Behind The Shot: Running For An Image

Behind The Shot: Running For An Image

I’ve spent a bit of time looking at my portfolio this week, shuffling around certain galleries like my Alpine one. I want to start making gallery edits that are indicative to my style of working across the seasons. With a gallery containing 20 images, of course...
Behind The Shot: Behind The Action

Behind The Shot: Behind The Action

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8…………….I count 30. Outdoor photographers love clean images. We can often be seen crawling around on the ground┬ámaking sure that our field of view is uncluttered with nothing else, especially other photographers, encroaching...
Behind The Shot: Hypersync At The Tour de Suisse

Behind The Shot: Hypersync At The Tour de Suisse

In a previous blog post, i talked about Humanising the Peloton and specifically paying attention to some of the smaller tours that act as the foundations to the Grand Tours (like the Tour de France with its 12 million roadside spectators and 3.5 billion TV audience)....
Behind The Shot: Humanising The Peloton

Behind The Shot: Humanising The Peloton

When most people think of road cycling, one race comes to mind: The Tour de France. Spread across 21 stages and over 3,000km, this carnival of sport attracts crowds in the millions with all roads, in a cycling sense, leading to Paris. What people often don’t...
Behind The Shot: Backcountry Hikers

Behind The Shot: Backcountry Hikers

Just before the Christmas break I spent a lot of time working with this image of backcountry hikers having received a commission to produce it into a large format, aluminium mounted print. A whole day was spent fretting about the quality of the shot, with any...