This Sunday the 31st July I am giving an audio visual training in Canterbury for the Rangiora Photographic Society. In May of this year I was fortunate to be able to attend the Trophée de Paris, and the organisers kindly gave me a lot of teaching materials including the training from the Dipartimento Audiovisivi della […]
It used to be “be careful what you wish for”. Now, apparently it’s “be careful what you write”. Shortly after last month’s stern warning about not taking competitions seriously, I received an email from the Tauranga Photographic Society congratulating me on being awarded champion in this year’s audio visual salon. The results are here. My […]
It’s not an acronym. I didn’t know that.
Moving home to a new region was never my “plan A”. High on my list of equipment that may not like being moved was the Canon iPF6300 large format printer.
My home here in Christchurch was thrown at least three feet upwards and sideways in the Christchurch earthquake in 2011. I have been lucky. I have been able to continue living in the house, I am on high ground and haven’t been flooded out, and I didn’t completely lose my income.
After being with Canon since 2004, I’ve sold the lot and moved to Fuji. There’s nothing like burning your bridges to sharpen your wits and make you learn new ways. Photo and Video gave me a good trade-in, and there is still enough credit left over to cover the XF10-24mm zoom when it comes out. […]
(In praise of printing….one from the vault) The thing I associate most with photography is terror.
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