Is my most uses lens holding me back creatively? The Fuji 18-135mm zoom is so useful and provides great quality that my 'better' lenses are staying at home. I think I should change this.Read More
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I had a brilliant time selling my art prints at Cutler's Hall in December 2017 for Etsy Made Local.Read More
I am delighted to say that my image The Explorers has been commended in the Take A View Landscape Photographer of The Year Awards 2017, in the Living The View category. The image will be in included in the awards book and exhibition in London.Read More
I am delighted to say that the above photograph by Dan Cook 'Guard of Honour' has been shortlisted in the 2017 British Photography Awards (Landscape Category).Read More
Discovering the power of a Plotagraph to add something magical to your photography.Read More
Short thoughts looking back a year to a distressing walk out in the Peak District with the Fuji X100T and some daisy love.Read More
The Fuji X100F is a miracle of a camera. Here are five reasons why you need this camera in your life. The ultimate compact creative creature to push your photography in new directions while maintaining professional quality.Read More
A bank holiday trip to Bristol Zoo gardens saw me take my go too 'family day out' setup of the 18-135mm zoom lens and the 60mm macro F2.4 lens. A little review and some pretty animals.Read More
How I edited my Fuji X-T2 camera images on the go with VSCOCam app and why I love the results.Read More
Stanage Edge is one of the Peak District's most interesting landscapes. Yet I find it a difficult location to photograph in an original way. Here's a few ideas I wanted to share.Read More