In this journey we travelled up the Eiger Mountain to walk the famous Eiger Trail. We walk on mountain trails eventually making our way down through the tree line and into Grindelwald. The travel photography opportunities were endless!Read More
A weekend escape to Grindelwald, Switzerland is an absolute must for visitors to Europe. This post documents our travel adventure from Basel to Grindelwald.Read More
I travel to Tomaszow in Poland and headed to an abandoned factory for some Urban Exploration. Some fantastic URBEX photography tips came out of it.Read More
I take you on a guided street photography trip during one of the largest post BREXIT protest in London UK. Over 50,000 people attended the protest. See the POV photography as I move through the crowd interacting with people. I hope you enjoy the video as much as I enjoyed making it.Read More
Street photography tutorial from London UK. Professional photography tips and a guided tour video from one of the most picturesque cities in the world. Get out there and take more photos guys!Read More
I make my way into the mountains for a day of travel photography with some of the best castles I have ever laid my eyes on. I found myself alone exploring a castle above the clouds.Read More
Reviewing your work is a key contributor to your progression. I have always heard: _"to know where you are going you need to understand where you have come from"_. It is interesting to watch your skills evolve over time. Doing this got me thinking about the way I shoot.Read More
Part one of the journey begins with an outline of the gear. Then we progresses past the Mediterranean sea and onto castle number one for the day: Forteresse de Salses. Here I took some of the most fantastic aerial cinematography I have seen to date.
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I headed for an afternoon in Carcassonne, France. It was my plan to spend daylight hours exploring the castle and the inner walls. But, as soon as the light changed, I would be spending my time outside the walls attempting to capture this magnificent spectacle.Read More
Minerve France is an amazing town built high atop the cliffs. It only has one point of access from the rear and recently, a spectacular bridge. Rich with history it's most famous tale comes in 1210 where 140 Cathars refused to give up their faith and were burned alive! Come and check it out!Read More
The plan for the trip includes a visit to the Mediterranean sea, the cities of Narbonne and Toulouse and at least 2 castles. The first day below comprises of the trip from London to Canet (outside Narbonne). From here the adventures are on! Check it out.Read More
So I resisted for long enough. It was time to spice up these travel photography vlogs with some other angles. I would like to welcome "buzZy" to the family. In this video we are taking buzZy for is first flight in the city. In all seriousness there are a lot of rules regarding what you can and can't do when flying in the centre of London.Read More
I managed to get a portfolio shot while in San Francisco. Seeing the Golden Gate bridge has always been a dream of mine since I was young. This day of photography centred around the bridge and I couldn't be happier that I was able to walk away with a fantastic photo. Check out the video!Read More
After a frozen start to the morning I headed for some landscape photography in and around the outskirts of Yosemite national park. Early mornings are sometimes difficult but you soon forget the lack of sleep and only remember the highlights. Check out the video here!Read More
Today I was in the news! There was a rockslide in Yosemite national park. It greatly changed how I spent my day. This is my story! Watch the video and see the shots here....Read More
I found that shooting with the handheld flash was becoming somewhat of a challenge. Some of the photos came back fantastic. While others would come back with parts of the image unexposed. Help me uncover what is causing this issue!Read More
Shooting film will make you a better photographer. This article outlines Steve Bloom's tips to becoming a better photographer and how each of them can be achieved by taking up film photography.Read More
The goal (over 4 nights) was to drive from L.A. to San Fransisco, via Yosemite. I arrived in the midst of an intense El Nino storm. This is my story...Read More
I would like to take a few minutes today to welcome a new addition to the family. Her name is Nikky. She is my first Nikon camera. It took a lot of research and time watching ebay auctions till I found the right one for me. But when she arrived yesterday (from Japan) we realised it was worth the wait.
To get technical she is a Nikon FM2n. A fully manual interchangeable lens 35mm SLR camera. Born somewhere between 1984 and 1989, we are about the same age. She has an inbuilt meter that is highly accurate. This is the only electronic component that I look for in a film camera.Read More
The following is a photo essay and short film from my time at Fasnacht in Liestal, Switzerland. It is an amazing event that every street photographer should visit!Read More