Posts Tagged ‘photograph’

Spring Has Sprung!

It has been such a beautiful day here in London, it really feels as if Spring is properly on the way, and whilst I passed some beautiful blossom and primulas when out today I didn’t have my camera with me.   So to celebrate the coming of Spring, here’s a shot taken in Cornwall about […]


Another Magazine Feature!

Another Magazine Feature!

In December 2011 I was contacted by Steve Harnell, the Operations Editor at ‘Practical Photoshop’ magazine, after he saw one of my images ‘Communication’ on the Photoradar website, where I posted it ages ago and promptly forgot all about it.  Steve wondered if I would like to feature on the Image Review page that they run […]


A Walk in Richmond Park

A Walk in Richmond Park

A week ago I met my friend Cat for a photowalk in Richmond Park, an arrangement we had made some time previously, but we were incredibly lucky with the weather on the day as the sky was clear blue and the sun was shining. The light was beautiful and warm, brightening up a Winter day […]


The Tower

The Tower

Another view of the Elizabethan Tower at Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent, United Kingdom, to link to my previous image ‘Magic Castle’.  This one features three separate textures to enhance and colour various sections of the image, which was shot on a sunny Spring day, so I wanted to warm up the bricks slightly in order […]


Flora

Flora

After struggling for some time to produce any new work that I considered remotely satisfactory, I decided to step away from my usual UrbEx subjects and try something completely different, to see if I could get some of my lost inspiration to return. These are both two photographs combined, of Camelias covered in droplets of […]


Article in RPS Digital Imaging Group Magazine

Article in RPS Digital Imaging Group Magazine

I was commissioned to write this article for the journal of one of the sub-groups of The Royal Photographic Society, the Digital Imaging Group, which is for members who use computer manipulation on their photographs using various available software and techniques. These pages are reproduced with kind permission of the Editor of the journal, Dr […]


Bovington Tank Museum

Bovington Tank Museum

  Last weekend Mark and I visited the Bovington Tank Museum in Dorset, and spent several absorbing hours wandering around with our cameras.  It was a fascinating museum, packed full of tanks, and we were both surprised at the sheer number of different ones that there were. I decided quite early on to focus mainly […]


Balloons Ancient and Modern

Balloons Ancient and Modern

Had lunch with my Mum today, and she showed me her recently compiled album of vintage postcards, all of which were from the Isle of Man.  Imagine my surprise and delight when I came across the one below, of two Victorian ladies posing in a resigned but not altogether grumpy fashion in a fabulous propellered […]


My ARPS Panel ‘Left Behind’

My ARPS Panel 'Left Behind'

These 15 images form my panel for Associateship the Royal Photographic Society.  Regarding Associateship, the Society’s website states:  “The second level of The Society’s Distinctions is the Associateship – a significant step up from Licentiateship. While in the Licentiateship  we are looking for basic competence and skill, to be successful at Associateship level you need to […]


Royal Photographic Society International Projected Image Exhibition 2010 UPDATE

Royal Photographic Society International Projected Image Exhibition 2010 UPDATE

I am very pleased to announce that my photograph “Beauty Ensnared” has been accepted for the General Digital category of Royal Photographic Society International Projected Image Exhibition 2010. The opening of the Exhibition and presentation of Awards will be hosted by The Society’s North Wales Region at The Craig y Don Community Centre, Llandudno on […]


“Cut” – The Making of an Image

"Cut" - The Making of an Image

I have recently been experimenting with multiple texture overlays in CS3, to create slightly more abstract images as I start to move down the path of Fine Art Photography, and a comment from one of my friends on Flickr has prompted me to write this piece.  Jeremy said “I have no idea what I’m looking […]

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