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1860 gown

I have never done a proper  day 1860 kit before –  yes, did ballgowns and bridal versions, but not day dresses – and not for me!   566 more words

Re-enactment

Naughtiness in Nottingham

A few weeks ago I had a good friend to stay so we decided to have a heritage day out in Nottingham. I haven’t been to Nottingham since I was 18, it was a birthday treat which I really enjoyed it so I thought it was high time to spend another day there. 762 more words

Heritage Tourism

An Epic Photo Shoot with an Epic Bunch of Vikings in Epping Forest

“One’s back is vulnerable, unless one has a brother”

from the Saga of Grettir the Strong

I recently had the pleasure of doing an amazing photo shoot with a group of Viking re-enactors in the fantastic setting of… 127 more words

Creative Use Of Photography

Encountering Moseley Old Hall

Just after I had returned from my visit to Packwood and Baddesley I was off to another Trust property, this time for a training day! 642 more words

Log

Vietnam, Vietnam

The New York Times has a fascinating clip from a longer documentary by Mike Attie and Meghan O’Hara called In Country, about a group in Oregon that re-enacts scenes from the Vietnam War: 334 more words

Film

The Assignment

When I used to read photographic magazines they all wrote about photographers going out on assignments. Some were domestic, some foreign, but all were exciting. There were photos to show what had been done and advertisements dotting the page to show what equipment you could buy to do the same thing. 468 more words

Photography

The Lucky Dip for Photographers

I am a little restricted with the work blog posts that I write as I am expected to sell products or services with each one –  for the benefit of the shop owners. 454 more words

Photography