Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Tonality, Snapheal and Intesify in Action

  • After my review of Tonality Pro by Macphun software the company kindly let me have a play with some of there other apps and in this tutorial I’ll give them a spin. The image we are using is a image that has been processed into a panorama in Photoshop and some tweaks have been applied in Lig[...]
  • Macphun's Tonality - a Review

  • Tonality Macphun have just released their first foray into the world of black & white conversion apps and as the name of the software house suggests it only works on one system; which is bad news for some of you as this app is really rather good. The world of black & white conv[...]
  • Favourite Places to Shoot - Hidcote

  • I have a select collection of locations that I like photographing just for the sake and love of it. One of these places is Hidcote Gardens in Gloucestershire, a National Trust property not too far from HQ. Hidcote was the creation of Lawrence Johnston an American, born in Paris, who set about [...]
  • Competition Update

  • The entries to our fantastic "Win you Wedding Photography" competition are flooding in and there have bend some sensational ideas and plans people have for there big days. Entries close on 31st May so you've got plenty of time to enter and we'd really love to hear what you have planned for the [...]
  • It's Here, Finally

  • After many months of prevaricating, hmming and hawing, changes and alterations we are proud to announce the launch of our new website! Risking all sorts of technical gremlins to strike, everything seems to be in order and acting as it should. We'd like to thank some people for their hard work and[...]
  • Who do you think you are, David Bailey?

  • I've got a few days off soon so I'm off to the smoke to see the David Bailey's Stardust at the National Portrait Gallery. For those of you of a certain age the title for this blog will be instantly recognisable as the catchphrase for an Olympus Trip advert on British TV starring George Cole and[...]