The Richard Flint Photography Blog

Blog URL:http://www.richflintphoto.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:photography, photographer, film, digital, professional, landscape, commercial, reportage, photo
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:North Yorkshire
Location:York

A blog by a pro photographer that contains a mixture of photography news, features and posted images covering a wide variety of subjects



Latest Blog Posts



Marsco Manoeuvres

on Nov 11, 2023

It's been a week or two of veteran bands making a return to the spotlight. Even The Beatles released their final song which I actually thought was a wonderful finale and liked a lot. The band I want to talk about though is Orchestral Manoeuvres in th...

 Sometimes we judge things before we actually get to see them. I did that many years ago with the photography by Linda McCartney. I blame na├»ve youthful ignorance and also the massive Beatle hype bubble that will go on existing until the end of...

Old Haunts

on Sep 5, 2023

 Claymore Swords - Edinburgh Castle, 2015It's been catch-up time over the past few days regarding the blog. A tweak or two to the design and a new background and the site is ready for another few years.Looking back through the old posts was a st...

Changing Track

on Aug 31, 2023

 Maersk shipping container on the WCML rail route - November 2015It's been a long time since i posted on this blog, but what goes around comes around and the blog isn't closed quite yet.I've posted on my Darker Skies blog about the changes to Tw...

Wet Film U2

on Jun 23, 2021

No not the band but the high altitude aircraft that has been in service for over 60 years with the U.S military.Probably the most fascinating part of this documentary (around 17.30 mins) regards the cameras and photography used to capture the recon p...

Spotted this great video by Scott Manley on YouTube that looks at the history of cameras in space. Well worth a watch.

Three images from a visit to Edinburgh earlier this month.Wedding photos on Calton HillLooking down from the EsplanadeThe Big wheel viewed from Princes Street...