Category Archives: Sigma 28 f1.8

Margaret Ker

I have had a long gap since my last portrait session, largely due to work pressures and the hassles of having a tiny girl around at the learning to walk stage. It was a great pleasure therefore this weekend to meet with Argyll artist Margaret Ker for a proper, no distraction portrait session. Margaret and…

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Richard Kennedy

This is wood turner and wood artist Richard Kennedy. I met Richard yesterday and had a pleasant afternoon learning about his passion for his craft. Richard was great company and I could have chatted with him about tools, wood and photography for ages. Richard takes his own product photographs using my old friend, the Canon…

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Alexander Hamilton

The latest in my series of Argyll Artists is this striking gentleman. Alexander is a theatrical prop maker and designer as well as an artist with a particularly creative and quirky approach. He sees found objects like old animal bones and chunks of dead tree and sees wonderful imaginative objects in them. That of course…

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  • I have had the pleasure of meeting Alexander and took to him immediately. I have known his daughter Kate for many years 🙂

    A lovely blog about a lovely creative man.

  • Great portraits brother of mine I had forgotten
    what a good looking fella you are Love to all of you Joxxxx

Graeme

It’s been a while since I have done a “100 portraits revisited”. I heard Bill Wadman on the “On Taking Pictures” podcast talking about how good Lightroom 4 is at pulling detail out of earlier sensors. This one was done on my 40D which my friend Martin now owns, and Bill was right, on updating…

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Hannah

Fave 28mm Sigma at f1.8

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  • Katharine

    She is adorable. I am sure a lovely future lies ahead for this darling girl.

  • katrina

    hello both of you; your daughter is beautiful and we grannies know a thing or two about these things. She appears to be a complete mixture of the two of you. Wishing you all well, Love to the 3 of you XXX