FREE Photo Clinic – Doug Harman Photography

Visit The Creative Collective for the Doug Harman Photography Free Photo Clinic Pop into The Creative Collective on Saturday 17th September 2016 for Doug Harman’s Free Photo Clinic from 10am until 1pm. Get technical (and camera) help, tips, advice or bring in your images and get a friendly, constructive critique on your photography, but… Are you brave enough? Or just pop in to say hello and look … Read More

Stonehenge, Guys & St Thomas’ and the Manacle Maiden…

New Imagery. A New Partnership Here are few of the images I have worked on, some new and some older as I go through my work to help get images sorted for new partnership Capture and Create, a company set up with Photoshop expert and pro photographer Sue Chapman ARPS, CPAGB to give luxury photography retreats for our clients and for several upcoming projects including an exhibition, … Read More


A New Photography Project… “Doorways” Inspiration has arrived (again) and I’ve started a new project, the first instalment is… Photographing doorways. Yes, before you ask, I do have an anorak! Seriously, I was inspired by a visit to Dunkirk in France, where the rather eclectic mix of sea-facing doorways took my interest as I wandered down the seafront on a rather grey and sombre afternoon, and I thought, “what could … Read More

Street Life – Street Photography

Street Photography “In photography, the smallest thing can be a great subject. The little, human detail can become a Leitmotiv”: Henri Cartier-Bresson. Sometimes called ‘reportage’, Street Photography is, seemingly, one of the simplest forms of the photographic art but doing it successfully or, perhaps, doing it to your satisfaction, can be something way more challenging. Bresson’s (incidentally, he’s one of my biggest inspirations in photography ) quote above  is … Read More