I’m happy to say that Will Strange Photography remains open and is ready to take on work (as of 26 October 2020).
The festive period brought a welcome break to the Downs (South) and Forest (New).
A short (carbon-offset) flight, and the promise of winter sun and dramatic volcanic scenery, drew Jo and me to the wonderful Canary Islands for a second time in three years.
I recently jumped on the Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera (MILC) bandwagon and my photographic (+) world will never be the same again! For several (camera) generations these small, tech-heavy machines have mostly been seen as advanced toys, but not ‘serious tools’ for capturing images that meet clients’ briefs.
I have been sitting on these photos for a little while – not because I’ve been waiting for Hannah and Tim to grant me permission to share them (which they did with their strong blessing), Continue reading “Hannah & Tim – canal-side romance and an incredible ‘first duet’”
When Jo and I used to talk (at length) about our dream of getting a dog one of the things we craved most of all was to be able to go on holiday with a canine companion. Continue reading “‘Say Cheese’”
In what was an eventful year, there were a few photos in which I took particular pride:
Meet Hamilton, our amazing 4-year-old Toy Poodle x Bichon Frise (we think).
I recently got some fantastic feedback from an event that I covered for CGD Europe.
One of my favourite ever ‘Strange’ Family holidays was a camping and birdwatching trip to the French Pyrenees when I was 12.
Some deadpan cityscapes from a recent, fantastic, HOT, trip to Berlin to celebrate my Father-in-Law’s 60th birthday.