A repository of ramblings taken from a few different incarnations of www.jamesgreenoff.com. Photography has been a chunk of my life for a while now, and this blog has covered the developments in my practice as it has evolved. Here you’ll a mix of posts about recent work, projects begun and experiments completed. New posts will appear sporadically (as will missing older content as I get a chance to transpose it).
I recently shot Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ summer drinks reception. They chose the Porcelain Works in Worcester as the place to greet their special guests.
After a photowalk in March I was left with a roll of TX400, then the opportunity came up to put it through an Olympus Mju.
A few weeks ago Hamish and I joined Alice and Russell for their wedding at the Mythe Barn in Atherstone.
A bunch of years ago I bought a half-frame camera on eBay, an Olympus Pen EE. It was broken. I recently decided to revisit shooting a half-frame EE, it went no better than last time.
My personal practice is tangential at the best of times, one of my itchy tangents over the last year has been instant photography.
Worcester Swimming Pool has been closed now for over twelve months. With its demolition pending I recently managed to get access to the site to take some pictures.
This weekend saw me bouncing around the Brecon Beacons in the middle of the night with Alyn Wallace on his Astrophotograpy workshop.
On the 1st of April John Brewer will be stepping down as Senior Partner at Harrison Clark Rickerbys and handing the reins to Richard Knight.
A few weeks ago I was asked by the team at Airband to help them celebrate their first installation on the Connecting Shropshire project, which had gone live in Shifnal.
I’ve wanted to be able to sell prints of my work via my website for some time…
Last weekend we headed down to Cornwall to see family. I wanted a new and different headache, so I borrowed a Canon 5D Mark I.
I have some plans afoot for this year, but I missed a proper post last month and thought I’d do some retrospective catch-up stuff first.
A few years ago I watched a documentary about Tim Hetherington, he was making breathtaking portraits with his Hasselblad – I wanted his lens immediately.
A few weeks ago I invited myself along to a friend’s race meeting. Neil and his dad were racing their very pointy and very red Dalara f302.
An autumn themed shoot for Charlotte, her family, and their new puppy…
Last Thursday night I joined the team at Big Helping for their annual Open Studio celebration at their centre in Worcester.
I’ve just my third crack at street photography in London, this time with the gang from streethunters.net
There is something unsettling about having the time, the gear, the subject, and to still lack inspiration.