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This is where I talk about everything and anything. Keep coming back here to see what I am up to. Also, if you have any questions about photography or videography, please get in contact either by commenting on one of the blog posts below or through my email on the contacts page.

5 Ways To Make Your Photography Life Easier
November 09, 2017 by Mike In Hints and tips, How to 0 Comments

Sometimes it’s the little things in life that matter. Those small things sometimes seem so insignificant and could be washed over or missed, but when you take...

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Customising Your Sony Camera
November 02, 2017 by Mike In Camera setup, How to 0 Comments

Customising Your Sony Camera (A7 and RX10) This is aplicable to the sony a7ii, a7sii, a7rii and the rx10iii. (for the RX10iii scroll down past the A7 settings to the...

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A Bag for the Zhiyun Crane
October 25, 2017 by Mike In Hints and tips, How to, Travel 0 Comments

This is a quick post to show you my camera bag and how I set it up to hold my Zhiyun Crane, fully assembled. If you don’t want to read about it, you can check...

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The Supermoon 2016 – Dubai
September 13, 2017 by Mike In Uncategorized 0 Comments

Photographing the moon is pretty straight forward; all you need is a long (very long) lens, a tripod and of course a camera. The moon also is pretty bright, so to...

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Abu Dhabi – An Afternoon In The City
September 11, 2017 by Mike In Uncategorized 0 Comments

Over the past few months, I have been moving house, moving country and restarting my business. On top of this, I have been doing “in-house” work for...

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Daddy Funk – THE drum teacher to have in Scotland!
September 11, 2017 by admin In Musician, People 0 Comments

As well as photography, I make short films and promos. Check out my vimeo page if you’re interested. You can also click on the image above to see Daddy...

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Maverick Race
September 04, 2017 by admin In Events 0 Comments

Over the summer I was lucky enough to be the Maverick Race official photographer. Initially, I thought this would be a relatively straight forward...

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