20141021-600D-4111_x1600_hqUpdated: 26th August, 2017.

Summary: Up until 25th August 2017, most of the pictures I uploaded to Flickr were licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 license.  Some of those images were and are also available with commercial licenses in other locations.  After the 25th August, by default, images uploaded to Flickr will be uploaded with a standard All Rights Reserved status.  i.e. you are not able to use them for any purpose, without first contacting me to arrange licensing terms.  Images up to the 25th August remain unchanged (you can’t remove someone’s rights under the CC licenses if they already have the image, so there’s little point changing them now).  Along with the license change, I’m changing the size of the images I upload to Flickr to limit them, rather than using the full resolution from the camera.

Updated: 5th June, 2018.

I have changed the license of all images on Flickr to be copyright all rights reserved.  Images downloaded before today which had a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 license are still covered by that.  But from today onwards, no further licenses of that kind are available on my images.

I guess since I’m sticking this URL into my photographs, I should put a page up.

I like taking photographs.  I enjoyed it as a kid, through university and later as an adult.  I always had ‘instant’ cameras though, never anything more serious, and I knew nothing about the technical elements of photography.  Eventually I purchased a DSLR (doesn’t everyone?)  I’m not sure I’ll ever advance past ‘clumsy amateur’, but I’m enjoying it none-the-less.

Here’s a little summary of where I was when I bought the camera.

You can find some of my pictures over on Flickr.

As of this time, none of my images on Flickr are available under a Create Commons license any longer.  All images are copyright with all rights reserved.  You are not free to use those at all, unless you contact me and we agree usage