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I have been following several RSS Feeds and I thought it was about time I reviewed 10 of my favourites.  These RSS Feeds give me many things from inspiration to industry news. They are in no particular order so I hope you will follow them all.  Add them to your RSS reader of choice and […]

For a long time night photography has fascinated me, the patience of the photographers to set up their shots and freeze away waiting for the star trails to appear. With the changing of seasons and a lot of patience on my part for the right time of year when the moon is low enough in […]

Dancers Among Us (21 photos) – My Modern Metropolis I have really enjoyed reading this post from Alice on My Modern Metropolis with her interview of Jordan Matter – you can visit Alice’s blog at View alice’s blog and go to the post using the link below: Dancers Among Us (21 photos) – My Modern Metropolis […]

One evening last week I decided to play around with some landscapes I shot from Haystacks of Buttermere Valley.  I have always enjoyed playing around with black and white images, sepia toning and cyanotype. It has probably stemmed from being one of the last of the privileged few that was taught photography with film. Since shooting […]

Emily and I spent a weekend surfing down at Llangennith Bay.  One of the evenings we were down there the typical wet welsh weather abated so we grabbed our wellies and headed to the beach for a quick walk along the sands.  I was glad I grabbed my camera when the late sun and clouds […]

One of the advantages of living in the middle of nowhere in the English Lakes is that we have plenty of wildlife chilling around.  I am no wildlife photographer but early this spring we had loads of young birds of the feathered variety on our bird table outside our lounge window. They didn’t seem to […]

This post is about how I decided to make a chest harness for my Canon 5d.  Thanks has to go out to @chasejarvis who always provides me with the inspiration and the motivation to drop what I am doing and grab my camera and shoot stuff! These photos came from my own mini photography project to make […]

I was looking on PhotoRadar’s site the other day at their post about POTY 2010 trying to use it to kick start my creative juices!  They have now got their final shortlist for the Adrenaline catagory.  You can see all the photos at PhotoRadar. The judges were looking for originality and as always the competition […]

The past few nights I have been shooting the stars up by Black Sail youth hostel in the Ennerdale Valley, Lake District, UK. One evening I was shooting a series of images designed to be put together into a movie of the stars going round. I just so happened to catch this shooting star flashing […]

Well I signed up to photoshelter a few months back and threw myself into collecting and following as much advice as possible.  Here I am going to share my knowledge and tell you all what I have done to SEO optimize my photoshelter account. First things first! Have a look at the SEO grader in […]

Opportunism n. [Cf. F. opportunisme.] The art or practice of taking advantage of opportunities or circumstances, or of seeking immediate advantage with little regard for ultimate consequences. I always keep my camera or any camera I can close to hand.  You never know when you may need it! This evening while playing around with the HDR […]

Funny animals at the Zoo – Images by Thomas Jupe These photos, shot at a wild animal sanctuary & conservation park were a bonus for my catalogue. It was a day trip planned for my girlfriend earlier last year but I couldn’t resist taking the camera to capture some of the animals characteristics and personalities. […]

In order to improve my SEO I have relented finally to getting a flickr account and linking my photos back to where they can be purchased. Here is a useful video from you tube about Flickr SEO I update my Flickr directly from my Photoshelter account easily. To look at my Flickr Account go to: […]