Show me the colour

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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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Gnasher

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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

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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

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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