I hadn't gone into the operating theatre yesterday with the intention of tweeting my operation. Initially I just wanted to interview the Surgeon mid op. Before I continue I must apologise. I'm writing this while under the influence. Painkillers. Powerful ones. Last night I underwent an operation to fix an inguinal hernia. You can get them at any age and I was surprised to find out many of my … [Read more...] about Under The Knife
On the 2nd of May this year I took a walk from Manchester into Salford with Dr John Perivolaris. (Here is a conversation we had on the way.) listen to ‘Walking into Salford’ on Audioboo We were heading to see David Dunnico's Exhibition entitled '1984 Looks Like This' currently showing at Salford Museum and Art Gallery until the 1st of July. I first met Manchester based David Dunnico at a … [Read more...] about 1984 Looks Like This
It's all well and good having a 36 megapixel camera but unless you have the processing power and bandwidth with which to edit and upload, you're going to spend more time fiddling with your photos on a screen than actually taking them. The above image what shot in an allotment with the Nikon D800 set to shoot and record Raw to Compact Flash and jpegs to the SD. I used the camera connection kit … [Read more...] about Mobile editing images from the Nikon D800.
I find neck straps really uncomfortable with any size of camera. I guess that's why I like the Black Rapid sling type straps. All my Nikon pro SLRs are equipped with Black Rapid straps & I could never go back to the old traditional neck straps now. Also the SnapR20from black rapid has been good with small cameras as it houses and protects them allowing easy access via the same sling … [Read more...] about Gordy’s Camera Strap on the Fuji X100
A flickr set of images taken at the first ever Bushcraft Show. If you are viewing on an iphone click here … [Read more...] about Photos from the Bushcraft Show