I’ve noticed that every now and again something happens, sometimes good and sometimes bad, that takes you on an unexpected photographic journey. It is happening to me more and more frequently recently and taking me on some totally unexpected routes.
The gorgeous, sumptuous pinks of the Magnolia tree. Taken at Batsford Arboretum on 18th April 2014
A really soggy start to the New Year continued into a wet February and the need for something new, fresh and a little different was needed for me to focus on. After the success of the Macro Insects webinar at the end of January, on behalf of The Photographer Academy, I started receiving questions about what plants
Just catching up on some images and found this one of some hellebores glowing in the sun, must have been one of the few days in February we didn’t get any rain!
It looks like the weather has finally taken a turn for the better and things are really starting to bloom in the garden, including these little Forget-Me-Nots, Myosotis.
Ignorance is no excuse when it comes to copyright You will never completely prevent someone from stealing your images if they are hell-bent on doing so but you can throw up many deterrents to confuse the chancers – sorry but … ignorance is no excuse when it comes to copyright!
Snowdrop colour palette – taken at Colesbourne Park. Even the simplest of images contain so many colours.
A brightly coloured image of a Comma Butterfly, Polygonia c-album, to get the Colour Palette ball rolling.
Protecting On-line Images: As photographers we rely on our images to showcase our artwork in the hope of enticing more clients and increasing our sales and in today’s technological age the main medium are via a website, social media site like Facebook or an on-line internet gallery such as FlickR or 500px. But its all under