So that was not just the end of another year but the end of a decade – and what a decade it’s been. In the past ten years our political, economic and environmental landscape has changed beyond recognition. In 2010 Boris Johnson was ‘just’ the mayor of London and preparing
Wistman’s Wood lies on the Eastern slopes of the river Dart in the Dartmoor National Park, Devon. Although covering only 170 hectares (1.7 square kilometres) this amazing woodland is important for the mosses and lichens that cover the trees and huge granite boulders scattered on the forest floor. The wood is
It’s just over 12 months now since I upgraded from the Fujifilm X100T to the X100F so I thought it was time to post a quick update on my experiences of shooting with this camera over the last year, as well as show some recent images taken with it. Like most
I’ve had the latest version of Fujifilm’s X100 series, the ‘F’, for a few weeks now. Life being what it is, i.e. busy, I’ve sadly not had the chance to use it as much as I’d hoped but here are my first impressions with a few images of and from the camera. This
My first ‘Friday Foto‘ of 2017 was actually taken the last Friday of 2016 but didn’t make it to that weeks post. Still in Devon and this time from a cliff top walk on the afternoon of the penultimate (and misty) day of 2016. Taken on my Fujifilm X100T and post
The French artist Edgar Degas said: “Art is not what you see, it’s what you make others see”. And so it should be with photography. It is inevitable that in photography what you ‘make others see’ will be a variety of things because your images will always be open to multiple interpretations. Indeed you could
I’ve been running this blog for over three years now and, hopefully, have learned a few things along the way, not least of which is that blogging regularly is pretty hard to do. Coming up with something original to say or, in the case of a photography blog, something pictorially
Just what it says really! All images copyright Peter Cripps Photography.