Oman: Far from the madding crowd

The Leica Q goes to Oman

Myanmar: A sad picture at Ngwe Saung Beach

Sadness is reflected in this picture taken on a beach in Myanmar…..

Laurel and Hardy on location: Surprise

Spotting locations used on television or cinema is a pleasure. But sometimes you have to think hard. Do I know that place?

Apple Watch: Fall Detection gets an unexpected trial run

A fast car, a tight bend and a demonstration of Apple’s fall detection system…..

Better in B&W: Le Mans 1985 starting grid

John dusts off his negatives and finds a shot of the starting grid at the 1985 Le Mans 24-hour race. It’s better in black and white, he believes…..

Travels with the Ricoh GR: Myanmar Part I, Yangon

Almost three years ago our steps led us to the golden land known as Myanmar. That was before the election when the LND won a landslide victory. What was striking at the time was the people's hope for a more democratic regime…..

Workflow: The humble typewriter through rose-coloured glasses

Notebooks, typewriters, fountain pens: All should by rights be dead, foully killed off by the computer. But they live on.....

Leica Q: Joyful, impromptu shot from Oman

Sometimes the best shots come at the most unexpected moments — and often when you are unprepared.

Vive la Difference: Leica X1 and X2 compacts compared

The Leica X1 an X2 35mm-focal-length compacts have become something of a digital classic. Wayne has been out with both cameras for a back-to-back comparison and discovered some interesting differences in output

Paperless Office: Is it (nearly) here at long last?

Where are we it the much heralded paperless office? It isn’t here yet (not quite), but an efficient sheet-feed scanner and an intelligent digital storage system can turn you into a 95% paperless paragon