Tag Archives: people
Recently i was out with a friend for a Saturday afternoon drink. As we sat in one of the pubs in the late afternoon we spotted these two wonderful ladies all dressed up. Although it may have seemed a little … Continue reading
This was a quick capture during the recent Derby Summer Beer Festival It’s always nice to see happy smiling faces…and the beer festival tends to bring about a good few of them. P.T.
I’ve been told this photo is cute, which is what i also thought at the time. Of course there’s a bit more to it than the fact it’s cute. In a way i don’t feel the need to explain it, … Continue reading
Apparently the world will end tomorrow!
The first ever official Derby Zombie Walk took place on Saturday 29th October. Derby Kids Camp Derbyshire Association For the Blind Save the Children Organised by Deafbox Promotions, Shaun Bunting, Richard Tabletop Hemingray, Jason Dozer Andrasi Acording to the local … Continue reading
Whilst at an event recently i suddenly saw an opportunity to try some artistic photos using my Lensbaby Composer. I’d not really had much opportunity to use it lately, but looking at a small group practicing their drumming, i started … Continue reading
Last Saturday i found myself standing outside a hall that was holding a folk festival. Having just tried to capture something of the event with a hundred or so people singing in an acoustically wonderful foyer, and realising that you … Continue reading
This isn’t the best photograph i’ve ever taken, and if it wasn’t for the comment from the losers in the photo, then i’d probably not even be showing it. I was looking at reflections in an empty shop window. This … Continue reading
Whist out taking photographs in the street i started to notice just how many people are using a mobile phone, whether talking or texting. It started in London during the Royal Wedding whilst taking candid style portraits. Looking at the … Continue reading
In 1985 the French secret service planted two bombs on the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior. This was to stop Greenpeace campaigning against nuclear testing. The ship was sunk and the photographer, Fernando Pereira, was killed. Instead of quitting, Greenpeace charted … Continue reading
I like to “shoot from the hip” sometimes (shoot candidly with the camera held low by the hip) It’s something the G9 was great for as it was a good size to hold firmly. As a DSLR is bigger and … Continue reading
At the end of a day of photographing in Nuneaton, Gary and myself went looking for the cafe we’d stopped of at at the start of the day. We saw this busker and both grabbed our cameras. You can see … Continue reading