Recently received my new Hero 3+ from GoPro and I love it. I’ve previously owned or used the original GoPro Hero, 2 and 3 as well as rival models like Contour‘s Roam 2 and +2. So how does the Hero 3+ stack up? If this … Continue readingGoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition – Review
I was recently asked to give my recommendations for a camera upgrade today with short notice, so please do not consider this an in depth review! My research was done purely on the internet and I didn’t get a chance to try these cameras out. … Continue readingDSLR Comparison: Canon 5D Mark III vs 70D vs 700D vs 650D
I’ve been using 500px for about 3 years now and when it first came out it was the answer to everything I had been looking for in a photography portfolio website. I still love it, it’s a daily source of inspiration and the iPad and … Continue readingBest Photography Portfolio Site: 500px vs Smugmug
I was looking for an easy and quick way to sell prints of my photos through my website and blog. I didn’t want to have to set up a whole new portfolio of my images on another website that I’d have to redirect people to, … Continue readingHow To Sell Your Photo Prints Online – Fotomoto Review
I’ve shopped around extensively for the best travel insurance for outdoor sports and adventure photo/videographers and this was the best company by a long shot: Snowcard – The UK’s leading specialist in activity travel insurance If you’re a photographer or anyone that carries a lot of … Continue readingWhat’s the best insurance for outdoor sports and travel photographers? Snowcard review
Attended the Banff Mountain Film Festival last night here in London and was blown away by the quality of the movies we were shown. The team at the Union Chapel did an amazing job too with hot food, drinks and loads of prizes given away … Continue readingBanff Mountain Film Festival 2013 – The Videos!
For my online videos I often need a music track. I can’t afford to pay the thousands of dollars record companies charge for a track by a ‘famous’ artist, so I use some of the ‘Royalty Free’ music websites out there to get music that … Continue readingMy top ‘Royalty Free’ music websites
Being suddenly quite paranoid about all my data being either stolen or damaged in a flood or fire I decided to look at the best cloud backup options. I narrowed it down to what seem to be the two favourites in the market: CrashPlan and … Continue readingCloud Backup review: CrashPlan vs Carbonite
Trying out a lazy editing set-up: – Macbook Pro 13″ with mini-display to HDMI adaptor – Sony Bravia 42″ LCD TV – Wacom Intuos5 – Lightroom 4 – Reclining leather chair!
Photobox has excelled again with its prints, these large 30 x 20 poster prints arrived today and they look awesome!