There’s No Integrity Left

In This Week’s Post Exhausted in Spain. There’s no integrity left. Shooting film. Online Photography Club Update. Video of the Week. Exhausted in Spain This is supposed to be a weekly newsletter, so please accept my apologies for missing last week’s issue. I was working at a photography conference in Spain. Whilst I had every […] Continue Reading >

Should All Photographers Do YouTube?

In This Week’s Post Should All Photographers Do YouTube? The End of Polar Bear Photography in Svalbard? Video of the Week (Only 151 views). Read Time: 6 Minutes Should All Photographers Do YouTube? This year will be my 10th year on YouTube. I can’t believe it. 10 years ago, nobody knew my name and my […] Continue Reading >

Do You Ever Regret Going Out?

In This Week’s Post Oops – a message from My Company. How important is EXIF data? Have you ever regretted going out with your camera? Northern Spain in April. Video of the week. Read Time: 4 Minutes An Email from ‘My Company’ – Oops. Last week, I sent my newsletter twice. The first email showed […] Continue Reading >

DJI Pocket 3 Love/Hate

In This Week’s Post My favourite Pallas Cat image received a critique. They might be right. There are still a couple of places left on my Svalbard Trip. I hate my new DJI Pocket 3. It’s so good, but I don’t like it. Video of the Week. Read Time: 4 minutes To see larger versions, […] Continue Reading >

Svalbard MK II

In This Week’s Post Assumptions Are the Mother of All F*** Ups. Svalbard MK II Some Words of Wisdom I’ve Started Crossfit Video of the Week Read Time: 3 Minutes Snow Leopard Assumptions After photographing a Snow Leopard on day 1 of my Mongolia trip, as we had barely disembarked our airplane, I made the […] Continue Reading >

10 Must Have Items to Took to Iceland

In This Blog10 Items that Helped me in Iceland.My Recommended YouTube Video of the Week. Read Time: 9 Minutes 1 – Fjällräven Vidda Pro Trousers I have a wealth of expensive outdoorsy jackets, a collection of hiking boots big enough to sustain an army, more rucksacks and camera bags than one man could ever need, […] Continue Reading >

Photographing Iceland From the Air.

April has been jam packed with photography adventures including some beautiful hiking in the Lake District in glorious weather, being blindsided by a spring snowstorm and conquering my fear of flying by taking to the air in a 4-seater light aircraft. In April, I took to the skies over Iceland to photograph the beautiful river […] Continue Reading >