Category Archives: Musings


How Much Resolution Is Enough?

I like to watch the “rockumentories” on BBC 4, the stories are invariably fascinating and the programs are really well put together. Add in some great archive film footage to document these stories, but it’s […]


Is Photoshop Cheating?

I was watching a “rockumentory” about the Pogues song – “A Fairytale of New York” and I was struck by the amount of process that was required to “engineer” and produce this track. The final […]


Janet’s favourite twelve images of 2020

There is a trend these days for my photography friends to post their most popular images from the past year. That’s OK but it doesn’t always mean they are your personal favourites. I decided to […]


Light At The End Of The Tunnel

With the onset of the “lockdown” in April, the world for many of us simply closed down and we saw our turnover plummet. Then to make matters worse, as some galleries prepared to close their […]


Are We About To Witness The Death Of The DSLR?

Once again, these views are entirely my own and this piece is aimed to provoke discussion, so you are quite welcome to disagree with me if you wish. Way back in 2018, I wrote a […]


Early Work

  I’m sure like us, many of you have had the same irritating comment when you are exhibiting your work. “That’s a nice photo, what camera did you use?” So, the questioner is always disappointed […]