It’s Good to Be Green

Green is not my favourite colour, but I am fond of it because it is associated with my chosen country, Ireland. And maybe I am also fond of it because it looks lush and soft on this: That session in New York with An Le has yielded lots of yum. And this is very nice,…

Run, RA, Run

View this post on Instagram RUN….to the Harold Pinter Theatre…it’s PRESS NIGHT @unclevanyaplay …or as I prefer to think of it Thursday PARTY NIGHT!!!! A post shared by Richard Armitage (@richardcarmitage) on Jan 23, 2020 at 1:30am PST Picture by An Le Studios – who also took the picture for the recent Sunday Times article. (see…

Size Matters

Today I went back to the shrining bench – because I have a few RAPS on my list that I need to get moving on. The lengthiest part of the RAPS creation process is always choosing images for printing. Today was no exception. I always, *always* fall into the rabbit hole of admiring pictures. And…

*ooof*: Cornered

[It has taken a major industry event and a true tsunami of pictures to get me back to penning one of my photo analyses again. Those of you who are new here, have probably no idea what is about to hit you: I used to write these picture analyses on a regular basis. In fact,…

Boxing Clever

Is it real or is it not? The discussion was raging yesterday. Would you like to know my two cents’ worth? It’s not even that I want to cite my authority as a photographer, but I believe the image is real, and here is why: Disregarding the photo itself for a moment, photographer Simon Annand…

Sorta *ooof*: A Touchy Subject

Or maybe it’s rather a touch-up subject… Yes, she is going there. She is going to address the elephant in the room. The filteri-filtera that is going on. But let’s start properly. We all wouldn’t be fans if we didn’t scrutinise the images of our favourite actor to the nth. For a while, I –…