Portmeirion Day Trip

It’s a common theme, my adventurous trips to get away from it all. Yet, I can not stress the importance of taking a step back from my intense work life. Enjoy the world and life we are given. As the last couple of months has been a series of heavy deadlines mixed with a series ofContinue reading “Portmeirion Day Trip”

Theatre Photography Tips

There is nothing I like more than lying on the floor and not having to worry about things. Maybe my nihilist approach to life does have its benefits. The angle from the floor under theatre lights does something magical for me. Living by the 45-degree rule in photography and by application the rest of myContinue reading “Theatre Photography Tips”

Canon EOS 7dii Review

What an amazing outcome. After the untimely (but fixable) death of my Canon EOS 6d, I managed to acquire, one of the arguably best sports cameras Canon produce the Canon EOS 7dii. This update from the 7d has all the features the 7d had but is augmented to a modern platform. My review of theContinue reading “Canon EOS 7dii Review”

Visiting Bamburgh in Winter

A weekend away with no internet and good friends is something everyone should do throughout the year. Last time I was in the foggy Lake District with good friends and a rabbit. This time the escape took up right to the top of Northumberland in the seaside town of Seahouses. As well as visiting BamburghContinue reading “Visiting Bamburgh in Winter”

Welsh Border Castle Adventure

As a farewell to 2016, and a premier adventure of the Welsh Borders, Tom and myself took the a470 and a479 along the borders down to Chepstow to check out the historic sights. For a Welsh Border Castle Adventure. Being December, a lot of places aren’t open to the public but are still able toContinue reading “Welsh Border Castle Adventure”

Café Culture and the Continent

Winter days are always better with a good hot beverage. This goes across the world I am sure. Just a skip over the channel, the French do coffee properly. So here is my post on Café Culture and the Continent. More Normandy Posts here! If you’re more comfortable at home with your tea, out andContinue reading “Café Culture and the Continent”

Aquarium Photography Tips

I can not explain how much I love aquariums. Any size aquarium from the large sea life centres to smaller coastal centres and all those in between. I got to go to the Blue Planet Aquarium near Chester to try out some Aquarium Photography Tips. Of course, I took my camera along with me likeContinue reading “Aquarium Photography Tips”

American Football Sports Photography

Being an unconventionally British sport, American Football is steadily growing in popularity in the U.K. Mainly based at universities and community teams, the sport combines the best bits of speed, hard hits, and strategy. Taking photos of this sport is no different from other pitch sports, but note that it is more a of theContinue reading “American Football Sports Photography”

Gold Beach Landscape Photography

Gold Beach stretches along the Normandy coastline, famously harbouring Port Winston in the Second World War. And also of course being a British Landing Beach for D-Day. I love these beaches not just because of their incredible history, but also of their eerie stillness, flatness and their failure to not shine golden in the sun,Continue reading “Gold Beach Landscape Photography”

Lacrosse Sports Photography

After an action-packed first week of lectures, matches, cheer, and editing I can finally take a little extra time to reflect on my new experiences. This week with some Lacrosse Sports Photography. The University has many many sports teams from sports I’ve never heard of like Korfball to the more common sports such as FootballContinue reading “Lacrosse Sports Photography”

Sports Photography Netball Edition

Sports Season is back! Heading back inside with the onset of rain, wind, and cold brings new and exciting challenges to me as a photographer. Luckily I can move indoors, this time with my Sports Photography Netball Edition. Last week I photographed my first BUCS Netball game. From not playing netball since maybe my earlyContinue reading “Sports Photography Netball Edition”

Preparing for University Sports Season

Now that the ferocious partying of freshers has passed, it’s time to get back into the swing of things at university and knuckle down for the final year of my undergrad. Not its time to start Preparing for University Sports Season. This term I’ll be working with more sports teams and hopefully more events andContinue reading “Preparing for University Sports Season”

Phone vs. Camera

Today I decided to switch out my DSLR for using the camera on my smartphone. In a fun game of Phone vs. Camera. Phone vs. Camera I have an iPhone 5s. I had an accident with my iPhone 6 where the folding in half rumor actually came true. Looking up the specs on the appleContinue reading “Phone vs. Camera”

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