It’s always gratifying to hear from people who’ve come across my website and enjoyed looking at it. Sometimes I even learn a thing or two in the process. On that note I’d like to thank Rachel, Mary and Jennifer for sending me this link. Hope you enjoy reading about the evolution of the camera as much as I did.
Every year Network Artists North East organises the Art Tour, a month-long open studios event. This year I’m taking part and sharing a space with three other artists in Hexham Abbey. If you’re in Hexham between 11.00 and 4.00 on the 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29th June do come into the Abbey to see us!
To download a map showing the location of other studios and venues open during the Art Tour click here.
Telephoto lens + wet window + out-of-focus streetlights = colourful abstract photo. Who needs Adobe Photoshop when you can do this sort of thing in-camera?
Once there were only two certainties in life: death and taxes. Now it seems that there’s a third – there’ll be a new camera along in a minute. The recent pace of change in photography has been head-spinningly rapid and it doesn’t seem as though it will be slowing down any time soon.