Posts written by Chris Lloyd

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Instagram Collection

Instagram quite often gets a bad rap in the photography community, and if you’re not sure why you can check out the article I linked to in this week’s inspiration post. I however am on the pro Instagram side of things. It is a great way to share quick snapshots of places you visit or […]

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Model Trains

Miniature photography can easily be faked by using a tilt shift lens or using post-processing techniques. Making real life objects seem small can be really interesting, but in this set of images I have captured real miniature objects; specifically model trains.

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The Market

Street photography can be challenging. You can either stand around waiting for something to happen or you can go out and search for it. I personally prefer to go out and look for it. One of my favourite places to go are markets. They are busy with plenty of interaction to be captured. Recently I […]

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Derelict House

Derelict buildings make for great subject matter as they contain a lot of detail and history. This particular building was subject to a fire and has been left to rot.

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Cows and Horses

A couple of weeks ago I purchased the Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8 L IS II lens and after a while I have finally been able to go out and use it.

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A Second Attempt

It was back in June 2012 when I first attempted Street Photography and it was totally unlike anything I had ever done before. Up until that point I had only really shot land and cityscapes, never once had I actually considered using people as my subject matter.

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