I have been keeping a close eye on the development of the Fujifilm GFX System. These 'medium format' products carry on the companies long tradition of medium format photography, and I have over the decades been fortunate to have used and been pleased with many of those products. Not over looking the vast rolls of [...]
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BenQ is a monitor range that is slowly but steadfastly gaining in use. I have not used the brand myself, as I am very happy with Eizo product at the moment, but if I needed to look again I would also consider BenQ, as certainly on paper it ticks lots of boxes. It is so [...]
Just a little reminder about our ‘By Invitation Only’ events. These are special events for those who have attended a course with me elsewhere, and who want a day of creative photography at an amazing standard. They simply take things to a completely new level, in a relaxed but inspiring atmosphere. Lovely locations, great models, [...]
Shimoda is still a relatively new brand, but they have some interesting ideas. Joining those from next month will be a range of items designed for the female form. Here we go with the details: Shimoda launches new Backpack Straps Designed Exclusively for Women · Straps available in three styles all offering [...]
Speedlight School ‘Portrait Photography – Inside/Out’ Workshop’, Wednesday August 28th (West Sussex)…John Clements2019-08-23T11:10:34+00:00
When: Wednesday August 28th 2019. Where: Park Cameras, (West Sussex). Level Of Content: Intro/intermediate/advanced. Speedlight School 'Portrait Photography Inside/Out' Workshop. I am delighted to be returning to Park Cameras for one of our most praised workshops. This Speedlight School 'Portrait Photography Inside/Out' Workshop is packed with real world advice all about 'The Portrait' from [...]
I shot alongside my 35mm system with Hasselblad 'V' System cameras over a few years. Have always regretted not keeping with it, as it's simplicity was one of its core strengths, not over looking of course some great Carl Zeiss lenses. I also worked with the company in the UK on a number of events [...]
The popular ColorChecker calibration targets are now available in different sizes. It has always seemed to me an oversight not to do so Personally, a bigger target would suit me better for my workflow, so my use so far, has been sporadic as a consequence and I often use other means. But there is no [...]
When: Saturday June 29th 2019. Where: Park Cameras, Burgess Hill, Sussex. Level Of Content: Intro/intermediate/advanced. Speedlight School – Art Nude – Photography Workshop This event shares the skills of ‘art nude’ photography and is an ideal follow on from our ‘Flashes Of Inspiration’ workshop, or for those who have a working understanding of [...]
With my extensive Nikon background, former 'Advisor Of Photography' for Nikon Corporation in the UK and decades of experience shooting with it professionally, it is always nice to put that to use in helping others. So I am delighted to say that again this year, I will be joining the Nikon team at the LCE [...]
Today’s D-Day Anniversary has to have touched so many. The sheer scale of the 1944 event, its planing and enormous challenges are hard, if not impossible to contemplate. But it is those brave men (and women), who took part at the cutting edge of one of histories most momentous days, who both inspire and humble [...]