Took a trip out last night to capture some low light landscapes in the fog. Unfortunately the fog had lifted by the time I got to my location (typical), but I managed to get a couple of shots I was happy with.
I took a quick trip to Windsor last night as I was at a loose end. Initially I wanted to capture Eton Bridge, but, due to the number of people still milling about, I couldn't get the shot I wanted. The below 2 shots were as a result of looking for an alternative, which, more often than not, results in images that are very pleasing :)
There are many different types of photographer, which is one reason that the results are so diverse. If you were to categorise these varying styles and traits, they might look something like the below....just for fun :)
I spent last weekend in Paris with my lovely wife and some good friends. It was my first time in Paris and, although very expensive, Paris is a lovely city, full of lovely people and sights. Below are a few of the photos that I took whilst exploring those sights :)
If your anything like me, then you're a bit of a loner when it comes to your photography. I like being alone when taking photos, I can do what I want, take as much time over 1 photo as I need, and don't have to worry about someone else. There are, however, certain advantages of teaming up for a shoot, especially with someone new to photography.
Photography isn't just about taking a photo, framing it and hanging it on a wall or in a gallery any more. With the internet being such a large part of our personal and professional lives, taking the photo is just the beginning of the process. Once we have an image, there's the post processing using online tools and cloud software, sharing it online, on various networks and all of the tools to back up our work and keep track of what's going on generally.
Winter is often the season that creates the most chaos on the roads. But it's also my favorite time of your for photography. The world changes and takes on a magical, quieter and more peaceful appearance, which is great for capturing on camera. Below are a few quick tips to help you achieve some great winter photography images.