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Welcome to Fotocraft Images' Blog

Thank you for visiting the Fotocraft Images blog.

I will use this blog to provide updates on events and new images on the Fotocraft Images website. I will also provide my thoughts on how I worked as I created some of my images, on photographic topics that interst me, and on my other intersts outside photography, such as fell walking and peak bagging.

Please feel free to share your comments on any blog posts or to ask questions.

 

Paul

Memory card misadventures

August 14, 2017
I have been using digital SLR cameras for more than twelve years and, until last weekend, had been lucky enough to never have a problem transferring images from a memory...
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Magnificent Malham: Limestone and Waterfall One-to-One

August 08, 2017
Malham has been an inspiration for artists and poets for hundreds of years, and more recently has attracted film makers, including the Harry Potter crew, who filmed key s...
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Location, location, location: planning landscape photography shoots

August 01, 2017
Landscape photography is, at its simplest, the process of finding a great location, creating an arresting composition, and capturing the image in great light. A successfu...
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Lancaster over Wetherby

July 24, 2017
They say that a change is as good as a rest. Well, yesterday I heard that the Battle Of Britain Memorial flight was making a flypast over Wetherby. The flight was organis...
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A recent one-to-one session

July 18, 2017
Our one-to-one landscape photography tuition sessions are tailored exactly to the client's requirements, so no two days are the same. I will suggest possible shooting are...
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