Category Archive: Leica

twenty :: mali

Twenty: a series of images from my first twenty years as a photojournalist. I actually posted a colour version of a similar shot to this back in November or so, so this is… Continue reading

twenty :: pitsmoor

Twenty: a selection of images from my first twenty years as a professional photographer. It’s Sunday morning, so what better than a church garden party…? This is where I live – Pitsmoor in… Continue reading

Twenty :: Guatemala

‘Twenty’ part 9 :: Guatemala 2001 ‘Twenty’ is an occasional series to mark the first twenty years of my work as a professional photographer. After leaving Tearfund in 2000 I worked for a… Continue reading

Twenty :: Cambodia

‘Twenty’ part 7 :: Cambodia 1999 ‘Twenty’ is an occasional series to mark the first twenty years of my work as a professional photographer. This is just a picture from an evening by… Continue reading

You like-a Leica…?

Very briefly, if you’d like to own a wonderful piece of engineering, or one of the sharpest and most beautiful lenses ever made, I currently have my Leica M6 and my Summicron 35… Continue reading

In praise of St Paul’s

It’s a quiet week in terms of jobs booked, after a very busy spell.  One of the things I’ve learnt over many years of freelancing is that there are two responses (or maybe… Continue reading

Leica M9 :: digital journalist review

Having just written encouraging you to give some money to support the Digital Journalist website, there’s actually an article that I think is worth looking at there too. It’s a review of the… Continue reading

Monotone lecturing

Over the past few weeks I’ve been working as an Associate Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, on the BA Photography degree.  It’s just a temporary thing, covering one day a week while the… Continue reading

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