One Stormy Saturday

One Stormy Saturday

Probably not the best idea ever but standing in the middle of a field during a storm is sometimes necessary. All images (except the tree) take using an 8mm Fisheye, the tree one is using a 17-70mm. Processed in Photoshop and Pixlr.
20 Crazy Good Photographers I Found On Google+

20 Crazy Good Photographers I Found On Google+

If you've been visiting FPR for any length of time you'll know I'm a huge fan of Google+. It's not a social network for everyone, but for photographers, it's awesome. To encourage those of you not using G+, and to give those of you that are a few more photogs to add, here's 20 stupidly epic photographers.
So You Want To Start A Photography Website?

So You Want To Start A Photography Website?

FPR's been around for a while now (about 6 years). There's over 600 articles of all types included on the site and each one takes time and thought to create. Starting a photography website isn't as simple as 'get hosting, upload photos, write something', it takes planning perseverance and time, lot's of time! Below are a few of the things I've learned about running a photography site which should help anyone thinking of becoming a webmaster.
Summer Scene

Summer Scene

There's wonderful photographic opportunities everywhere, you just have to keep your eyes open and see them. This scene is on the curbside of a main road, right next to a car park. 10617
Angry Skies Ahead

Angry Skies Ahead

Great skies in the south of England today. There's a mixture of blue sky with white cloud and then, 5 minutes down the road, dark stormy clouds. Great for the garden and photography!
Lilly, Shadow And Light

Lilly, Shadow And Light

Not great weather this evening (and I've had a couple of beers:) ) so I decided to capture a few images of some lilies that we have in a vase. It's great to use an external flash so you can record different ways in which light and shadow effect the scene.