And so, we come to my favourite camera, the jewel in my photography crown (my cheap blue rucksack). It's one of a limited run of 1000 "Explorer Nocturne" Diana F+ cameras made by Lomographische AG, based on the Great Wall Plastic Factory's original Diana box camera, a cheap camera (mostly sold as a novelty item or even… Continue reading What’s in my camera bag? Part 4: Diana F+
The second podcast in my six-part series, On Tattoos, has just gone live on Anchor, iTunes, and Google Play. This week I discuss some of the key considerations I would suggest one gives a little thought before committing to getting tattooed. If you are currently debating getting tattooed yourself, let me know your own considerations and/or… Continue reading Podcast: On Tattoos 2/6 – Pros and Cons(iderations).
The next item I'll be going into depth on is my digital camera, the very compact Canon Powershot A590IS. I much prefer shooting analogue photos, particularly 120 film, but there are times a digital camera is the more appropriate choice. Some of the more obvious benefits of going digital include: quickly, cheaply, and easily accessing,… Continue reading What’s in my camera bag? Part 3: Canon Powershot A590IS
The first podcast in a six-part series, On Tattoos, has just gone live on Anchor, iTunes, and Google Play. Check out the gallery below to see my tattoos as I tell the stories of getting them and discuss their meanings in the podcast. My first tattoo, a dragon with cherry blossom by Kanae. My second… Continue reading Podcast: On Tattoos 1/6 – My tattoos and their meanings.
The first piece of kit that I'll be covering in-depth is my action camera (or "GoPro" as many have taken to referring to any camera in the category, much like we hear talk of "Hoovers", "Jacuzzis", "Q-tips", "Rollerblades", "Post-Its"... Anyway, I digress), the only camera in my kit that I tend not to use at… Continue reading What’s in my camera bag? Part 2: Akaso EK7000 action cam
Like many people, I like to carry a bag with me almost everywhere I go. Beyond being pretty handy for carrying reading materials on long train journeys, a raincoat (oh the joys of living in Blighty), or stowing away purchases while out shopping, my favourite rucksack (with its well hidden laptop slip, very large central… Continue reading What’s in my camera bag? Part 1: Overview
My first full-length podcast has just gone live on Anchor (and, subject to distribution times, tonight or tomorrow on iTunes and Google Play)! And, as soon as Anchor's embed feature gets whitelisted by WordPress (or I discover an alternative way to embed my audio without uploading it to both sites separately), will be posted straight here so… Continue reading Blogcast Episode 1: Starting a Podcast (with Anchor)