Getty Images

I am delighted to announce that I have been invited to contribute images and videos to the Getty Images database. Getty are one of (if not the) biggest image license market places on Planet Earth for stills and videos – I am absolutely over the moon. The fact I am now with Getty means there… Continue reading Getty Images

A Review Of “How To Change The World”

Right, I am fresh back from the Cinema (Odeon Harrogate) after seeing a premier screening of the film How To Change The World, a biographical documentary of the early days of Greenpeace. I admit it, I am no qualified film critic – but think of this as www.poopshoot.com from the Kevin Smith film Dogma –… Continue reading A Review Of “How To Change The World”

Review: Sony QX10 For Street Photography

The DSC-QX10 works seamlessly with your smartphone, allowing you to shoot beautiful images, edit them on your phone and then share them online.  > – Sony The above is what SONY have to say about their own product – for more information on what Sony have to say about the QX10, please click here. However,… Continue reading Review: Sony QX10 For Street Photography

Harrogate International Dawn Chorus Day

International Dawn Chorus Day is the worldwide celebration of nature’s daily miracle. This year there will be more opportunities than ever to join in the excitement. Celebrated on the first Sunday of May, the story goes that International Dawn Chorus Day began in the 1980s when broadcaster and environmentalist Chris Baines asked everyone to attend… Continue reading Harrogate International Dawn Chorus Day

Natural Radio

The earth is alive with its own radio broadcasts. Lightning, the solar wind and solar storms create a variety of radio signals that surround us and lie just beyond our reach. They lie just beyond our perception because although their frequencies fall within the range of human hearing, they are radio waves that our ears… Continue reading Natural Radio