It’s six thirty am and I am doing what has become a habit this past few months. Wake up at 6 am, plus or minus 5 minutes. Make a large thermal mug of black coffee, with honey. Take a walk. The … [Read more...] about The Ten Minute Smoke and Mirrors Sunrise
I used to be a professional, full time photographer. Along the way, I found that my skill set of being able to sell things, shoot photography, write and create content was a skill set in demand.
I still love photography.
When I began my work as a professional photographer way back in 2003, watermarking images was certainly the way to go online. Many things have changed since then and with these changes, my philosophy … [Read more...] about Why I Don’t Use Watermarks Any More
If you’re a creative person, you need to be on Instagram. Not to seek out a huge tribe of followers, though that would be nice. You need to be on Instagram because it’s a simply great place to fuel … [Read more...] about Use Instagram to Boost Your Creativity, Not Your Likes
It’s with a heavy heart that I heard of the failure of the Wemark stock photography project. However is wasn’t a surprise. If you’re a non-photography person, to explain, Wemark promised much to image … [Read more...] about Sadly, Why Wemark Was Always Doomed to Fail, Here’s The Positives You Can Take From It.
It’s March 28th 2017, northern France. The Citroen rental car is giving it’s best possible performance, but we don’t seem to be catching them up. For more than an hour now, we’ve been heading across … [Read more...] about Chasing the Mirage – 2 Years On
Sitting in a Tapas bar in Sitges in September, the thud of explosions outside made me put down the ice cold Estrella and take a look. There's a well known phrase, invented by Chase Jarvis, that the … [Read more...] about Sitges, Santa Tecla and The Best Camera
A rather insightful article on the Mastering Photography website highlighted the impact of images with converging lines in photography. The article by Richard Gray was principally covering what makes … [Read more...] about Instagram and The Vanishing Point
Looking back, it’s quite remarkable how simply carrying a camera can change the course of things. As I left for Donington Park that day, I wasn’t actually going as a photographer. I was there as a … [Read more...] about Sir Stirling and The Blonde – The Final Edition
The Sir Stirling Moss and The Blonde print is now firmly established as an iconic motorsport memorabilia print and has proved a great gift for many collectors. When The Signature Store and I first … [Read more...] about Sir Stirling Moss Print Sells for £1600
Can I take an aerial photo of your house? A very frequently asked question indeed. Although the majority of my work is for commercial clients and stock images, it's very easy to get an aerial photo … [Read more...] about Aerial Photo of Your House?
Regular readers of this blog will know about this image and it's history. It's famous from Jalopnik to Japan and was even once claimed by a Walter Mitty photographer as his own image. Well, I'm proud … [Read more...] about That Blonde and Sir Stirling – Now a Limited Edition Print
This was a self assigned photo shoot and feature for Historic Racer. Sometimes, you don't have the time to wait around for a magazine editor to give the nod, you've just got to go and do it. My good … [Read more...] about Lola F5000 Rattles The Windows
I thought you might like to hear about about this interesting Porsche 964 Carrera 2 I've just photographed and written about for Total 911 magazine. You can read the full feature in the latest issue, … [Read more...] about One Man’s Porsche
Can you take an aerial photo of my house? A very frequently asked question indeed. Although the majority of my work is for commercial clients and stock images, it's very easy to get an aerial photo … [Read more...] about Aerial Photo of Your House?