Oman – The simplicity and beauty – Capturing a far off land

It’s a long hot drive from Muscat (the coastal capital of Oman) to the town of Nizwa nestled amongst the Hajar Mountains. Driving across Oman’s barren stony interior, channelled by huge ‘wadis’ (dried-up river-beds which turn to raging rivers after heavy rains), the temperature slowly creeps from 30 to a steaming 35 degrees.

Photo Opportunities in Hadstock Village

This weekend we took a much awaited trip to visit friends in the pretty village of Hadstock on the borders of Essex and Cambridgeshire, in the district of Uttlesford.

Instructions for Installing the Canon Eg-D & Eg-S Focusing Screen

I believe owners of the Canon 5D Mark ii will all agree by now that it is probably one of the best all-rounder pro DSLR’s on the market. If you have an idea and the composition, the glass, and the drive then this camera is a tough puppy to better under any circumstances.  Like any […]

Hidden Treasures

Have you ever been all gung-ho about the prospects of a particular photo shoot, loaded up all your great equipment and set out with the very best of intentions only to have the whole thing fizzle out? Well, that about sums up how our day went on Sunday. The grey mood of the day seemed […]

Full Wolf Moon

Stepping out last night in time for the February Wolf Moon.  The name Wolf moon comes from Native American Indians. The moon is also known as the Old Moon, and the Celts called it the Moon of Ice which fits in nicely with the pagan description as the Snow Moon.  It was one of those […]