Street Tango in San Telmo, Buenos Aires. Argentina

Nov 20th


CategoryPosted in Argentina
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Tango in San Telmo

This week I have been in Buenos Aires. It is a fabulous time to visit: spring is in full swing, the Jacaranda trees are covered in purple flowers, the weather is balmy, and people spill out onto the streets outside the many cafes and bars in this vibrant South American city. One of the things […]

Adobe Photoshop tone curve

Nov 16th


CategoryPosted in Editing & Post-Processing
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The Curves Tool: Lightroom versus Photoshop

Lightroom’s editing capabilities are sufficient for 95% of my requirements – in other words, most of the time. However, one of the reasons I do find myself launching Photoshop is to use Photoshop’s Curves tool, as I find that the Curves tool within Lightroom is often not sufficient for my needs. Why? There are three main reasons...

From Kowloon to Hong Kong on the Star Ferry

Nov 9th


CategoryPosted in China
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A Postcard from Hong Kong

This week, I spent two days in "the world's most vertical city": Hong Kong. The first and last time I visited the city was about a year ago - also for just two days - and I remember being so wiped out by the combination of heat and humidity together with the eight-hour time-zone change that it was a struggle to find the energy to do very much other than wander the maze of streets, enjoy the frenetic atmosphere and sample some of the many great places to eat and drink. This time, I resolved to do better.

Troubled Water - Blackpool, England

Oct 28th


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A Weekend in Blackpool, England

I recently spent a great weekend in Blackpool, England, on a 'Creating Dramatic Images' workshop run by David Nightingale of Although I grew up in England, I have spent large parts of my adult life living abroad, and consequently there are numerous parts of Great Britain I have never visited: Blackpool and the Fylde Coast in the county of Lancashire in the North West of England being one of them. So as well as attending the workshop, I was looking forward to the opportunity of getting out in Blackpool and exploring the surrounding area.

Old Delhi, India

Oct 19th


CategoryPosted in India
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Street Photography in India

India is a fabulous place for photography – no more so than when it comes to its people.  Many Indians are more than happy to oblige if you ask to take their photograph, which makes for wonderful opportunities for impromptu street portraits.  In my experience, this is in stark contrast to the response you can […]

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