical and drawn-out. Bear that in mind as I also tell you that my wife and … Continue reading Photos from a wedding we attended
I've been meaning to do a video about cursive handwriting for a while, and I've also been asked by a few of my viewers on YouTube to do it. Before you watch the video, I want you to know some of the benefits of handwriting: It works the brain in ways that typing cannot achieve. … Continue reading The case for cursive handwriting
Remember my video on watch bands? I intended to create a guide to watch designs and I got around to it last week. This video's even longer than the last one; it's almost 30 minutes! Get a cup of tea, sit down and get comfortable, because it's going to take a bit of time to get … Continue reading A comparison of watch designs
I love macro photographs and I'm glad to see that you do as well, judging by the wild success of my last published set of photographs on this subject. So why don't I give you more of what you want? 🙂
Did I ever profess my love for Morgan Cars publicly? It's time I did. I love them! For years, I decried the ugly design of modern cars and I wondered where old design went. I looked at cars made in the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and wondered when cars were going to get beautiful again. … Continue reading I love Morgan Cars
I love photographing details. It allows for so much creative freedom -- much more than when photographing whole subjects.
You can get wonderful photographs by playing with shadows. They're used to great effect in portraiture (which is a subject for another post) and you can use them to the same effect when photographing objects or shapes, in effect sculpting the image with light. Here are a few examples.