On photography and travel
When I started writing last month’s article, it was going to be about the process of shooting black and white. Then the backstory ran away and discovered a life of its own. I’d mentioned in passing that I shoot in the black and white film simulation so there’s no color in the electronic viewfinder. This month, I’m going to expand on that – how I set my camera up for this purpose.
On domestic blindess, monochrome and continual improvement
On keeping true.
On shooting landscapes… when you’re not sure how.
Throughout February, I found myself making pictures very close to people. For someone who is a fan of respectful distances and personal space, this is not normal.
Marking a half decade with the brand that changed my life for real.
The other day’s problem of New Post notifications for old posts? Deftly solved by the WordPress Support team. So here’s a photo of a boy with a happy emoji mask from earlier this year. No one should have received 600 emails telling you about “new” posts. If you did though, please let me know in…
Yes you read that headline right. And if my site notifications haven’t gone to your spam folder, this might be the explanation you’re after…. or not. Fingers crossed.
On a talk I gave a talk for Norwegian photo retailer Foto.no, about heading about travelling around the world with my camera