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Ending a Chapter

I finished up at the office today. It’s such a strange feeling to know that I won’t be returning there next week… or the following week… or the one after that… 236 more words


December Twilight

I was moving the bins when returning from work one night.
Looking down my street, I saw the light fading & made a mad dash inside to grab my camera. 33 more words


Olympus Legacy lenses

I recently discovered Olympus legacy lenses to work on my E-M5. Ok I’m a bit late to the party here and some photographers have been using them for years, but if you shoot Olympus micro four thirds and you fancy trying something a bit different that won’t cost you a fortune, this is the way forward. 398 more words


New on 500px : Camilla by klythawk by klythawk

Camilla, the resident black swan at Cowlick Park, Nottingham.

Please press H & M for a nicer view. Thanks for looking, John.

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The Perfect Off Camera Flash Setup?

I’d never heard of the Hong Kong manufacturer Cactus until I attended this years Societies Convention at the Hilton Metropole, Edgware Road in London. Not only was their UK distributor at the trade show demonstrating the product but they were also mentioned favorably by a couple of photographers whose talks I attended including… 623 more words



I’m not a car person – I don’t even drive! – but I don’t mind photographing them. As a non-driver, I suppose I appreciate cars for their aesthetic value. 330 more words


Olympus Lighting Workshop at Fotofilia

Readers of this blog will know I’m something of an Olympus aficionado having converted to the OM-D lineup of cameras almost two years ago now. It was great to discover therefore that Olympus have set up their West Midlands training academy in Birmingham, close to where I live, at the… 338 more words