Tag Archives: photography

Ava at six eight months

Ava is now a little less than eight months old. The pictures begin she was two months old (top left), then in the UK in May (top middle) and then back in Sweden (bottom row), in the last picture she is a little over seven months old. Ava is working on her standing at the [...]

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 [...]

driving the herd, with thanks to Eldhestar

Last summer whilst in Iceland I was invited along with some members of the Eldhestar tour company to ride with them while they drove a herd of loose horses from the field they had been grazing to a corral about 30km away. Now, I am able to ride a horse but I’m far from an [...]

JOI 2010, Åre

The Jon Olsson International 2010, a big air jibber jump contest setup by shiny toothed Swe free-styler Jon Olsson. These are some shots I made from the crowd (I had a 40D and a 70-200mm, what else was I meant to do ?). My particular favourite is the big J O himself (in the blue) [...]