Finding the time for photography can be difficult. We all have busy lives, commitments and things we need to be getting on with, all of which seem to get in the way of our passions. I took this photo before work yesterday, at 6am, the only window I've had this week for a mini shoot :/
The countryside is a great subject for photography anyway, but at sunset it takes on a whole new level and becomes a photographers dream. This is a local field next to a pub (convenient), you have to walk through the field to get to the lake that I shoot so much.
Being stuck indoors on a rainy day needn't be a write off where your photography's concerned. There's loads of interesting, new and productive photography related things you can do to keep yourself amused and your creative juices flowing!
10 stop filters increase the exposure by ten stops which allow the slight motion of any scene to be captured. Often used to photograph scenes containing clouds and water, the final image contains scenes of smoke like water and clouds that appear seared across the frame. Below are some examples of the great images taken using a 10 stop filter.
I was, well, mucking about with various post processing tools and software last night, and ended up with the below image. I know it's post processed within an inch of its life but I 'think' I like it, I'm not sure though???
Summer brings with it some wonderful photography opportunities that just aren't available at any other time of year. The warm weather allows us to spend more time outside, triggers colours and patterns in nature and is a time of year where everything is bathed in golden light every morning and evening. Here are some ideas for photography projects to get your teeth into this summer.
Literally a couple of metres off of a main road near to where I live is the below scene. I've driven past it many many times but, as it's on a corner, I always have my eyes on the road. This morning I stopped opposite to take a few shots and luckily noticed this gem of a nature scene....