Leaving Capri

Thoughts of our upcoming late Spring holiday to the Aeolian Islands, off the coast of Sicily, have inspired me to have a flick through last year's holiday shots.

21st April 2009 | Read more »

Thunersee (Lake Thun), Switzerland

Lake Thun (German: Thunersee) is an Alpine lake in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland. It takes its name from the city of Thun, on its north western shore. The lake is fed by water from Lake Brienz to the south east, which lies 6 metres higher than Lake Thun, and…

14th April 2009 | Read more »

Light in the darkness

With the arrival of warmer weather and longer, sunnier evenings, I am able to begin using a technique which works in many places with dark, deep shadows and small patches of bright sunlight. Here are a few examples and a description of how to achieve this kind of shot. The shots in this article are simple to achieve, provided that you know how to set the light metering on your camera.

11th April 2009 | Read more »

Gerzensee to Kiesen

Being Easter weekend, Jo and I decided to spend the weekend exploring new places. We started today by getting the train and bus to the top of a hill between Thun and Bern, to walk across the rolling hills with views of the Alps between Gerzensee and Kiesen. You can…

10th April 2009 | Read more »

Càirdeas

Through Jo’s contact with the Whisky Experience, with whom she is working, we arranged a photoshoot for Scottish folk music band Càirdeas this weekend at the Hotel Schweizerhof in Lucerne. The guys come over from Scotland on a regular basis to play gigs at places like the Pickwick…

6th April 2009 | Read more »

Scottish band Càirdeas

Through contact with event organiser “The Whisky Experience”, I arranged a photoshoot for Scottish folk music band Càirdeas at the Hotel Schweizerhof in Lucerne. The guys come over from Scotland on a regular basis to play gigs at places like the Pickwick chain of British pubs and at whisky tasting…

6th April 2009 | Read more »

Marketeers are no fools

The first day of April has been long reserved for making fools of people, though the origins of the unusual tradition are lost in the mists of time.

3rd April 2009 | Read more »