Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station Battersea Power Station is without a shadow of doubt, an iconic structure. I remember when I first laid eyes on it ten years ago, wondering how such a large building could be constructed from bricks. As it happens it’s the largest brick building in Europe, quite a feat. …

Box Freestone Mine

Box Freestone Mine, Wiltshire Box Freestone Mine is one of those places that I’d wanted to visit for a long time before I got round to it. When I finally did I barely took a single photo, witnessing the place itself was a whole lot more awe inspiring than any …

Prime Lenses: 8 Reasons Why I Use Them

Prime lenses have formed the staple of my camera kit for the last few years now. People are often surprised when they find this out, most compact cameras have zoom lenses and most DSLR kit lenses are zooms too. Zoom lenses have become the norm. The convenience of having a …

Mark & Siobhain, Wedding Photography in Bedfordshire

Wedding Photography Wedding Photography for Mark & Siobhain It’s not every day that you get to photograph a wedding in such an intimate and personal venue as Moretyne Manor. As soon as I saw the place I loved it as much as Mark and Siobhain clearly did. Their big day had …

Photographing Sewers

Photographing Sewers I’ve never done a “how I got the shot” blog post before. I think the only time I’ve explained the process behind a photograph I’ve taken was at the Professional Photographer of the Year 2013 awards. Of course, I didn’t expect this so had nothing prepared! But anyway, …

Photographing the Sky at Night, The Basics

Sky at Night Introduction Looking up at a cloudless sky at night, you’d be forgiven for thinking the vivid display of light is easy to photograph. A vast array of celestial objects revealing themselves to the naked eye. To some extent the sky at night is easy to photograph, it’s …