Without passion, we’d be truly dead.– Angelus (Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Passion)
My Day With Manchester Photographic →
On Sunday, I took part in a photography course with Manchester Photographic. While the course itself was aimed directly at beginners, I signed on in the hope that it would help me build up confidence in using my camera outside. (Read more @ One Grain of Sand)
Crash & Burn →
Well, my February Challenge project officially died after only 5 days. It wasn’t a complete failure though, as it helped accomplish what I originally hoped it would; I once again became comfortable with my camera. It also served to highlight a few things, like my desire to get outdoors and expand my range of photography styles, as well as my growing apathy towards Macro shots (at least when...
What's in my bag? →
Canon EOS 400D. Tamron AF 55-200mm f/4-5.6 Di II LD Macro Lens. Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Kit Lens. Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8 II Lens. … and much much more!
Almost 3 years, that’s how long it took to pick up the camera and take a picture I can be proud of. For those that missed it, my latest piece hit the net on Saturday.
A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you...– Diane Arbus
What language(s) do you speak?
English, a little French, and the all important 1337. Ask me anything
The February Project →
As part of my quest to get comfortable with my camera again, and rebuild the skills I’ve let decay, I’ve decided to set myself a little challenge.
Getting back in the game →
I decided over Christmas that I would make a concerted effort to get back into photography, even if it meant clawing my way back up from the unskilled bottom of the pile. To push me along in these efforts, I reworked this decrepit blog to serve as my sounding board during my journey.
I’m Sonic Alpha, a male from the UK. I’m currently a freelance web designer, though I’ve worked in the gaming industry for companies such as EA, and I-Play. I’ve worked for a number of gaming sites too, including Planet C&C. I’ve had an interest in photography for many years, but only starting taking it seriously in 2004, when I bought my first digital camera. Now, after years of...
Sometimes life has a way of moving you past wants and hopes.– Kevin Flynn - Tron: Legacy