Commercial Ceramics Photography
Commercial Ceramics Photography – Creating Gradients Of Light On Curved Surfaces
Apparently you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. I totally disagree, and shooting lots of white ceramic products this week, has forced me out of my comfort zone, and pushed me to do some more studying.
Bridgend Wedding Photographer – Randell John Photography – Lighting Course in Porthcawl
I was really pleased to be asked to teach another photography workshop on Wednesday March 4th at Rob Jones’s studio in Porthcawl.
This event was the forth I’ve taught for members of Bridgend Photography Group, and was an introduction to studio lighting.
Bridgend Wedding Photographer – Randell John Photography – Blog
I’ve had a very busy few weeks and I’m only now, just catching up with my blog.
The first call of business was to post some images from Hannah and Simon’s wedding which took place at Manor Park Country House, Clydych, in The Swansea Valley.
It’s that time of year again, when just about everyday, I’ll receive a cold call from some dodgy company trying to sell me ‘Search Engine Optimisation’ (SEO), for my website.
If you’re in any sort of business, then I’m sure you’ve received a phone call just like this.
Today I had someone trying to tell me that they could get my website onto Page 1 of Google, and that for a small management fee of £109/month, I could choose ‘Keywords’ of my choice to boost my website hits in the future.
Included in my monthly fee, I’d also receive the services of a ‘Google qualified and trained SEO technician’ – Amazing balls!
Continue reading “The Season of ‘The SEO Scammers’” »
I had a wedding referral passed on to me today from my good friend Lee Ralph at Digicase Photography.
The email I received from the bride to be, brought a smile to my face.
I’ve had a few calls today from folks wanting to buy prints from this weeks edition of The Bridgend edition of The Gem, and particularly The Elf Gathering which took place last Saturday, December 13th.
Continue reading “The Gem – Elf Gathering in Bridgend” »
This is the first in a series of ‘Build log video’s’ I’ll be making.
They’re intended as more of a reference for my friend’s son Morgan, who I’m building the computer for, and shouldn’t be considered as a comprehensive guide to building a PC. Saying that, if you’re thinking about building your own machine then you may find the videos useful.
I was asked to photograph the Remembrance Sunday Parade again this year by the editor of The Gem newspaper.
I always say yes, as it’s one of my favourite events of the year.
Not only do I get to play a small role in recording the parade for posterity, but I normally meet up with some of my old friends that I served with in the RAF.
Continue reading “Remembrance Sunday 2014” »
I was surfing the net this evening and I somehow ended up on one Tony Northrup’s YouTube video’s
Apparently Tony only uses a flash meter when he’s using film. Each to their own, but to achieve consistent and predictable results, then I firmly believe that actually measuring the light in a scene is the only way to go.
Continue reading “Whiter than White” »
Over the coming few weeks I’ll be building a mid priced gaming P.C for my friend’s son.
At the same time, I’ll be teaching him a little about computer hardware, with the intention that he’ll be able to maintain and or upgrade the computer himself in the future.