For anyone who is contemplating switching to OS Lion and has been delaying this update. Due to the many negative reviews or for fear of losing important software. I have decided to post my experience with testing the new OS on a separate drive. This is by no means meant to be a definitive guide, … Read More
I had the opportunity earlier this year to work with a great British ceramic designer Indigo Moss. Taking photographs of a small sample of new designs for their website.
An interesting profile of photographer Andreas Gursky by director Ben Lewis. Ben Lewis – Gursky World from TofuTasties on Vimeo.
This post is for anyone who is searching for the hash # key on an apple keyboard. Hold down the “alt/option” key then press “3” If you don’t get a hash appear when you press alt > 3; open the Keyboard Viewer (you will find this on the top right of your screen next to the … Read More
Over the last twelve months the NHS National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) undertook a large photography project to update its library of clinical healthcare images for use across its nationwide network. The NIHR commissioned me to work on this project which involved photoshoots at 8 locations across the UK. With more locations and photo … Read More
There are many Depth of Field apps available for the iphone but this one is unique. Phocus has the ability to calculate depth of field based on selecting your optimum aperture or minimum and maximum focus distance. These options are useful for composing images where focus is critical between two key areas or where you … Read More
This is an interesting video for anyone interested in testing their visual awareness. Fascinating blog from the authors.