Lake at the bottom of the Caen Locks.
Cross processed. One of my favourite recent pics. Taken in the Imperial History Museum in London, this was a display showing the gas mask on a dummy. There is something really creepy about it.
My sister, doing a photo shoot, I decided to use this blown out over exposed finish.
Up on the Brecon Beacons.
Room in an Abbey, France.
Taken down on the South coast of England. Weather was ‘changeable’.
Phil coming out of the pool.
More fun with strobes! I finally got round to getting a second umbrella ordered, so now have the ability to shoot with two umbrellas using the speedlights. This is fine, except only one of these flashes (The SB-700) has manual controls – and I really don’t see the point in […]
So, I am learning. Taking pictures when I can using this basic knowledge and making mistakes constantly, just to prove how little I know. Down this route, however, lies some amazing photographs and indeed photographs with value, real cash value. I can see how people get the bug for playing […]
One thing that often concerns those who dabble with digital photography is how to deal with the files we shoot. Taking pictures is one skill, managing the resulting ”digital negatives” through to a final finished shot is another entirely. In this blog I will deal solely with the latter. More […]