In August last year, a group of us went to Mexico for a week, to look at improving elements of the WordPress.com Terms of Service. We had originally planned to head over to Europe somewhere, but since the majority were from the USA (and a big slant towards the West Coast), we opted for a […]Read more "Mexico – 35mm"
Jura is an island famous for its single malt whisky of the same name. It’s just off from Islay, and you need to catch a 5 minute boat to get to it. Unlike Islay, the whisky from the single distillery there isn’t smokey at all. We decided to take a trip over since we were […]Read more "Jura"
My pal Jenn just got back from Australia, so we met up for a quick chat last week over lunch. She needed a new picture for something as well, so it seemed as good excuse as any to bring along a couple of cameras. There’s some film shots off getting processed as we speak – […]Read more "Park Portraits"
I love taking portraits, and used to take far more than I do now. Rather than just being satisfied by getting candid pictures when out with friends, I’d make a point of organising to meet up with someone where the main purpose was to take some portraits. This was always viewed a bit strangely by […]Read more "Heather Campbell"
The past year I’ve been lucky enough to get the chance to travel a lot. This has led us to a whole host of amazing places, including around three months spent living in the capital city of Greece: Athens. Athens is a place I’ve had a fascination for ever since we would go out to […]Read more "Practical Street Photography Tips"
A number of people recently have asked what kind of camera I would recommend they get. The requirements are usually pretty simple: something small, easy to use, but which has great quality and can be powerful if need be. Erk, is that all, aye? Usually, it’s a question that I hate. I don’t really keep […]Read more "My Favourite Compact Camera: The Sony RX100"
Just over two weeks ago, me and Grace finally got married in front of our friends and family in the small fishing village of Crail, on the East Coast of Scotland. People asked why we chose to go somewhere that seemed so far out of the way (even though it isn’t really), and the answer’s […]Read more "Getting Married"