Tag Archive: Black and White

Abstract Long Exposure

I thought a little abstract long exposure would be a good idea – considering I had lost the light by the time I arrived at my location. This is an old wind tower… Continue reading

Seeing Stars…

Whilst on a studio shoot, I idly wondered what sort of effect you get if you used a star filter with an LED ring light. It turns out the effect is very interesting… Continue reading

Alone in the Dark

Another from my shoot – using shadow and negative space, along with great work from the model (who was absolutely awesome and worked extremely hard). For a higher quality version – please visit my… Continue reading

The Magic of a Smile

From a natural light shoot with a very talented local model, I got this lovely natural light shot. For a higher quality version, please see my Flickr page. Photography stuff: 50mm lens, 1/80… Continue reading

Chichester Harbour

It was threatening rain, and we eventually got soaked, but it was a great day at Chichester harbour. If you get one of those days with a threatening sky, be patient – if… Continue reading

Dell Quay

Dell Quay in Sussex consists of a little cluster of houses, along with a pub, at the end of a narrow lane. There are quite a few boats around – so there are things… Continue reading

Photographers Eye

Trying my hand at low key lighting in a studio – which I found very enjoyable. Low key lighting is actually quite straightforward as you generally use only one light, and it gives… Continue reading

The Artist

Local artist Ken Mottram, working on his amazing pen drawings at Croome Court, Worcestershire. We had a chat with him, after which he was kind enough to allow me to take a few… Continue reading

Studio Shoot

Well – my first studio shoot, and with a professional model. Exciting times! I’ve learned a lot on this shoot. It was well worth paying a professional model, as she did all the… Continue reading

Lock 46

Lock 46 on the Tardebigge flight of locks, Worcester and Birmingham canal. The Tardebigge flight is the longest flight of locks in the U.K, raising the level of the canal 220 feet in… Continue reading