Show me the colour


Sometimes converting images to black and white works, sometimes not. in this case I had little choice, as the steel structure was very monochrome. In fact, going back to the unedited file, I can’t tell if I ever converted it, although there may have been a slight cyan cast in the shadows.


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Isn’t it funny how we remember things from our youth, and yet forget why we just went into the kitchen. As soon as I saw this image it reminded me of Gnasher, the pet dog of Dennis the Menace in the British comic strip from the Beano, Continue reading

Going Round the Bend


Most of my minimalist photography is based on straight lines, and this is no exception, except that on this occasion there is a twist where the building has a curved corner. Using a slightly angled view avoids  converging lines whilst emphasising the curve.

Take 100


The average number of shots I take per subject is typically around 4 or 5, but this is normally for still images such as walls or buildings. When moving subjects are involved, then this can increase significantly, for obvious reasons. Continue reading