Photography is, and always will be, subjective by nature. What one person finds inspirational, may leave another totally untouched. This article showcases some very simple compositions and discusses the power of simplicity. Continue reading The Power of Simplicity
Photography Life just published a new article, Photographing Water Birds in Winter. Readers who would like to view the article can use the link provided.
When I looked out of the window this morning I was greeted by a dull, grey day. My spirits immediately lifted – what a perfect time for an overcast birds-in-flight test with my Nikon 1 V3!
Like most folks, from time to time I like to review my camera gear and its current utilization rate, as well as anticipate my future needs. I recently did such a review which resulted in some changes with my Nikon 1 kit. Continue reading Some changes with my Nikon 1 kit
This article outlines some of the things that many Nikon 1 owners would like to see from Nikon. Since 2017 is the Nikon 100th anniversary it will be interesting to see if any Nikon 1 developments materialize. Continue reading Nikon 1 wishes during 100th Anniversary
As regular readers will know I’m not much of a ‘tech-head’ when it comes to camera gear. Whatever gear that a person happens to choose is simply that – a choice based on their specific needs. My basic belief is that small technical differences between gear are basically irrelevant. Every piece of camera gear comes with some sort of trade-off and as long as we consider those trade-offs in our decision process, we’ve done the best job we can selecting our equipment. What works for one person may not for the next. What is critical is the importance of knowing your gear, regardless of what it may be. Continue reading The importance of knowing your gear
I had a quick look at CIPA statistics today which now include November 2016. Over the past three months there has been a bit of a recovery in the fixed lens camera market. As a result Nikon DL prospects look better than they did a few months ago. Continue reading DL prospects look better
Our friends at Mirrorlessons.com have just published a Guest Post that I wrote for them, Touring New Zealand with Nikon Mirrorless. Readers who would like to read this article can use the link provided.
I can hardly believe that it has been 2 years since I started this photography blog. In some ways it feels a lot longer (in a good way) and in others it seems like this journey has just begun. I would like to extend a sincere “Year 2 Thank You” to each and every reader for your ongoing support. Continue reading Year 2 Thank You
If you have the opportunity to visit New Zealand one of the things that you will discover about the people is their engaged and creative approach to life. While in the Catlins area of the South Island my wife discovered a very unusual public restroom. The children at the Catlins Area School had decorated it with unique art pieces, each demonstrating aspects of New Zealand life. Continue reading Catlins Area School Restroom Art