Weather protection saves the day

Heading to Richmond in Yorkshire on Saturday morning to photograph a parade of the Royal Irish Rangers Association, who have ties with this area since their formation here some 40 years ago I knew the weather was going to be bad – the local radio was saying scattered heavy showers, and a severe weather warningContinue reading “Weather protection saves the day”

Hey Man, What’s in the Bag..?

Photographers love talking about their kit! Cameras, lenses, bags, pouches, flashes, filters….on it goes….Over the years some tend to accumulate enough camera bags and pouches to supply Jessops if they had to. Money is spent on buying this stuff, money that could well be spent on other things – food for example, and yet despiteContinue reading “Hey Man, What’s in the Bag..?”

What makes the grass grow?

I recently photographed young Infantry recruits from the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire as they went through bayonet training as part of the syllabus of training that all recruits go through at the training centre. This was my first attempt at incorporating both stills and ‘real time’ audio into a multimediaContinue reading “What makes the grass grow?”