A very pleasant late evening at Ladybower recently with Paul Stinson of Hovaloft.
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I was at the pop up on The Moor recently for Roundabout, the charity helping homeless young people in South Yorkshire.
On Higger Tor last week with Paul Stinson of Hovaloft for some photography/drone/video work.
I’ve added to my range of greetings cards. There are now thirty in total. They’re blank for your own handwritten message and so can be used for any occasion but you can also request that any message, text and/or logo be included.
A couple of shots from Friday evening, each with a two light setup. I was a bit like roadrunner on speed to be honest, I’m sure that sun goes down quicker when it knows you’re in a hurry 😉
Every business needs a website, and every website needs professional content to help it stand out as your window to the world.
I’m collaborating with Scott England of Web&Go and Paul Stinson of Hovaloft to provide high quality websites, videos and images that help businesses to promote their brand, products and services.
This is the sunrise that followed the predawn light in my previous post. The trick with landscape photography is to do your research and to get there early.
Thought I’d post this for no other reason than to hopefully brighten your day and to reassure you, if you needed it, that Northumberland is still out there😉.
Would you like more time to be able to concentrate on the areas of your business that you really enjoy?
Thank you to Veronica Broomes of Excel Property Partners for giving me the opportunity to guest on her series of podcasts entitled ‘Sheffield’s Hidden Gems’, talking about me and my business.
Depth of field (DOF) refers to how much of a picture is in sharp focus in front of, and beyond, the part of the picture you’ve focussed on. You can use it to guide your viewers eye to where you want them to look.
Well, when I say ‘anything’, I mean anything about photography. If you asked me to explain the principles of quantum mechanics there’d probably be a long silence followed by “Errr…” and you’d hear the frantic tapping of keys whilst I googled it! 😉