Category Archives: Photography

The formats are dead, long live the formats

For some years now I’ve been concerned, distressed even, about the loss of ‘the formats’. Where a professional photographer shooting film would have likely had a number of different formats of camera to shoot different types of images; a 35mm for fast action and unobtrusive documentary, medium format for portraits and more controlled images, a [...]

Photography’s Evolving Tools. Introduction

This is the introduction to a short series of articles discussing my ideas about the developments of photographic tools in the last fifteen years. I’m pretty much “Yay digital!” all the time. I’ve been shooting pics for almost twenty years, and teaching others how to do it for the last nine. I learnt photography the [...]