Yesterday my headphones stopped playing in the middle of a Youtube clip, worse still in the middle of a good rousing song. The problem had to be my faithful Trust wireless headphones and i cursed the technology gods for now i would have to return to wired. I tried the receiver in different USB ports, twiddled knobs and replaced drivers to no avail. Continue reading
The concept seems fairly simple. It has to be dark, you need a tripod, you set a long exposure on the camera (20 seconds or more) and then run around drawing shapes in the air with colored lights. Ah the dreams of the newbie photographer.
So off to Green Park to run around in the park in front of Buckingham Palace. Continue reading
Honestly it feels as though I’ve waited years for Jelly Bean to arrive. First there were the rumours of Jelly Bean, then the rumoured release dates, the rumoured additions and improvements. Then there was the inevitably disappointing list of which devices would be getting the update. Continue reading
I love working in a technology field because it allows me to have hands on time with items of tech that push the boundries of what we believe are possible. I know what you’re all thinking but trust me you are wrong. This is not another article about the incredibly over hyped iPhone 5 but instead it is about something that i believe many of us take for granted. Continue reading
If you are lucky enough to live in the East of London there is a wonderful short ride that follows Regents Canal for a bit and branches off to the River Lea which you can then follow up towards The Tottenham Marshes and beyond if you’re feeling energetic. Continue reading
Have you ever whipped out your Galaxy S3 to snap a sneaky picture of that can’t miss moment, and had the shutter sound go off like a gunshot in a forest. I know you have and it can be embarrassing to have the whole congregation turn around and give you the evil eye. Continue reading
With Autumn upon us it makes for perfect night time shooting. The hazyness has gone and the sky is clear. So i popped down to Southbank and waited for the sun to go down.
One pizza and to much fruit juice later the sun was gone and the light or lack there of was perfect. The tide was in but a nice set of stone stairs got us down to just above water level with a great view of the Thames and St Paul’s in the background. Continue reading