There are no images of the iPhone 5 in this blog post. I imagine you have seen one by now and know what it looks like. This is certainly not the normal phone review due to some interesting realisations that forced me to change the way I look at comparing the iPhone 4s to the iPhone 5. Last week I was in Turkey speaking at the European Wine Bloggers Conference and delivering a couple of … [Read more...] about iPhone 5 Vs the iPhone 4s: With Photos in mind.
While visiting friends in the village of Belton, Leicestershire, I experienced a street party ... I took photos on my FujiFilm X100. It's super discreet and having the fixed lens makes you work that little bit harder to get in close while all the time allowing you to really get to know the focal length. This helps to make 'shooting from the hip' less of a hit and miss endeavor. The street party … [Read more...] about Royal Wedding Street Party
See the full gallery on Posterous I knew little about the conference at The Conway Hall in London called 'The Story' until @Sizemore invited me to check it out with him today.. More info on The Story 2011 here: http://TheStory.org.uk It was great to catch up with so many people I connect with online but don't get to see ant the normal conferences I attend. The topics and visuals … [Read more...] about The Story
See the full gallery on Posterous Today I got to meet Jon Draycott. Half of the husband and wife team behind the Draycott Brewery based in Buckden, Cambridgeshire. Not just a top bloke, from a spare room in his house he creates some top real ale in a micro-micro brewery he built himself. As well as recording the chat you can hear embedded on this page, I got to taste his fine … [Read more...] about Draycott Brewery – Beers Made in Buckden
A few photos I took last night of the band @FilmsOfColour as they played at a small festival called Hushabye Mountain at The Cowshed ran by @DaveCowshed. Certainly a band you will be hearing a lot more of in the coming months. (Kit used: Nikon D3 with a few f2.8 lenses) … [Read more...] about Films of Colour at The Cowshed in Milton Keynes