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2014 Projects: Multiple Exposures Part I

Month Two of my monthly projects is Multiple Exposures. This is something I’ve been wanting to double exposure photography for quite a while. Traditionally Double/Multiple Exposure Photography was achieved by not winding the film on a taking another image on the same frame. Some digital cameras allow for you to multiple exposures however my Canon […]

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London Street Photography IV

I absolutely love London for street photography, as do many others. I took my new Canon 6D down there at the weekend and came back with the images you see below.

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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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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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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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