Oh my word, this is basic!
I got bored and decided to develop this site from scratch, again. See the About This Website page if you're at all interested in what I'm doing and why. The short version is that I'll be developing features for the website as I create content for it. In other words, it's going to take a long time before it's pretty.
Longer term this site will present my own photographs and photography tuition services along with articles on photography, philosophy, politics, health & mental health, and whatever else I feel like.
If it's not sparse, it's not working.
When music is used in film to indicate a scene should be building in tension it needs to be done sparingly or the overall effect is severely diminished. Yet so often it is heavily overdone to the detriment of the audience engagement.
All photographs are lies. No, really.
It was Bucks Fizz that sang “My camera never lies anymore”, though I suspect most people would accept that it’s possible to present a photograph as an honest representation of the world where there’s at least some element of fabrication in it. I just want to go a little further and suggest that every photograph you’ve ever seen was, in some way, dishonest.
Is catch and release actually extending their suffering?
We’re told by product marketing that catching alive and then releasing a mouse to the wild is the humane thing to do. As much as I want this to be true I’m currently not convinced. With the stress of being held captive and then released into an unknown area, is this really the best option for the mouse or is to to alleviate our own conscience?