More often than not, I find myself hanging around various airports, bus stops, and train stations. Thankfully, the number of busses in there is pretty small comparatively, as I’m not their biggest fan. Also, when I say ‘hanging around’, I don’t mean in some sort of suspect way, but in a legitimate capacity as a […]Read more "Pictures in Transit"
For those not familiar with the world of WordPress, a WordCamp is a dedicated conference for developers and users of the open source software. This past weekend saw WordCamp London take place, just off of Holloway Road. I headed down by train on the Thursday night, in order to volunteer over the weekend. I can’t […]Read more "WordCamp London 2015"
The weekend gone past marked the 4th birthday of Abandon Ship Apparel – a Glasgow clothing company that has established a bit of a cult-like following in the time that it’s been around. I’ve known the ASA folks for a long time, and one of them even gave me the job as Cathouse photographer many […]Read more "Abandon Ship Apparel 4th Birthday"
March 2015 – Glasgow Hasselblad 500CM Ilford HP5 400 – Pushed to 800Read more "Friday Brewdog"
The Problem Backups are a constant problem for avid photographers. Even if you keep copies on external hard drives, you really need an off-site backup as well, incase there’s a fire or some other (far more likely) disaster like a disk failure. Personally, I keep numerous backups, one on a 4TB RAID external drive (spread […]Read more "Using Flickr for Backups"
This past week, me and Grace headed to London. I was heading down for a half-day conference on defamation law, and it worked out cheaper to go down for a few days and to stay at my aunts’ because of the way travel worked out. It was initially just meant to be me, but since […]Read more "London in Black and White (35mm)"
Gordon and Roberta had the usual crew of us round for some food to mark Gordon’s birthday the other week. As is to be expected, there was plenty of alcohol and cameras as well. G + R had an AirBnB guest from Poland staying with them for a while, who was working at the University […]Read more "A Night at Gordon and Roberta’s"