Although there won't be any surprises in here from those that follow my ramblings, I'm still going to provide a few words here for reference on the 2016 camera bodies and what each one brings to my photography...
Following another invitation from Amateur Photographer, I've completed another article for the magazine, this time on infrared photography. Best of all I've landed my second cover in a month with Refuge, one of my absolute favourites from 2014.
June was a very busy month, especially for infrared work. Our English summer is in full flight and for once it's wall to wall sunshine and blue skies. That may not be to everyone's taste for landscape photography but for those who have invested in Infrared capability like I have then there are no better conditions.
Spring got into full swing during April and I could finally put to good use my 720nm Infrared converted Nikon D800, which I refer to as my D800IR. Infrared light reacts with Chlorophyll, the agent found naturally occurring in foliage, and Spring is a wonderful time of year for a creative difference when the leaves start to show themselves again.