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Something i’ve been meaning to try out for quite awhile is moving the camera whilst making an exposure. I’ve seen some really nice images by people doing this. As we’re having some rather murky weather at the moment with heavy … Continue reading
Tagged black and white, camera movement, experiment, experimental, foggy, handheld, long exposure, mist, monochrome, murky day, photography, slow shutter, split toning, woodland, woods
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It was a beautiful foggy day recently when we headed out to Bamford Edge in the Peak District National Park. A couple of climbers emerged out of the fog. It’s only a short climb but the cloud hugging the valley … Continue reading
Tagged Bamford Edge, black and white, climbers, cloud, Derbyshire, fog, foggy, foggy day, monochrome, Olympus Pen-F, outdoor activity, outdoors, Peak District National Park, people, photography, rock climbers, UK
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Whilst wandering about what’s left of the St Augustine’s Hospital (lunatic asylum) in Kent, i heard a shout from my mate Marcus to come over to a door. The door was in a hole in the floor and obviously offered … Continue reading
Tagged 2016, abandoned, abandoned building, black and white, derelict, dereliction, door, graffiti, Kent, lunatic asylum, monochrome photography, photography, St Augustine's Hospital, UK, urban decay, urban exploration, UrbEx
On our visit up the Yorkshire coast last week, with my mate Gary, we stopped off at Flamborough Head near Bridlington. We first pulled up at Flamborough Cliffs and had a bit of a scout around. The first thing we … Continue reading
Posted in Monochrome, Outdoors
Tagged black and white, cliffs, coast, coastline, Flamborough Cliffs, Flamborough Head, landscape, monochrome, North Sea, old, photography, rocks, rust, rusting, sea, seascape, tractor, UK, Yorkshire
For whatever reason i quite like to not have people in photos a lot of the time. Maybe it’s the desolate non human element? The other day whilst up in Filey, on the Yorkshire coast, with my mate Gary it … Continue reading
Posted in Monochrome, Outdoors
Tagged beach, black and white, coast, coastline, empty, empty beach, Filey, greyness, humanless, monochrome photography, North Sea, photography, puddles, resort, sea, seaside, UK, water, Yorkshire
I recently decided to buy a new lens! The process of buying a new lens is often quite long and thoughtful as it’s quite an expense to those of us on low incomes. You have to think a lot about … Continue reading
As i’ve recently bought the Lensbaby fisheye lens, a few examples of which can be seen in my last post here, i decided i should try a few nudes as well. Perching the camera on a Gorillapod, i tried a … Continue reading
Posted in Fisheye Photography, Monochrome, Nudes
Tagged art nude, art nude photography, black and white, circular fisheye, decay, derelict building, dereliction, fisheye photography, full frontal nudity, graffiti, Lensbaby, Lensbaby fisheye, male nude photography, male nudity, monochrome, monochrome photography, multiple exposure, Naked UrbEx, nude, nudity, photography, self portrait, selfie, UrbEx