I love this image. There’s too much going on in the background and around the potter, but you can sense his focus and concentration. Your eyes get immediately drawn into the centre of the picture and you’re painting the bowl … Continue reading
Taken from a pod on the London Eye earlier this year.
Having not got out with the camera at the weekend I was left with either, delving into the archives or experimenting in Photoshop with a recent image. I chose the latter. This was a pretty boring shot of rolling greens … Continue reading
This is the County Hall Island Block in London and demolition work has just started to tear it to the ground. It’s been sitting empty gathering graffiti (and god knows what else) for the last twenty years and it’s going … Continue reading
Another from the Alternative Fashion Show, but this has been heavily cropped from the original. As I was trimming the ninety odd shots I did take, I nearly deleted this one as it was out of focus and the background … Continue reading
The weather has been dull and very cold – not great for photography so here’s one from the archives. Another HDR, although this time you can clearly see it is. Three exposures at -1, -0.5 and 0 from a single … Continue reading
I’m really not sure about this one. Having nothing else to post I thought I would try a photoshop exercise with an archived shot. I’m not sure if the selection I made around The Clock Tower, to darken the sky, … Continue reading
Ok, so I know this isn’t very relevant for Valentine’s, but there you go, you can’t have everything. This was taken at Brighton beach over the weekend and as before I have no idea what this is. Maybe Michelle can … Continue reading
9. He can be whoever you want him to be. 10. He is a black man. Make up your own 9 and 10. 9. He uses a PC but wants to switch to a Mac 10. But wonders how Aperture … Continue reading
I visited Colchester Zoo with some friends at the weekend and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I’m a little unsure of my feelings about zoos, but it was clean, well kept and all the animals looked very healthy … Continue reading
Delving back into the archives for this one. Thanks for all the comments on yesterday’s post, but with Paul Woolrich’s comment I’m starting to feel I’ve got something to live up to now. I’m not sure if I like that … Continue reading
Did I scare you? Happy Halloween.
It’s still raining, so continuing on from yesterday’s post that was taken indoors, here’s another set indoor piece and Photoshop exercise. This is one of my work colleagues and I just loved the ring she was wearing and she’s also … Continue reading
I know you’ve probably seen hundreds of images of rubber ducks, I know I have, and most of them were far better than this. But recently I’ve not captured much that I’m happy with. So at the weekend when I … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to try this for some time, having seen the work of Canon-Craig, but I could never seem to find the right images to put side by side. These were both taken on the South Bank yesterday afternoon. … Continue reading
Tracey Neuls has recently opened a lovely little shoe shop TN_29 in Marylebone Lane, London. Each individually designed shoe hangs from the ceiling by a ribbon. A quirky and novel way to display footwear that caught my eye as I … Continue reading