Since this is my first post, I thought it’d be best to post up some of what I consider to be my best images as a way to introduce myself.

The image below is what I consider to be my first ever good photograph. It is one where everything seemed to work and the right moment was captured.

This image was taken for my A Level coursework where I had selected the theme of “Trees in Photography”. The idea behind the image was to use the naked winter trees to create a dark atmosphere. It was also one of the first photographs taken with my Canon EF 50mm f1.8.

Out of all the images from my first attempt at street photography this is the one that stood out the most. One of the main concepts behind street photography is telling a story.

HDR quite often gets a bad rap and is criticised for it’s over saturated colours. While I agree in some cases it can be too much, but if done right it can be amazing. In this image, I think I hit the outer limits but this my most favourite photograph I have ever taken. It was also featured in Gallery 150 in Leamington Spa.  

Another image that was taken to match a theme for my A Level Photography course. I was doing urban decay and managed to come across this old stable on a farm near by. I was lucky that the light fell in a way that it highlighted the fence as the focal point.

Your typical long exposure light trail image. Despite me having done a few like this, the colours of this were like no other and is why it makes my best images list.