This article explains why digital cameras are good news for writers, and what to look for (in a broad sense) in a camera.Read More
Your phone’s camera can be a great aid for your writing.Read More
Another interesting photo, taken while walking around the City of London.Read More
Today’s photoprompt is a lovely noir shot of a narrow back street in central London.Read More
Another photo prompt on the subject of surveillance.Read More
This photoprompt led me to come up with a few interesting questions as writing prompts.Read More
Today’s photo prompt is a photo I took with my phone in the back streets of London.Read More
Images can be quite useful for sparking off the imagination, so I thought I’d post photos or drawings when I can, for people to use as prompts if they wish. Let me know if you do!Read More
More lovely photos -- and free to use too!Read More
Vacant park benches and the like can be very evocative, and a source of inspiration for the writer.Read More
Not everything in life is black and white -- but perhaps more of it should be.Read More
Can taking monochrome photographs enhance a writer's creativity?Read More
Where can you find good photographs with which to illustrate your blog articles? This post provides the answer!Read More
Flickr is, to be honest, looking a bit long in the tooth, although its recent innovation of displaying very high resolution photographs by default is, shall we say, striking. But it is still a great service in my opinion, and for the writer a much better one than, say, Facebook.
The terms “technology” and “creative writing” may not often appear in the same sentence. But when it comes to digital photography, the world is your oyster.