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Asking a stranger for their permission before you take the photograph always changes the dynamic in street photography. Why not give it a try…? Taken with the Fuji X-T1 and the XF 56mm f/1.2 portrait lens. Click to view full … Continue reading
Taken with the Fuji X-T1 and the XF 56mm f/1.2 portrait lens. Click to view full size.
Street photography can be a strange and intimidating experience. One technique you can try to make it easier and more focused is to set out with a specific subject in mind and then allow the shots to form around that. … Continue reading
The fact that black and white photography is thriving so many years after the advent of colour film is testimony to the impact that this medium can have when trying to capture memorable images. Berlin as a city lends itself … Continue reading
The difference between a good photograph and a mediocre one normally comes down to one thing – the quality and direction of the light. This can be illustrated quite easily by looking at two photographs taken within minutes of each … Continue reading
West Pier Brighton, England Taking photographs of moving water can be a very satisfying way of expanding your creative expression and is relatively straightforward. I was looking to create an atmospheric shot that was worthy of the abandoned pier. This … Continue reading
A Winter Tree on Parliament Hill Parliament Hill Fields Rumbling under blackened girders, Midland, bound for Cricklewood, Puffed its sulphur to the sunset where that Land of Laundries stood. Rumble under, thunder over, train and tram alternate go, Shake the … Continue reading