Posts about photography

Cauldhame... the location

15 October 2015

I’ve had such lovely feedback about my new pattern, Cauldhame, which has been amazing. I think this is in no small part down to having such a superb location for the photos, which was the… Read more

Introducing... Cauldhame

9 October 2015

I’m delighted to introduce my new scarf pattern, ! It’s available now as a PDF download from Ravelry, and also from LoveKnitting, where you can buy the pattern and yarn at the same time. Drops… Read more

Berlin

21 January 2012

I escaped the cold, grey, rainy British January for a few days to an even colder, greyer, rainier, but amazing and inspiring city, armed with brand new camera. Berlin is maybe my favourite city (apart… Read more

Festive touches

23 December 2011

Work is over for 2011, time to relax! I don’t have a Christmas tree, but the┬ápagan┬átradition of decorating the house with greenery is one that I follow. I created a display for my fireplace with… Read more

Hei fra Norge!

28 January 2011

Hello from Norway! Actually I’m back now, I had an amazing time in and around Stavanger. Here are a few images from my trip. Read more

Photographing your work: Studio lighting on location

19 January 2010

I wanted the photography for to be special, so I enlisted the help of a couple of talented friends; model and actor Kathryn and photographer and studio lighting enthusiast Joseph Hughes. We headed for Hampstead… Read more

Seasonal inspiration

28 May 2009

I love the way everything bursts into life in late spring. The garden is full of inspiring colours, textures and shapes. Read more

Photographing your work - part 2

10 March 2009

In this post I'll look at how to address some common pitfalls with exposure, flash, zoom and close-ups using camera settings and low-cost equipment. Read more

Photographing your work - part 1

21 February 2009

We knitters like to photograph our creations for lots of reasons; to share on blogs, to keep a record and of course to self-publish patterns. Photographing garments is tricky as the techniques involved fall somewhere… Read more