Cox Bay. Olympus EM5 MKII. 1/80 f/20 ISO 200 It's a chilly crisp day in the UK and I'm lying in bed thinking of my travels. My mind always leads me back to my favourite places and Cox's Bay on Vancouver Island is one of them. I decided to have a look through the many … Continue reading Summer in Canada
Post producing an iPhone snap I took in Vancouver whilst on a run a couple years ago.
First of a series of photos which I have given new life through post production.
I am very pleased with my progress through my Photography course with the British Academy of Photography. So much so, I have put together a video to showcase a collection of my photographs and timelapse videos I have shot whilst embarking on this journey. Take a look: https://youtu.be/g-atHYwP3zc Please do let me know what you think … Continue reading Montage
I know I ran yesterday but I have been at home all day. Working in the study (which is the coldest room in the house) and the weather has been lovely. As I have had such a sedate day (physically) I decided I would go for another run to enjoy the lovely weather. I am … Continue reading Another 5K but no ordinary day…
I have put together a collection of video compilations from our recent holiday in Vancouver and Tofino, Canada. These were shot with my iPhone, Polaroid Cube and Panasonic Lumix camera. Each video collection is an ekletic mix of highlights from our travels. I hope you enjoy this series! The first video was shot at Vancouver, Stanley Park … Continue reading Canada Video Collection – Vancouver, Stanley Park and the Aquarium
https://www.flickr.com/photos/swtrunkguy/17168686450/ I could say so much about our trip to Vancouver and Vancouver Island but it would take as long to write as it would to experience it. https://www.flickr.com/photos/swtrunkguy/16733834364/ I cannot fault this holiday, Canada is such a beautiful and friendly place. We have experienced so much during the past two weeks and I will … Continue reading Beautiful British Columbia
Captured with my Polaroid Cube.
View the stats on Strava (faster than last time I was here 🙂 )
Part 1. Colchester to Vancouver