In September we took a week off in Santorini and I decided to leave the film behind and give the Nikon D600 another outing. I haven’t really used this camera much since I upgraded last year and it was starting to really bother me, given that it is a great performer on pretty much all fronts. Continue reading
So the mystery holiday destination was Malta. We spent most of our time in Valetta, which provided by far the best atmosphere and shooting conditions. I highly recommend it if you’re into street photography and crusty architecture.
This trip was a leap of faith for a few reasons … Continue reading
I thought it was time I stopped making excuses and started posting pictures. These are from Auckland, New Zealand, taken with my girfriend’s D7000 after a night out. Let me know what you think. Continue reading
Thanks to some truly awful weather in London today, I’m almost done with the Paris pics. There is a ‘day 4′, but they’re mostly personal travel snaps that I won’t publish here.
After trudging round Paris all afternoon and evening with a tripod on my back and failing to use it even once, I decided to give it a miss on day two. This was, of course, a mistake. Continue reading
Day one of shooting in Paris and we had to get a bit of the standard sightseeing out of the way. Unfortunately that meant huge, imperial avenues and not a lot of original material in the architecture department. Eiffel Tower, anyone? Continue reading
This is the first frame from four days in Paris last weekend. I had every intention of cranking through the rest today but it’s just too darn sunny out there to be stuck inside glued to Lightroom. Sorry Paris, you’ll have to wait. Continue reading