Patterns are everywhere in our world. We see them every minute of every day and, more often than not, we usually won't notice them. From the surface of a river to stone walls lining a field, pretty much everything has a pattern, even our behaviour.
Back in June I broke my wrist whilst playing football. I think I took it pretty well, initially thinking it was just a sprain, until I got to the hospital and was told that it was fractured in 3 places and that I had also crushed a number of bones. This news was closely followed by an operation to fit…
I am sure that everyone is aware of the incredible achievement made by Felix Baumgartner on 14th October. Jumping from over 120,000 feet Felix broke the speed of sound while free falling to earth before deploying his parachute and sailing successfully back to earth.
Advertising photography is always an excellent source of inspiration. With the ever increasing use of Photoshop, there is no scene that cannot be recreated to look like a photograph even if it is physically impossible. Here are some great examples of creative advertising photography.
Huge congratulations to Brian Hennessy, who is the winner of the Point101/FPR competition to win £100 to spend on a variety of great print products on Point101's site!
I have pretty much exhausted every photography location within 10 miles of where I live, or so I thought. Right opposite where I live is the location for the below shots. It may look like an beauty spot in the middle of nowhere but, as the final shot shows, it's right next to the A40, one of the busiest roads in the UK.
Noticed a bunch of flies buzzing around a spot light tonight whilst taking photos of a nearby weir. Photos of the weir didn't come out to well but I was happy with this one :)