Since photography began, images have been manipulated to show what the photographer or client intended whether that be by choice of film and lighting, by negative (or positive) processing technique, or colouring, burning and dodging prints amongst others.
Sand Sculpture on Exmouth beach, Devon, England, during the seaside town’s annual festival held during Spring/Early Summer. The low and gentle sculpting light aided by Fuji Velvia 35mm film helping to bring the images (and sand creations) to life.
Elements of Spain. This was originally part of a commissioned shoot in Andalucia, Spain, focusing on property people and lifestyle. In these images Ronda, Tarifa, Conil de la Frontera, Vejer de la Frontera, Grazalema and the white town of Casares.
Bowerman’s Nose is one of the classic rock formations on Dartmoor, Devon, England. This distinctive granite outcrop has the profile
It is often difficult to know where your stock images have been used due to the restrictions on contacting buyers by some stock agencies. Thanks to GIS (Google Image Search)… read more →
Adding an ability to shoot some images quickly and of enough quality for social media uses (Facebook, Google+) is useful in providing clients more “bang for their buck”. This shoot,… read more →
This image of the Temple of Kukulcan at Spring equinox, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico, is now on display at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore as part of their “All Things Round” exhibition
Elements of Spain. This was originally part of a commissioned shoot in Andalucia, Spain, focusing on property people and lifestyle. In these images Ronda, Tarifa and the white town of Casa
November the 5th is generally, in Britain, associated with Guy Fawkes and fireworks. In a corner of Devon in the South west of England, the town of Ottery St. Mary has its own celebrations of carrying flaming tar barrels through the streets. No-one knows the exact origins of the tradition but it draws people, TV crews and more from all over the world
The World Travel Market takes place at Excel in Docklands, London, in the week beginning the 7th of November. Already with a couple of meetings planned,
Ski carving cup being held high-up on the slopes of the Via Lattea (Milky Way) above Sauze d’Oulx, Italy, with a view of the snaking A32 autostrada towards Bardonecchia and France.
Lush green pasture offset against colourful autumn foliage as the days shorten and the first frosts appear. That special time as the leaves turn and cattle are brought down from their summer pastures. Waiting….wait