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During lockdown we’ve had a new theme to shoot for on our camera club’s Facebook page, to keep us inspired to create new images. This week’s macro/close up…

Henri’s mission for today was to go on safari in our garden, hoping to see some big cats. He was thrilled to see some black panther eyes, shining brightly…

Henri, my little Lego photographer accompanied me to Alsa Woods this morning for a spot of bluebell hunting. I was astonished on Sunday to realise these woods…

On the suggestion of a friend, my little Lego photographer now has a name – Henri! It seemed appropriate as a tribute to Henri Cartier-Bresson. We took a little…

In my bid to extract every last photographic possibility from my tulip I focused today on the stem and the final petal. With a piece of tissue paper over the…

Our rescued tulip has continued its demise today, with three of the petals giving way to gravity. I thought I’d take a different approach with it this time,…

While I’ve been able to get out and about with my camera on the pretext of exercising I’ve kept my prime lens project in mind, shooting some of the time with my…

We’ve been behind much of Europe for several weeks, but finally Great Britain is in a lockdown of sorts. For those with crucial jobs, life goes on as before,…

The war photographer Robert Capa once said “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough” – a concept I took to heart during a stroll around…

In an effort to finish off my two rolls of Ilford FP4 film for the Twitter ‘FP4Party’ I took a gentle stroll around Saffron Walden this afternoon. Inside the…

Lucy has several spots where she habitually snoozes at various times during the course of each day. Today though she broke her usual routine in order to soak up…

It’s amazing what you come across on social media sometimes… on this occasion a Twitter account called FP4Party. As Ilford FP4 is one of my favourite film…

I’ve been intending to visit Epping Forest for over six years now, but somehow have previously never done more that just drive through it. Today I put that…

In an effort to recalibrate my eyes to working at 75mm this month I took a stroll around Saffron Walden this afternoon, with just this one lens. I’m keen to try…

Having shot at 15mm for much of January I’ve leapt to a different extreme for February, using my 75mm lens for my Prime Lens Project. This morning I popped over…

With a few hours to spare before I started my course today I took a gentle drive along the Somerset coast, taking photos when I stopped. Just before lunch I…

For several years now I’ve hankered after an Olympus XA, an iconic rangefinder camera released in 1979. The camera has acquired a cult status in recent years…

When I popped round to see my friend Alan today his dog Marley was happily ensconced in front of the television, taking a closer look at the programme being…
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