Here’s a small collection of images from a recent photo shoot – getting in some more practice photographing people What did these images teach me? That using a wide angle lens to shoot portraits is both challenging and rewarding, and[…]
Another shot of the Somerset Levels under flood water – this one taken on my phone. What did this image teach me? That I needed to buy a new set of wellies – as my feet got really quite wet[…]
Highland cows have a certain charm that you don’t often see in a cow… don’t you think? What did this image teach me? That removing hundreds of tiny flies in post production is a fun game, to start with, and[…]
This is the inside of the dome that sits over the entrance to the V&A museum, London. What did this image teach me? If in doubt… look up.
I certainly don’t envy the window cleaners that have to keep these huge, mostly glass, skyscrapers clean! What did this image teach me? That height is something for other people… I’m happy with my feet on the ground. Also, there’s[…]
Obviously, given the lack of scaffolding in this shot, this was taken a few years ago – on a beautiful sunny day in London.
I should know what type of bird this is, but I don’t… any suggestions? What did I learn from this image? That I should put more effort into working out exactly what I’m taking photographs of…
I wouldn’t say I particularly have a distinctive and consistent photography style – but I do like black and white images, playing with the texture, shape, and the way light interacts with subjects fascinates me. What did this image teach[…]
I was fortunate enough to visit Reims a few years ago, where I managed to capture the amazing light show that they project onto the side of the Cathedral. An ever changing light show. What did these images teach me?[…]
One of many unusual pieces of architecture that you can find whilst wandering around the streets of London. I wish I could tell you where I was when I took this – but unfortunately I didn’t keep a note of[…]