This site includes several options allowing the user to adjust the settings to suit their requirements and provide greater accessibility.
Adjusting the Text size
Changing your text size in Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Select 'Text Size' from the 'View' menu.
2. Select from the list of predefined text sizes ranging from 'Largest' to 'Smallest'
Changing your text size in Firefox:
1. Select 'Zoom' from the 'View' menu.
2. Select 'Zoom In' or 'Zoom Out' to adjust the font size accordingly.
Alternatively you can adjust your text size in many browsers by holiding down the 'Ctrl' key (PC) and using your mouse scroll wheel to increase or decrease your text size. Alternatively, again hold down the 'Ctrl' key and use the '+' (plus) and '-' (minus) keys to alter size.
Keyboard Shortcuts (Access Keys)
This website includes integrated keyboard shortcuts, known as Access Keys, to allow quick access to pages and provide quick and easy navigation for users without, or who have difficulty using a mouse.
The keyboard shortcuts can be used from any page in the site and are listed below:
1 = Home
2 = News and Press
3 = Photography
4 = Web Design
5 = About
6 = Contact
To use these access keys follow the instructions below:
Microsoft Internet Explorer - press 'Alt' and shortcut character above together, release, then press enter.
Firefox - press 'Shift' and 'Alt' and shortcut character above together
Despite the ongoing Brexit uncertainty, it seems the Brits still love their holidays. I've covered a variety of events - from travel industry roadshows, tour operator previews, travel agent networking events, holiday prize give-aways to store promotions. Read more...
An amazing gig that I was lucky enough to be asked to photograph - old friends The Real People and new kids on the block The Cheap Thrills - legendary night. Read more...
I caught up with some of the climate protesters in London recently - Extinction Rebellion Cyclists in central London / Tate Modern Read more...
Liverpool, June 2019
Randomly found two skulls placed on a tree stump in the woods.
Final image - Kings of Europe for the 6th time - not the greatest of finals but sweet victory for Liverpool FC and many all night celebrations across the city over the weekend. Fab times !
By Liverpool photographer David J Colbran, please contact me for usage outside Tumblr
"As a new business, it was very important to me to get the right publicity photographs for my marketing materials. When I met David, he listened carefully to what I was trying to achieve with my brand, and then produced fabulous photographs that were exactly what I needed. He was extremely professional throughout but also nice and friendly. Myself and my clients found it easy to relax with him, which was essential to create the right vibe for the shoot. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone."