Posts Tagged ‘Low light photography’

Britfloyd – A spectacular Liverpool Launch

Britfloyd – A spectacular Liverpool Launch

Shortly after The Classic Rock show (see last blog post), I was back in the pit photographing the Britfloyd launch show, performed to an audience of 6,500 people at the Liverpool Echo Arena. Featuring many of the musical performers from the Australian Pink Floyd Show (TAPFS), musical Director and performer Damian Darlington hosted the biggest […]

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Life In The Pit – The Classic Rock Show

Life In The Pit - The Classic Rock Show

Sunday of last weekend took me to The Empire Theatre in Liverpool where I took on the challenge of photographing a live tribute band that gave their rendition of some of the world’s most classic rock songs. The Classic Rock Show was an outstanding performance of legendary musical hits made famous by bands like Led […]


Jodrell Bank – an astronomical view

Jodrell Bank - an astronomical view

In the heart of Cheshire and only a few miles from my home resides the giant radio telescope, Jodrell Bank. I pass this impressive structure quite frequently but yesterday noticed it looked very different. It was 6pm and the sky was pitch black and for the first time the giant white dish was illuminated brightly […]


The Nikon D3x put through its paces with TAPFS

The Nikon D3x put through its paces with TAPFS

Click any image for larger view A few months ago the PR department at Nikon UK lent me their top camera, the Nikon D3x. Nikon offered the camera for around two months in support of Checkum, an on-going celebrity charity campaign that I’ve been involved in for the past two years. I have already reported […]