Author Archives: LONDONRUBBISH

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Searching

Taken on a beach on the Isle of Wight. I spotted this guy about to walk past me at the very last minute. I was lucky to get a clear shot and only had to clone out one small child.

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Cornillon

This is Cornillon in southern France, a beautiful little village up in the hills. We stayed just down the road and strolled through some vineyards to get there. I’ve tweaked levels and added a selective colour layer to make the … Continue reading

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Harley

Just returned from a week in the south of France with a stack load of postable shots. This one was the easiest to process and one of my favourites, more to follow.

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The Crow

I was drawn to this lone crow against the imposing sky. Tinkered with in Lightroom, with some final tweaks in Photoshop. If you’re interested, the original is here.

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Spinnaker

This is the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth. I was heading back from the Isle of Wight on Sunday evening and the light was just perfect for a blue sky shot. I tinkered with this image for some time tweaking the … Continue reading

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Winter Lake

This one was inspired by David Nightingale’s Winter Lake. I still very much prefer his image to mine, just getting the colour palette right to make it look cold is quite tricky. This was taken in Dulwich Park a week … Continue reading

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Well, I had to get a new image up and take my decorations down. It is the 12th day of Christmas and all. This one was taken on Boxing Day in Kesley Park, Beckenham.

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I thought I should post an image that was a little more Festive. I’d seen a few of this style knocking around on Flickr and thought I’d have a go at doing one myself. The camera will be concentrating on … Continue reading