Freelance Photographer
Durham, UK

Posts Tagged ‘analysis’

Choosing a Canon 70-200mm lens

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

I’ve recently been through a very difficult buying decision and I’ve read that it’s one which many Canon shooters face – which 70-200mm lens should I buy?  If you search on this subject, the internet is full of opinions, but I found many didn’t help me to make my choice.  The bottom line is – it’s a completely personal choice, noone can really tell you which to choose and you need to decide for yourself.  So why am I writing a post about it, then?!  I thought I would share the factors that influenced my choice in case the thought process I went through helps anyone else make their decision.  More after the jump… (more…)

Look behind you!

Friday, October 15th, 2010

With panto season fast approaching, it’s time to get in the swing…oh no it isn’t.  I’ll explain myself after the jump…


Durham Photo Project

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

As I pointed out in my “About this blog” page, I think there are always things to learn about photography.  For me, a big part of that learning involves reviewing what I’ve already done, whether that’s the success (or otherwise) of an individual photo or the content of a series of pictures.

So hands up who’s spotted the obvious omission from my portfolio…


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