August was a poor month of photography for me. We had lots of visitors and I forgot to get my camera on far too many occasions. I got a couple of nice photographs and am delighted to track James developments.
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A little late but here are the photographs for July, 2014. This month there is some photographs from our company Oxford photoshoot, a couple of sunset shots, and of course more photos of baby James.
Our first child Charles James George Davidson was born at the start of June. As you can imagine, I’ve taken a lot of people/baby photographs this month.
I took a lot of photos in May. We had a trip to Witney, more pregnancy photographs, and LOTS of sunsets. I also got one photo to number 24 on Flickr Explore. A good month for photography!
Lots of photos taken this month. We had a good trip to London and after a sleepless night got some nice photographs of the Thames at 6am. Also got some nice photographs of Sarah at 8 months pregnant.
Here is the photos I took in March 2014. It was an exceptionally warm in March in Oxfordshire and almost all these photos were taken on one sunny afternoon. I also got a new 40mm lens for my birthday which is a lot of fun.
Here is the photos I took in February 2014. It was quite month for us as Sarah is now 6 months pregnant. I still managed to get a couple of shots from around Bicester.
So another year is upon us. It’s big one for us as we expect our first child in the summer. This year I have a new Canon EOS 700D camera and am trying out Apple Aperture photo editing software. Here are the first results.
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I signed up for Tough Mudder in the summer of 2013. I was fit, swimming daily, running, and eating healthily. A couple of weeks before the event I realised I was in trouble.
Charles “James” George Davidson was born at 9.06am on Tuesday the 3rd of June 2014. A long labour (32 hours) and a big baby at 8 pounds 3 ounces. We’re very excited and proud parents.
I went to my first Oxford Creative Assembly (OCA) event this week. They have regular talks to help inspire creative professionals in Oxford. This months speaker was Luke Murphy-Wearmouth, a freelance digital consultant that trades as Neverwood.
I went to my first UX Oxford this week. It’s a popular digital event in Oxfordshire and has been going for around a year or so. As you’d imagine, it’s all about User Experience (UX). This months speaker was Anna Dahlström.
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Today Giles Thurston very kindly passed me a Google Plus invite. I’ve been excited about Google Plus since its announcement, so this was great news! It’s obviously still in it’s infancy but I want to list my initial thoughts on Google Plus, what I like about it, and what I’m still to be convinced on. […]