Month: February 2011

I came across a post the other day which got me thinking.  The author had made some personal observations about photography, and someone else had responded by starting a debate about whether digital photography was “real” photography, and further, was it ruining photography! Whilst it was a very polarised debate, it did make me start […]

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On a recent well-earned day off, just before Christmas, my wife and I decided to venture off to Brighton (about 50 miles east of Portsmouth, where I reside,  along the south coast).  I felt I had to take my camera with me as it would be too good an opportunity to miss.  The plan was to […]

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Is it just me, or does everyone find it difficult to keep actively taking photographs throughout the dark, damp winter months in England? When it snows, or when we are hit by a severe frost, we get inspired to grab our photo kit and head for the (scenic) hills. However, when it is raining, inertia […]

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