Moving still – Cinemagraph experimentation

Over the past couple of months, I’ve been really trying to create and make better Cinemagraphs

Why have one lens on your camera when you can have four!

I saw some really cool and intriguing images on the web a couple of years back and couldn't figure out how they were created. It was kind of a retro 3D animation of a still image! After lots of digging and research on the internet I discovered that the technique involved some 1980's analogue technology combined with some up-to-date digital PhotoShop jiggery-pokery.

An invisible man, a wicked witch, a sexy knight and plenty of booing!

That ridiculous headline above can only mean on thing! It’s the Killigrew Drama Society (KiDS) Camelot the Panto 2018! For the second year now (read about my first panto photoshoot here), I had the delightful honour of taking the behind the scenes shots of the full dress rehearsal of Camelot the Panto. The panto was held… Continue reading An invisible man, a wicked witch, a sexy knight and plenty of booing!

British Life Photography Awards

Back in September this year I entered and submitted some pictures into the British Life Photography Awards (BLPA) competition. I was delighted to receive word back that two of my entries had made it as far as the Shortlist under the Urban Life picture category. The British Life Photography Awards is a showcase of contemporary and imaginative… Continue reading British Life Photography Awards

Mud, sweat, bog and trekking 26.2 miles of stunning Scottish scenery in under 12 hours!

Trekking 26.2 miles through some of the most stunning and dramatic landscapes in Scotland, all the way from Glencoe to the foot of the mighty Big Yin himself – Ben Nevis.

Swim it, Ride it, Run it, Snap it!

Once all the competitors had leapt from the pontoon piercing the tranquil waters directly in front of them, the calmness was shattered! There was a mass of bubbling frenzied white water that appeared a couple of feet in front of the swimmers like a mini tsunami.