There are few better ways of preserving memories and the stories behind photographs than in photo books. In today's digital age, it's become even easier to create albums and photo books. All you have to do is design as many as you want on your computer and print them out as you like. Stored in your computer, your precious photos…
If you're a traditionalist then the sight of Daffodils flowering in the UK signals Easter. This year Easter's late (a month away) but no one seems to have told nature!
One of the photographers I have in my circle on Google+ is Andy Lee. Andy takes spectacular photographs of mountain ranges. It's not simply the awe inspiring location that makes for such a great image, it's the work Andy puts into the lighting and post processing that stands his work apart from other, similar, photographers. Below are some great examples of mountain photography.
A few shots from a local heathland during sunrise this morning.
As storms batter the English coastline, and rain seems to be a constant feature of 2014, it's difficult to motivate yourself to get out and take some photos. Once your out, everything is so grey that it's hard to get motivated. ONe solution is to practice long exposure photography and give it a bit of B&W treatment :)
An early start to catch the colours cast by the sunrise in Henley this morning. The place is still pretty flooded due to the fact that it's rained every day since New Years!
Google+ is an excellent resource and community for photographers. The combination of some great functionality and a strong community of like minded individuals makes for a great place to share, learn and teach others about taking photos. There are ways, however, that you can alienate yourself and really test the patience of other users, and be 'uncool'!