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I’ve been trying to find ways to take more creative photos this year, partly through the daily pinhole project I did in January. While I’m not shooting pinhole…

It may have felt like a very long winter, but there’s nothing better to make you feel spring might just be on its way than the sight of a carpet of snowdrops.…

Our camera club was back in action this week, with a talk by Glenys Garnett about some of her creative photography techniques. She told us all about using…

It’s been a while since I spent any time photographing insects, so I made them the focus of my attentions during a stroll through the gardens at Audley End.…

Much as I enjoy my Monday morning strolls around the gardens at Audley End I just couldn’t get inspired today. I found some beautiful colour in the walled…

I have certain film stocks which I shoot with regularly because they’re modestly priced and I like the results. Occasionally though I find a special offer on a…

I’ve spent some time this week catching up on digitising my recent film negatives, including these from a visit to Audley End a couple of weeks ago. On that…

My weekly visit to Audley End started under leaden skies this morning. I’d already decided to go digital today, using just one prime lens and the rain persuaded…

I made my now weekly visit to Audley End this morning, this time with the aim of doing some pinhole photography. I shot a single roll of film, but in between…

Since Audley End has reopened I’ve taken the liberty of booking a visit there each week, with the intention of following a different photographic path each time…

I’ve come to the conclusion that once you’ve shot with a medium format film camera it rather spoils you for anything else. This is the same whether I shoot on…

Last week I took my pinhole camera over to Audley End to get my fix of slow photography. Knowing I planned to shoot mostly in the laundry and kitchens I loaded…

It’s nearly a year since I stopped creating and posting new photos every day and, while it’s been liberating, I’ve recently felt the need to get out with my…

It seems perverse, but there’s something so relaxing about watching bees going about their work. I spent an hour or two in the gardens at Audley End this…

I’ve been using my Olympus Trip 35 for a while now and I enjoy its no nonsense, simple design. With a choice of just two shutter speeds (1/40 and 1/200 of a…

I needed a couple of photos to illustrate a concept for an article I’m writing today so I popped over to Audley End to find a suitable subject. It didn’t take…

I recently bought a new memory card and extra battery for my camera, ready for our trip to Le Mans, I wanted to give them both a spin today, just to make sure…
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