What we leave behind

In recent weeks I was asked to help prepare a showreel for a family members funeral. Although I would have met him sometime ago as a child I don’t actively remember meeting him, although have some memories of meeting his wife. The lady was my great aunty Barbara and the deceased family member in turnContinue reading “What we leave behind”

Life and News

A couple of years ago I began a thought process surround the relationship between Life, Death and Photography and began gathering various images to supplement my thoughts and feelings surrounding it. Photography has a responsibility to show, wherever possible, the truth.  To throw off the rose tinted glasses and to show the world in allContinue reading “Life and News”

Shooting a time-lapse

Set is key: Set up your camera on a tripod and frame the shot you would like, just as if you were setting up for a single photograph.  Set the camera to Aperture Priority (A on a Nikon or Av on a Canon), this will mean the camera sets the shutter speed depending on theContinue reading “Shooting a time-lapse”

Fort Blockhouse Officers Mess

Recently when working for a new client I was quite privileged to photograph two Regimental Sergeant Major ‘Dine Outs’ in a row.  To the uninformed these are basically retirement parties for individuals who have spent a very large portion of their life serving in the army, the first was 23 years of service and theContinue reading “Fort Blockhouse Officers Mess”