I watched James Popsys latest video and it's echoed a lot of what I am feeling about social media and online photo communities. I understand the irony in using an online video to make this point but this is one of only three videos in about two weeks online that I've watched. https://youtu.be/wratnFKiTO4 If I'm … Continue reading My view of photography communities online/social media
People watching at Photo London this weekend. People really do come in all shapes and sizes! Processed direct in my Pen f with a crop and straighten in post.
Somerset House May 2019 Taken at #photolondon this weekend. Of all the shots I took this candid shot of the curator on his phone is my favourite.
Our nephew celebrated his passing out today. He is now an MOD Police Officer. I was taken by this view of the Chief Constable watching the new recruits as they embark on their new life in the force. I took my Pen f and my nifty fifty as I'd only planned to shoot portraits. I'd … Continue reading The New Recruits
First shot straight out of my new Olympus Pen f. I'm very impressed with the camera so far and it is a great weight and size. It's got more megapixels than the EM5 MKII and is faster (as it's newer). I don't have a lot of time to try it but set up the front … Continue reading #straightoutofcamera
Busily collecting nectar off the tiny flowers on the shrub at the back of the garden.I managed to catch this little guy with my EM5 MKII and my Lumix nifty fifty. I am increasingly surprised by this lens. For a standard prime it's very sharp and capable.It's probably the lens I may keep on my … Continue reading Busy bee.
I put together my submission for my LRPS entry yesterday and had 15 shots printed onto board for the submission. I stuck with the 10 I had originally decided to include in my hanging plan which meant this photo of a clematis didn't make the cut. I really like this photograph but to obtain the … Continue reading Clematis
Although this looks like a single image it's actually a composite. I put this through Lightroom to merge the images and ended up with this sweeping wave along the beach. I like the added drama and the emphasis on the water breaking on the shore. It's not what I expected to develop from the process … Continue reading Wave to the fisherman…