Entries by Richard Olpin

Getting busy…

I’ve had quite a few requests for individual training days coming in recently so my calendar is filling up quite fast for the next couple of months! Midweek slots are still looking pretty good but the weekends in July and August are filling up quite quickly so if you are interested in booking a day […]

Not a terrorist..

If you read any of the major photography magazines you can’t fail to have seen all the fuss over the past few years about photographers getting stopped by the Police for the heinous crime of, wait for it… Taking Photographs… OH NOES! Anyway, thanks to the good folks of the I’m a Photographer, Not  A […]

In the news..

Had a little piece in our local paper today.  (Click on the picture for a bigger version) The article is a rather succinct version of the press release which the Royal Society sent, and though it’s not the most exciting read in the whole world it’s still nice to see it in there. Nice they […]

Phew..

Thank Steve for that! A lovely lovely man from Apple just phoned to say my Mac’s back in the land of the living. Thankfully it was just the graphics card which had failed and so they gave me the option of paying for a service replacement part of the same model I had in there, […]

Poorly sick..

.. No, not me, my Mac. Last wednesday was one of those nightmare scenarios every geek dreads. I got up fired up the mac, checked my email then went to grab some breakfast. On my return I was met with the rare but horribly daunting grey screen of death, otherwise known as a kernel panic. […]

Making an exhibition of myself

For the next couple of weeks myself and some photographic chums from Bristol have taken over the space in Broadwalk Arts to exhibit some of our photos. In addition to myself there are a fantastic selection of photos from the magic picture boxes of Maureen Arnaiz, Tanya Hazell, Tash Jones, Christine Lewis, Goncalo Martins, and […]

Confirmation..

I think my postman must’ve been psychic this morning as no sooner had I said “hmm, I wonder when I’ll get my confirmation letter from the RPS” than the doorbell rang and it was Phil the postie with a mailer tube, addressed like so: There’s my first clue on the address label :) Inside was […]