1. My Fuji X10 has been one of the best additions to my camera collection, it allows me to have a camera on me at all times while still being discrete in required situations. These photos were taken on this camera in small shop in Arundel. I love seeing each person displays their own space, which items they felt deserved more attention than others.


  2. reyairia:

    70% of editing is just looking at ur work for a few hours with this face


    (via litttlerocks)

  3. Last Sunday I luckily had the day off work having spent over 12 hours in work the day before for stock take so my boyfriend and I headed to Winchester. I’d only been to Winchester once before and didn’t have the chance to look round the cathedral, we made our first port of call. Its a wonderful building, I’m not religious at all but I can appreciate the beauty of it.

  4. baruchobramowitz:

    "Stuff Being Thrown at My Head," a photo series by Latvian photographer Kaija Straumanis

    (via jerryhcooke)

  5. photojojo:

    We haven’t been this excited about pockets since we got our first pair of cargo pants!

    We made this Scrap Book out of paper sandwich bags, so each page is also a pocket to hold your precious treasures.

    It holds photos in its pages and *in* its pages.

    Make Your Own Paper Bag Scrap Book

    This is actually a really lovely idea. I have a huge box of found photography at the moment that is in no order, this would be a beautiful way for me to organise it and even copy a few of the photos to put on each section remind me what’s inside

  6. I will willing admit that I’ve been in a bit of a photography slump recently. Leaving uni and going into full time work in retail has been a bit of a shock to the system and has effected my health and enthusiasm. I’m trying hard to push myself to go out and today’s hour long walk around Emsworth with Aaron Bennett has definitely helped as it made me realise I don’t need to go for long treks, I can find images easily because that is naturally how I look at the world. I also had my first proper play with my Fuji X10 which I brought with my competition winnings from the LCE Solent Group christmas gathering. It’s a lovely bit of kit and one I’m glad to have in my collection. Above are photographs taken on my Fuji X10, run through lightroom with VSCO. I may have made a small photography boo-boo today in that my camera battery wasn’t fully charged and died while we were out, I wasn’t going to let that hold me back so resorted to my phone for the last few shots. A few I’ve already uploaded to Instagram which I’m pleased with. I’m realising that no matter what I should always have some form on usable camera on me.