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I love to shoot fine art images. But, alas, I'm not in a place where I can life off of selling fine art images alone (nor am I sure that's a route I'll ever go down full-time). So in order to make shooting fine art...

It's a conversation I have often. Someone will ask me if there's room in the market for yet another full-time photographer. After all - everyone has a camera these days. Do we really need professional photographers? And what are the prospects for being a full-time...

It can be tough knowing what to photograph during lockdown if you're usually more into photographing landscapes or people. But there are plenty of things around your house that you can photograph if you start looking at them with a photographer's eye. Anything can become...

Each month I write a newsletter for photography competitions, awards, and bursaries. This is the edited highlights of April's newsletter, which you can view in it's original format here. Hey friends! Tough times, right? I hope you're keeping well and the lockdown has not been catastrophic for...

It's funny where you get inspiration sometimes. I've been thinking a fair bit over these last few weeks about art created in the face of hardship, or art created about catastrophe. This painting, The Raft of the Medusa stuck in my mind. This piece by...

Each Polaroid close-up filter punches well above its weight in terms of the creativity and utility that they add to my photography go-bag. They are a mainstay of my photography kit. They live in my camera kit ready to help me shoot creatively when I'm...

Yes, I know. I'm shamelessly borrowing the title of the book I wrote about a few days ago. But I wanted to talk a bit more about art photography and why it doesn't have to subscribe to ideals of technical precision. There is, of course, a...