I’ve been having a little shuffle with the menus across the whole site, to make them a bit more consistent. Hopefully now you will be able to access any of the blogs from any other – rather than having to go back to CazPhoto home page and choosing from the menu there.
I hope that makes things a bit clearer for you!
I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve just finished a new photographic book entitled Hebridean Views – A Scenic Tour Through The Western Isles. Here’s a sneak preview:
I am now offering one-to-one bespoke photographic coaching sessions to any level of photographer wishing to improve their skills. The cost is a very reasonable £90 for a 3-hour session. You can also buy a gift voucher for a loved one so that they can take a session – what a great birthday or Christmas gift!
After some hard work over the past few weeks, you may have noticed cazphoto.co.uk has a shiny new layout and look.
Most of the previous features have been retained, although they might look a little different or be in a slightly different place. And the Galleries have been revamped to pull things directly from my Flickr account – hopefully that way things will stay up to date more easily!
As with any redevelopment, there are always a few teething issues. I hope I’ve caught most of them already, but if you discover anything which is wrong/broken/missing – please drop me a line and I’ll fix it as soon as possible!
My latest publication, 2009 – A Year In Pictures, is a glossy 80-page large format book containing all 365 images from my second year 2009 Photo A Day project. The book can be purchased online directly from Blurb, where you can also see a preview of the first 25 pages.
Yes, as 2010 dawns I have decided to carry on with my Photo A Day project. Why stop now? You can keep track of it via the 2010 Blog.
I have been working on a new book title, Essex Landscapes Through The Seasons, which has just been published on Blurb. It can be ordered online via their website, and has a 20-page full colour preview. The book is hardback with 80 pages.
Watch out for the next issue of Digital SLR User Magazine (Aug ’09, #34), out on 3rd July. Caroline is interviewed in the Club Members Q&A section. Read about the tease here.
I’m very pleased to have launched a new version of this website. The galleries have been reorganised, I hope you like the changes.
During March and April, I spent a fortnight taking images based around various colours. I’m gradually posting the results to the Exploring Colour Section, with a gallery for each colour.