So I will confess to not having spent much time on updating my photography blog – sorry! and while there is very little positives from the Coronavirus lock-down, it has meant that I have spent more time with my family and had some time to update my blog. So a few nights ago, I thought
Dad and I were bored and Mum wanted us out of the house so she could get on with her marking and studies. So we decided to grab our cameras and tripods and go out for a photography walk. We drove to a Country Park, about 15 minutes from where we live, sorted out our
So my Dad has been teaching me some photography – but he is always busy at work! I have found one of the books on his bookshelf called “Stunning Digital Photography” by Tony Northrup and in it are links to videos and there is also a YouTube channel. Tony and Chelsea are funny and they
So I have started Secondary School and this weekend’s homework was to produce some “food art”……..I was so excited and I told Mum and Dad, who were not so excited. Anyway, today I made a mess with Dad, making a volcano scene using some Lego figures and some food (broccoli, mash potato, baked beans, porridge
I probably should have typed this one first, but have already put another post up and now looking at my site, I thought I should let you know how this all started. My dad has always been a keen photographer and has taken photos of weddings and events for a long time. I used to
My first “lesson” in photography – aperture. So it was a lovely sunny evening and Mum & Dad suggested we took a trip to the seaside – firstly for fish and chips on the beach and secondly to bring my camera along. So off we set to a very quiet but wonderful beach called Greatstone.