This months photo blogging challenge theme is to shoot 5 images through a different lens or camera. I recently bought a new lens and was pleased with the theme this time as this was a good opportunity to try out my new Sigma 10-22mm f/3.5 lens on Canon 7D. I bought this lens because I … More A Different Lens
This is my entry for this month’s photo blogging challenge theme ‘Colour’. I was hoping to try and use my new ultra wide lens this month but I got sold a Nikon fit by mistake and when I realised it was too late, so I used a different lens instead – my Canon 24-105mm f4L … More Colour
I don’t really think about numbers much, I tend to use the right side of my brain which focuses on visualisation, creativity and daydreaming. The only time I choose to use numbers or logic is when its a step towards a creative output, such as when I’m using my camera to calculate an exposure or … More Photo Blogging Challenge Theme ‘No.4’
I was feeling sad on the night of 31st October the eve of All Saints’ Day celebrated by ancient Celtics during the festival of ‘Samhain’ (pronounced sew-in). Samhain is the time when spirits and ghosts are set free from the land and are sent on by the Lord of the Dead to their new incarnations. … More Halloween
This is my entry for this month’s photo blogging challenge theme : ‘Outside The Box.’ I decided to think of the phrase ‘outside the box’ as something which appears to be unconventional and has been thought about from a new perspective. I ended up using my iphone to take all my shots, mainly because … More Outside The Box
A treat is used in a game to make a trick work. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Treat.”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “From Every Angle.” An abandoned car I discovered degrading in a car park whilst urban exploring. The interior of the car has been totally burnt out. But, I liked how the outer shell still remained colourful. I took these shots from three different angles.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Creepy.” I decided to go Urban exploring last week. I found a site in the Eastside of Nottingham City, an old derelict corn warehouse, formerly owned by the Great Northern Railway and built in 1857, designed by architect TC Hine. It felt as though I’d left … More Creepy