Abandoned Hospital HDR

Quite often you will see images of abandoned and derelict buildings processed in HDR to really extract the details of things like peeling wallpaper and broken floor tiles. So on my latest outing I took the same approach by taking several bracketed exposures to create the images you see below in this post. One of […]

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Night Photography

In a relatively small country like England, night photography can be extra challenging because you are never too far from civilisation. It is equally unfortunate that I live in the Midlands which is a very populated area and if I wanted to have any chance of seeing some real stars then I’d have to go […]

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British Waterways Van

As you grow as a photographer you learn many new techniques whether they are within the camera or in post-processing. HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography is something I learnt a while back but it wasn’t until the past few months did I come to realise that less is more. The process of HDR is famously […]

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London Street Photography

Street Photography is something that I haven’t been doing for very long but has easily become one of my favourite types of photography. This was in fact, the first time I had done any street photography and where better to do it than London? So in June 2012 I went down to London and here […]

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Selective Colour

Selective colour in photography is traditionally when you choose a single object (or several) of the same colour to keep in colour and turn the rest of the image black and white. It is also something that is seen as extremely cliché and quite often gets bashed in photography communities. There are of course occasions […]

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A Level Time-lapse

For my A Level Photography course I chose to experiment with time-lapse sequences. The theme I was working to involved man’s intrusion on the planet which I showed by doing time-lapses of a motorway, canal and the London Eye.

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