You may not have heard the name Tom Ryaboi, but if you keep an eye on the news then you may well have seen his work. Among other genre's of photography, Tom is fond of 'rooftopping'. Rooftopping is the 'art' of climbing to the top of structures including building, cranes and bridges, and capturing the moment in time in a photograph.
Many images are saved in their digital format, but far shares are made into a hard copy. These often serve a special purpose, from images that are printed and framed to images that are printed and sent to commemorate a special event. If you are looking to source the correct photo paper to meet your needs, here’s how to go about evaluating various options.
Sharing your images online couldn't be easier. There are countless sites dedicated to allowing you to upload your photos and share them with the world. But what if want to create a site dedicated to your work. It's not as hard as you might think, however, there are certain things to consider in order to optimise your site visibility and functionality.
The river Thames floods to a certain extent every year. This year it has risen exceptionally high and broken it's banks in various areas. The below images were taken in and around Marlow in Buckinghamshire.
Tattoos can offer a whole new and different dynamic to a candid or portrait photos. Providing a focus for an image differing from 'the norm', the colours and designs can be used to great effect if captured correctly.... 7150
It's probably going against the grain of the general festive feelings of this time of year but...........Sleepy Hollowesque images from a recent trip to a local lake....
After (or maybe during) all of the rain here in the UK, there has inevitably been some flooding. Although this is obviously not a great thing to put up with, it does present some interesting alternative landscape photo opportunities.