Good photography is an important part of sales and marketing. In this article and video, you will see the simple set-up I use for photographing of my woodturning. The same techniques can be used to photograph virtually anything, though. Top Tips from the video: 1: Control Over Lighting: Using adjustable lights with a dimmer switch […]
Recently, I’ve been using the range of stencils I designed for my Hampshire Sheen business. They are a range of precision cut professional quality paint masking vinyl designs for woodturners and other artists. Here are my top tips on using the range (and others available). Using stencils is great fun and very rewarding. Getting to […]
In most demonstrations, I get asked a lot of questions about how I sharpen my tools on my Robert Sorby Pro Edge sharpening system. First streamed 7th April 2020.
Our lathe beds come under all sorts of punishment from constant sliding up and down of banjos and tail stocks to sprays, colours and oils. In this post, I share my top tips on keeping your bed smooth with the use of a dry lubricant.
Sanding your work is one thing, sanding it well is another. In this post, I’ll share my top bowl sanding tips on getting it right every time to produce an item that is not just gorgeous, but something that could be saleable.
Buying timber should be an easy thing to do, but it’s not like buying a standard product from a shop because you don’t fully know what you are going to get. In this post, I’ll share with you some tips on getting the best out of buying timber blanks online.