A bleak weekend

Not the brightest of weekends but the opportunity to try and capture the mood, the light and the snow with a time-lapse video. This is my largest volume of shots yet to create this time-lapse – nearly 2,000 photos!

London.

All shot on Victoria Embankment, London during a short walk along the Thames to clear my head. It’s amazing what you see when you look.

Morning has broken

I have been experimenting with timelapse photography and have managed to capture a sunrise from our bedroom window that I am very pleased with. My camera does not have a timelapse function, this is a combination of using the anti-shake option and an external shutter release.  It sounds complicated but once you get used to…

Practice makes perfect

As much as I can I am going to try and take my camera with me every day or take a photo with it (at home) every day. I’d also like to extend this to learning Lightroom to get the results I want. I have made a start this week with the following photographs. Check…

Oh… The Exposure!

  Double exposure to be exact… A small series of portraits that reflect the individual and some hidden information about them. Richard – composed with London bus. Enda – Photo of my landing approach into London City airport. Me – Warehouses of NYC I am still on the look out for models for my portrait…

I’ve been cheating on you with another…

I have neglected my blog a little of late as I have been incredibly busy but I also have a confession… Since I have embarked on my photography course with the British Academy of Photography I have been keeping myself busy with assignments and learning how to use Lightroom. As I have paid for a…