Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Indecisiveness Reigns Supreme!

Indecisiveness Reigns Supreme!

Help! Trying to decide which of these two photographs to enter for a competition, in the Urban black & white category, which is described as “from a gritty urban environmental portrait to a fine art architectural abstract. It’s not just the subject we are interested in, but the quality of the black & white image.” […]


Gallery Celebrates Social Media’s Impact on Photography

Gallery Celebrates Social Media’s Impact on Photography

Press Release from theprintspace: Leading East London photographic gallery theprintspace will make the virtual a reality this September when it opens its doors for SoShowMe, an exhibition curated entirely from its social media interactions. With the growing use of social media in our daily lives, theprintspace will enter new territories by showcasing – for the […]


Dungeness

Dungeness

Spent a day down at Dungeness in Kent, taking “serious” photos with my Nikon on the tripod in order to slow myself down, and really look at everything long and hard before pressing the shutter (landscape is not my forté); and also the LX3 in the usual 1:1 aspect ratio for B&W snaps (which can […]


“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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