Monthly Archives: January 2015

I went to Tiso’s outdoor shop in Glasgow today to buy some snow-grips for jogging. While there HB and I went into their cafe for a capuccino and babyccino. There was a really bright sun streaming in the window of the cafe (45 mins or so till sunset), and after she chose her seat, I…

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As you may now have noticed, I have made an entry to my photoblog every day of January so far. (Starting work at first light and driving home in the dark has meant, indoor shots, processing of old shots, or reflective writing). When it snowed big fluffy flakes last night I took my 5D and…

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One of the things that magazines regularly suggest we do to help our creativity is to revisit old images and to see whether we might choose differently or perhaps have a different approach to processing/retouching as we have become more experienced. I found this one from 2007 tonight taken with my first DSLR, a Canon…

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This is just a really simple picture with no flash. The coloured lights behind were from a bar in Glasgow where we met to say hi before taking our eventual 100-portraits choice in Buchanan Street. Jodie had such a lovely, bubbly personality and this picture , with her looking slightly upwards just seems to capture…

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I like the fact that my phone has a built-in camera. The oft repeated truism that “the best camera is the one you have with you” works for me too. There have been many times that I have been glad that I have it with me or I might have missed a moment. The only…

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