Business has been a little slow of late, but in all fairness, I have been doing something else; I've been creating training materials for a German company's English language version of their site, FotoTV.com. Their German site, FotoTV.de, has been around for quite some time and has a wealth of material. Not content with catering only for the German-speaking market, they decided to create a sister-site, for their English-language friends and it's become a very interesting, as well as valuable, learning and informational portal. I was introduced to them by a friend and co-member of our photography
am often asked why I shoot Nikon kit and I thought that it could make for a useful blog post. In my eyes, there are a few reasons, some are purely down to personal preference and luck, whereas the others are practical. In the beginning, I had no idea as to which brand I wanted. I owned a 3MP Olympus point & shoot, but as I was going to the Maldives with my wife, I realised that I should really have something that could take superior photos than the old Olympus. I had used film cameras in the past, but they were all cheap, automatic point & shoots as well, so I knew nothing about the art of photography.