Clouds over New Jersey

Aug 9th


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Storm Clouds over New Jersey

… Just arrived in New Jersey this evening, and wanted to share the view of some spectacular cloudscapes visible from the cockpit as we descended towards Newark Liberty International Airport.  There were thunderstorms in the New Jersey area which made for a stunning view from the flight deck in the raking light of the evening […]


Aug 4th


CategoryPosted in Architecture
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Thoughts on the Sony Alpha NEX-7

Last weekend, I spent twenty-four hours in New York City.  It was a flying visit, literally and metaphorically, as I was visiting the city on a working trip as a commercial pilot. I had the Sony Alpha NEX-7 mirrorless camera with me together with a single lens, the Sony Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* E 24 […]


Jun 30th


CategoryPosted in Books & E-books
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Lightroom 5 – Up to Speed

If – like me – you are a user of Adobe Lightroom, you are probably aware that Adobe released Lightroom 5 earlier this month.  Unlike Lightroom 4, which featured a major overhaul of the processing engine giving significantly improved recovery of highlight and shadow detail amongst other improvements, Lightroom 5 at first sight appeared to […]

Fishing Boat at Dusk - Isle of Jura, Scotland

Jun 4th


CategoryPosted in Landscape
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Impressions of Jura

I recently returned from the remote and beautiful Isle of Jura, in the Scottish Inner Hebrides.  The trip was a prize in the ‘Community Spirit’ photography competition run by Jura Scotch Whisky which I wrote about here on the blog last year.  Together with the other two competition winners, Todd Winters from the U.S.A. (who […]

New Delhi Railway Station, India

Apr 29th


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New Delhi Railway Station

Last week, I was back in Delhi, and spent the afternoon shooting at New Delhi Railway Station.  New Delhi is the second-busiest railway station in India – and one of India’s largest. Over 300 trains each day pass its 16 platforms, and it handles around 360,000 passengers each day; it also has the largest route interlocking […]

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