What seems like a very long time ago, a neat little rangefinder camera called the Zorki 4 found its way into my eager young hands - and there began a lifelong love for photography. Although I am still waiting for a digital Zorki (that doesn’t cost the price of a small car!) things have certainly moved on a pace since then. Digital technology has not only revolutionised the way a photographer creates and develops images, but also how they publish their work - hence the outpouring of photographic content via the Internet.
Photoblogs in particular have proliferated, offering a ready outlet for those with something visually creative to say. Some photoblogs concentrate on fine art, with inspiring insights into post processing techniques; some are everyday diary based journals that provide a view into the photographer's life and locale; others are a photographic record of travel and adventure. Each may have a different take on the photoblog concept but each has a story to tell. It might be a story you can find in a single image or group of images, or it might be a theme running across the entire site.
So here then is my contribution to the online digital photoscape, an introduction if you like to the considered and somewhat deliberate view of reality I see through my lens. There may well be a narrative here somewhere, although I was actually quite a long while pondering why I should make a photoblog and what it might say. As I collated and edited the first batch of images however, I soon realised a photoblog can be an extremely useful project development environment. As new ideas emerge and new themes arise, so the blog provides a revealing road map of where I am going and how I am getting there. Which is great fun for me, and I really hope you will enjoy the story too - at least as much as I am enjoying the telling of it!
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Prints: Hold the front page - prints are on their way! Fotomoto messed up their service so I now have to go find another print fulfilment partner - or spend a few pounds (quite a few!) and get that beautiful professional printer I really fancy and print them myself. If I printed the images myself you would get a signed and numbered edition print, beautifully crafted by me personally - I very much like that idea, but it would obviously cost more than a mass produced (although excellent) print from a print lab. If you have any thoughts then please do drop me a line here firstname.lastname@example.org and I will let you know how things are progressing.
Usage Information: You are very welcome to use my photographs on a personal website, or for any other non-commercial purpose, just let me know at the email address above - for web use, if you could link the image back to this website or credit the image with the website address that would be great. If you would like to use an image from my site as a personal screensaver or desktop wallpaper, you are very welcome, again just let me know. If you have a commercial interest in any of my images, I can provide full size original files for editorial, commercial and stock usage on a non-exclusive basis to fit most requirements - please use the 'Licensing' link beneath each image. Thanks.
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