Post Tagged with: "Pulpit Rock"

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Digital Camera Magazine – Frame Averaging and XT One to One Masterclass

Head down to the UK newsagents this week – and you’ll find the latest edition of Digital Camera magazine, with a special feature on why I shoot in Medium Format, Frame Averaging (and what it means for consumer level cameras in future), using the Phase One XT in the field, editing with Capture One and a lot more besides… I have to admit, shooting an editorial with Niall and Rod from the magazine during the […]

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A Tale of Two Sunsets : Pulpit Rock in Black and White

That’s not a sunset! That’s in black and white! …would be what I’d normally think about the shot above. I mean, why shoot at that time of day if you’re going to remove all that colour? And it really was fantastic colour – for two nights, I’d stood in the same little cliff-alcove and watched as the sun set off to the right of this amazing formation – “Pulpit Rock”. For sure, we’d been lucky […]

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New Yahoo! Weather App Featuring Landscape Backgrounds

Well that was a nice surprise – I went to check the forecast and my images popped up in Yahoo!’s new Weather App for the iPhone (and yes, it’s also available for Android…) 🙂 Granted, it wasn’t a complete surprise as I knew they had been “tagged” by the Yahoo! team on my Flickr account with words such as “clear”, “night”, “cloudy” etc. but I had no idea of when they might appear. The app itself caught […]

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Microsoft Bing – Can I get my image on the homepage?

Many of you will know the history to “bing” – Microsoft’s evolution to their original MSN search page.  Granted, a lot less people would ever say they’re “binging” something than those who “google”, but hey – it’s used by a surprising amount of people.   Last month, Microsoft launched a competition in association (rather randomly) with Dizzee Rascal – called “Your Britain”. What’s unique about bing is that it displays a different image every day […]