• Take your camera everywhere you go

    Discovering the importance of having your equipment at all times so you don't miss that key moment.

  • April 14, 2015

    More Pixels

    More pixels = More depth and a better overall image accuracy Every year new digital camera equipment appears on the market with faster shutters, more customisable AF (auto-focus) tracking system and more importantly a larger image sensors that can capture more light. We all know the importance of light in the photographic field, without it we face countless problems such as being forced to turn up the image sensor sensitivity a.k.a (ISO) which in most cases even in the most advanced digital image equipment on the market will results in noise and grain in your images. So what is the […]

  • Large Format Photography

    Large format photography has become a photographic trend in the digital photography industry. The attraction to high resolution sensors has grown and now photography emphusiasm are keen to get their hands on digital photographic equipment capable of gathering a large amounts of light and information with an amazing detail and sharpness.

  • December 11, 2014

    Canon 5D Mark III Durability

    How important is durability in the photography world? One of the key selling points for any type of equipment is its durability. Over the years I’ve put many cameras to the test from my Canon 300D, Canon 7D, Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 5D Mark III, which is currently my work horse. Am going to fast forward and say that all of the cameras I’ve used over my limited photographic experience, the Canon 5D mark III is that camera to pick if you are making a living as a photographer for a number of reasons. Large sensor and great low […]

  • November 23, 2014

    Canon GP-E2 GPS Receiver

    Canon GP-E2 GPS Receiver GPS receivers are no-longer an expensive and unjustifiable tool to have in your photography bag when on the road. To almost every photographer finding the right location to shoot is key. Knowing where each of your photographs were taken is something particularly useful for a landscape photographer or photojournalist. Canon had been implementing a built-in GPS receivers in its brand new Canon EOS 7D Mark II which is due to be fully tested however cameras such as Canon 5D Mark III and Canon EOS 1D X are still left out with no built-in GPS receivers and […]


  • December 22, 2014

    Is photography breaching our Privacy?

    How do we feel when put in-front of the lens? How important is our privacy? As an image-maker I got intrigued by the notion of privacy and the rage and anger people are willing to express in an attempt to put anyone off trying to breach their privacy simply by holding a camera in-front of their face after I watched the following video. Everyone hates this anonymous cameraman – but why? What’s the difference between the thousand of CCTV cameras filming us everyday, on our commute to work, on our lunch break, recording 90% of our daily activity without us […]

  • November 11, 2014

    Mont Blanc |Trip to the White Mountain

    A trip to the White Mountain, Mont Blanc As it is my first post on my site am not sure how to begin. I guess welcome would be the appropriate thing to say. I hope you like my work and if I can be of any service or assistance to all you talented people out there do not hesitate to use my contact form. I want to start this blog post with the latest adventure I returned from only a couple of weeks ago. I traveled to Mont Blanc or as the French pronounce it Monte Bianco also known as the White Mountain as […]

  • Canon 5D Mark III

    Testing the new Canon 5D mark III coupled with the latest ultra-wide angle 8 to 15mm f4 Canon L line lens. We went to Chamonix in France ( French Alps) to test optical quality as well as weather resistance in harsh environment.

  • Body and Spirit

    Body and Spirit was a photo documentary I created as a part of a personal project, focusing on the exploration of body and spirit of mic martial art fighters around the World. I interviewed a number of active fighters from various fight clubs in the UK.

  • Monkey Forest Trail

    A day trip to the Monkey Forest to try and capture the way monkeys interact with humans in close proximity.

  • Thailand

    I embarked on a two week trip around Thailand trying to explore as much as I possible could of the Thai culture and create images that can accurately represent what Thailand is all about. I hope I have archived this with the images I created over my 2 weeks in Bangkok.

  • The beauty of Macro photography - Canon 100mm 2.8 L

    Exploring Canon's best macro lens the 100mm 2.8 L lens. A perfect portrait lens of the highest quality with additional macro capability. The EF 100mmm f/2.8 Macro USM lens is equally at home for portraits as it is for macro photography up to life-size (1.0x).

  • Mont Blanc

    A Trip to the french Alps

  • Portraiture photography

    Lilyan Petrov studio shoot using Phase One 645DF with their latest digital back IQ280 for his portraiture photography.

  • Low light photography

    Low light photography has always been a tough ground for more enthusiast photographer using primarily APS-C camera sensors that struggle when it comes to collection light (photons). The low light photographs in this photo series were created with my Canon 5D mark III, using no stabilisation to truly test the ability of the large image sensor to capture images are extreme low light conditions.

  • The Golden Hour

    n photography, the golden hour (sometimes known as magic hour, especially in cinematography) is a period shortly after sunrise or before sunset during which daylight is redder and softer compared to when the Sun is higher in the sky.

  • Taj Mahal – Republic of India

    Testing the latest full-frame camera from Canon, the EOS 5DR.