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If you go down to DTE today…..you’re sure of a big surprise…!


I remembered that little ditty playing in mind…about the Teddy Bears Picnic that we used to sing aloud at school when I was a little kid. And that ditty was still playing in my head, as I was walked around … Continue reading

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The wonder of a photograph…..


I want you to look at the photo below and just take a few secs thinking about what it means….. King Richard III and his nearest living relative. You are looking at a face which has come alive again with … Continue reading

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Street photography-the How, What & Where of it all….


As always, my email inbox is groaning at the number of enquiries about street photography and how to be successful at it. Well, it’s no mean feat answering all of those queries in one fell swoop, but…I can only try! … Continue reading

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The magic that is Kodak Tri-X film


Time was when the technology we have today was unheard of and photographers working with their cameras and in their darkrooms were considered genuises. And to be sure, their work did have a certain allure, especially as the heart of … Continue reading

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The magic is not in your camera; it’s in your eye.


People always say how much they like such and such photo, or shots taken by someone they know. And as much as they may like particular photos, I tend to think that if it wasn’t for that particular photographer’s eye … Continue reading

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