Birthrights Launch (and some thoughts on flash photography)

Birthrights Launch Last night was the official launch of Birthrights, a UK organisation devoted to protecting human rights in childbirth. Birthrights is dedicated to improving women’s experience of pregnancy and childbirth by promoting respect for human rights. Birthrights believe that all women are entitled to respectful maternity care that protects their fundamental rights to dignity, …

South Bank at lunchtime

There are some places I love to shoot. One of them is the South Bank of the Thames, in the section not far from Waterloo. I can easily nip out for lunch, shoot there and be back in about 50 minutes. What’s not to like? One thing about it that’s great is the variety of …

Daniel and the Apple

Some lovely shots of my son in the garden with a fallen apple, having a moment of confusion with a plastic spade and having fun with some chalk (clearly he is a prodigy, writing his name and all that). Give it the right conditions and the X100 shines. It really isn’t so far away from …

The pianist

This chap was playing at a piano on the street near where I work. I assumed he was part of the festival which is on in the City at the minute, but to my amazement after playing he stood up and wandered back into the nearby bank building… Taken with my X100