One of the main reasons why I join photo communities like Ipernity is to learn from others. I can learn simply from looking at other peoples work but I also think that CONSTRUCTIVE criticism is important and would help me to understand how I can improve. When I first took up photography numpty seven years ago I joined a camera club or photographic society. Each week we had to produce a mounted print for review and criticism by the other members. The criticisms were meant to be helpful but cou…
Long Mynd 2015, album created on September 1, 2015
7 items in total.
Navarre, album created on June 22, 2015
17 items in total.
Norfolk 2014, album created on January 28, 2015
12 items in total.
- September 10, 2013As a present, we’d bought my son a day’s tuition in rally driving and had gone along to watch. It was a cold, rainy day. The course was on a disused airfield. It was completely flat and the wind howled across the landscape, but we were relatively warm and dry. Spectators were given use of a portacabin with access to as much tea and coffee as we cared to make. Neil had a great day, throwing the car around the curvy course which was partially on gravel and partially on mud. He got some grea…
- August 13, 2013Neil, my son, had not long started school, which makes him about five or six. One day he came home, after having had a Religious Instruction lesson and started to ask questions. “Dad”, he said “I don’t understand about God” “Well son, what don’t you understand”, I replied with a little trepidation. “Who is He? Where does He live? Is He a good man? What does He do? Can I meet Him?” the questions flowed quickly. I thought for a few moments stroking my chin in what I hoped was a profes…