I've been trying a new film stock.
Home scanning 35mm film, the quest for cheaper analogue photography, and bringing the past back to life
Getting into the details of my own analogue revival.
You can never go back, they say. But next week I am doing exactly that.
I've long felt that there is a distinct eeriness to the landscape of Lincolnshire, but it took me a while to put my finger on it.
Warning: post contains gratuitous pictures of baby animals.
A quiet, cold spring, but with plenty of standout moments.
Owls, roe deer, warblers, and more.
In March 2020, I took a leap of faith and switched camera systems to the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III. A year and several thousand frames later, here's how it has helped me to grow as a photographer.
Wildlife, sunshine, frost, mist, and favourite local views If 2020 has been the year of keeping it local, then my New Year’s Eve walk has reinforced that theme. I have walked through the Gunby parkland hundreds of times over the last few years and at least 200 times this
Connections, light, and learning: a look at the best of my wildlife and landscape photography this year. In the past I’ve sometimes selected five top images from the year. It’s a useful exercise, but this year I’ve failed to narrow it down anywhere near as tightly. I