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! 😉
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I use a polarising filter for a couple of reasons. Find out more by reading my blog.
I’m collaborating with Scott England of Web&Go https://webandgo.net/ and Paul Stinson of Hovaloft https://hovaloft.co.uk/ to provide high quality websites, videos and images that help businesses to promote their products and services.
I love doing these. I really enjoy helping people to understand the technical aspects of photography and get creative. It’s all about taking control of the camera and not leaving the result to chance. One of the benefits of this type of training is the instant, two way communication that takes place. It means that I can tailor the training specifically to the needs of the client. If you’re like me and learn best from talking to a real person and doing rather than reading through instruction manuals or looking at Youtube, I’d be happy to help.
I recently provided three designs for bespoke greetings cards for Stephen Dawson Financial Planning, one of which is below in the order of front of card, inside front and back of card, leaving the inside back of the card blank for handwritten messages.
I recently worked with Deb Leonard on a photoshoot for her business, Deb Leonard Tropic. At the planning session Deb talked me through some ideas and I added my suggestions.
I’d been meaning to do this for a while and finally got round to it last week. Shame I left the Ferrari in the garage 😉
This is the heron at Rivelin. Well I say the heron, I’ve only ever seen one so have assumed, probably naively, that it’s the same one but who knows!
I’m now offering a variety of greetings cards, all of which are blank for your own message and so can be used for any occasion.
It was a real stroke of luck that the hare was so inquisitive but if you sit quiet and still for long enough the amount of wildlife that comes to you can be remarkable.
There’s a steep field near us on which Wilf loves to do ‘Zoomies’, which is a term for when dogs run at top speed in largish circles because they’re happy, apparently. Wilf does these a lot, so I guess this must be a good thing.