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Lymelight Festival 2019

I was able to get along to the Saturday morning / afternoon of this year’s Lymelight Festival in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Stage photos at this time tend to be a bit bland since the stage lighting makes no impact on the lighting on the performers. The music performed was of varying genres with performances by: Kira Mac, Charlotte Bettson. Millie May, The BlueYellows, Aaron Mobberley and friends, Helena Raby, Jay Johnson, Adam Finney and Fat Lip.

AWDC event in an old gravel pit between Weston Coyney and Dilhorne – 22/04/19

I’d intended to go to the Crich Tram museum 1940s day but the glorious sunny weather meant that getting some decent portrait style images would be rather difficult. Too bright / contrasty and, probably, too many people. Mulling this over whilst out for a run I changed my route to see if an event that I passed between Weston Coyney and Dilhorne on Saturday was still going on. It was. Quick check with someone about being able to take photos […]

Giving it 110% – an insight into the meaning of percentages

In TV interviews you often hear of people giving ‘110 percent’ or similar. Recently in a photography forum someone posted review details of a piece of equipment saying that it had ‘138% of the sRGB colourspace’. The device you are reading this on probably defaults to the sRGB colourspace, it is basically the range of colours and tones that can be represented within the colourspace. Unfortunately the person disagreed with my assertion that there was a numerical flaw in the […]

Nikon Z7 – the new Mirrorless camera

Well, courtesy of Calumet / WEX in Manchester I have now handled a pre-production Nikon mirrorless Z7, 24-70 and FTZ adapter with firmware v1.00 and battery EN-EL15B. You might want to skip the next part, it is an introduction to some of the ‘internet concerns’. Skip to my hands-on experience. Since it’s formal announcement there has, not surprisingly, been a lot of internet / social media chat about Nikon’s new series of ‘full frame’ mirror less cameras. Some of the […]

Revisiting my past: Matlock

Revisiting my past: Matlock Subtitle: And failing to do so. I decided a while ago that I’d try to revisit places of my youth before either they change too much or I forget about aspects of the place. The obvious first one for me to do was Matlock. Significantly the closest and the second shortest place that I have ‘lived’. In the 1980s I did my Teacher training at Matlock College of Further and Higher Education. During my time there […]

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