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Bitter Sweet

Its a strange predicament, as the title suggests, bitter sweet. Photography is about capturing moments, recording history. The right place right time scenario occasionally presents itself and it should be grasped with caution. We had just arrived at Brands Hatch for a Sunday of the Historic Sports Car Club’s Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix. The Guards […]

The Kingshead Klassik

The Kings Head Klassik There’s something special about a first event, especially when your hosts are the Kings. With a wealth of experience, knowledge and contacts Ritchie, Angela and their Karmann Konnection team worked hard throughout the day to fulfill their promise of a ‘grass roots’ event. The location of the picturesque village of Bradwell […]

The Brenizer Method

So it must be pretty mind blowing to have a photography technique named after you. The Brenizer method named after Ryan Brenizer is just that. Its basically a technique with a digital SLR that creates a look more common in a large format film camera. It enables you to get a wide format image with a […]

Visit to Cadwell Park

While working in Lincolnshire recently I popped into Cadwell Park to see if the café was open for lunch. Better than that, it was open and there was a bike trackday on. What a scenic circuit it is too, rolling hills with plenty of good vantage points for spectating.

Snetterton June 2016 HSCC Meeting

New project on my automotive project page of a fantastically sunny day at Snetterton, no I’m serious. Actual sun at Snetterton, uh-huh.

Work in Print

Awesome having my work in the pages of Classic Porsche Magazine again, shots from the Donington Historic Festival this time. Make are you grab yourself a copy.

Photographing a photographer

I recently had the pleasure of shooting a photographer friend of mine. So why would a photographer need another photographer to photograph them? Well, how else do you get decent shots of yourself in action. This particular photographer is a specialist food creator, blogger and photographer with a keen eye for culinary detail. Since establishing […]

Pre 1950 Grand Prix cars at Donington

The two HGPCA Nuvolari Trophy races at this year’s Donington Historic Festival were arguably the most entertaining from a spectators view, added rain during the race on Saturday of course added further to the excitement as priceless cars from the era hurtled round the famous circuit celebrating the 80th anniversary of the 1936 Donington Grand […]

Duxford -The Return

Last May we invested in an annual pass for Duxford as the American Air Museum Hangar was closed for refurbishment and we hoped to revisit before our year was up. It finally opened just before Easter so we returned to see what was new. Safe to say we weren’t disappointed! The new display is packed […]

Ruby

One beautiful dog! This is Ruby, she’s a Vizsla Boxer cross owned by some good friends of mine. I’d seen photos before but not actually met Ruby till last weekend. And what a little stunner she is. I couldn’t resist grabbing my camera when the morning sun lit her her through my window. Dog portraits […]