Category Archives: Musings


Surviving Photographing In Extremely Cold Conditions – Part 2

I don’t profess to be an expert on these matters and the comments below are purely my opinion, but after 5 trips to the arctic, I feel I do have a handle on what works […]


Buyer Beware

As a landscape photographer, I rarely use long lens, in fact I’m very conscious that I don’t even use my 70-200 lens as often as I should, but I do have a number of projects […]


Bluebell Heaven

The weather’s gone totally haywire this year and the seasons seem to be out of kilter; this meant spring ran very late and we were still chasing bluebells in early June. We ended up visiting […]


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 […]