Taken outside St Paul's cathedral last summer (2018) with the Ricoh GR II. Originally I took this as a black and white shot but the colour treatement and the noise give it an analogue feel. Coupled with the chaps hat and the man in the suit this photo feels much older than it is.
Parts of London are festoned with rainbows to celebrate Pride. London Pride is this weekend. The staircase in One New Change at St Paul's has been given the rainbow treatment. It adds a nice pop of colour to this drab, grey city space. I decided to enhance the photo to highlight the rainbow and show … Continue reading Pride
Revisiting a flat, lifeless image and turning it into a dynamic black and white street photo.
Reflecting on a (rare) rainy day in London
The post where I really struggled to find a relevant, witty and engaging title!
Capturing the timeless architecture of the dome of St Paul's Cathedral in London.
I have entered another Photography competition - this time, Art on a Postcard. The Hepatitis C Trust’s fundraising arm, Art on a Postcard will transform into Photography on a Postcard for the month of October. We plan to replicate the success we’ve had in the art world with photography and we are looking for upcoming talent … Continue reading Up there with Martin Parr?
I made myself take a proper lunch break in the week and took my Fuji X70 out with me on my walk. I had no plan and no route but snapped away whenever I felt inspired. Some things I've shot before. Some I haven't. I also tried a more abstract approach to street photography which … Continue reading More London and a Weekend of Photography
The title of today's blog came from a statement I made to Tilly when I was preparing my post run smoothie. I have blended fresh strawberries, frozen raspberries, Greek yogurt and Clementine juice only to realise I had forgotten the banana! Hence "It's not a smoothie without the banana" was born! (It's been a long … Continue reading It’s not a smoothie without the banana!