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Recent happenings from the Studio

Woodland Workshop I’ve spoken in the past about how stepping out of ones comfort zone and doing something completely different, call it continuous professional development (CPD)

sculpture

Sculpture in the Garden During the daytime I work about 9 miles outside Swindon on the edge of a lovely little Oxfordshire village. The type of village which forms a string of villages all joined by

Swindon Open Studios

My recent ventures into the Digital Art world has got me thinking about creating pieces of artwork to sell as an addition source of revenue. This then led to the inevitably obvious questions of: How do I

One of the exercises in my new PhotoArtistry course is Fingers Exercises. The title is a little misleading as it has absolutely nothing to do with fingers or exercising 🙂 The object of the finger exercise

As you all know, I am predominantly a macro photographer with a passion for flowers and insects and occasionally dabbling in Photoshop. In the past I used the odd texture to make the background

There are occasions where you don’t want to add a mount to an image but still give the illusion of one being there. This can be done in Photoshop by extending the size of the canvas to create

Associate Qualification – Creative Category I’ve been a member of the Royal Photographic Society since 2010 and gained my Licentiate a few months later. In the past year I have become the organiser for the Distinctions

In the previous 6 posts I have looked at reasons why you should aim for a photography qualification, how to select, print and panel your images, how to create a hanging plan and write a statement of intent, and what

Writing a Statement of Intent The Statement of Intent is like a  personal statement. It’s your opportunity to tell the Assessment panel what your submission is about and to detail the purpose, objective or intent of your work.