Thursday Doors: Red

I have commented on a couple of other photographers posts about how much I generally do not like the single outstanding colour in an otherwise monochrome image, apparently called 'colour-pop'. Like a lot of digital techniques, to my eye it can be used spuriously and seemingly for no reason other than it can be done.… Continue reading Thursday Doors: Red

Thursday Doors: Many Storms

This week has largely been grey, windy, wet, and frankly making me feel like getting started on the hibernation that bears are known for. Officially the UK was in the grips of Storm Ali over the last couple of days with gusts of wind exceeding 80mph in the north of the country. Not hurricane or… Continue reading Thursday Doors: Many Storms

Barn Doors (for people)

The sort of doors that I'm likely to come across are those in a more rural and less populated setting. Basically, I'm not often found in areas where a lot more humans like to gather, build towns or cities and live fairly close to each other and therefore the exposure to fancy doors protecting the… Continue reading Barn Doors (for people)

Thursday Doors

There is a thing I keep seeing on Twitter where people post pictures of doors. It's a running series by Norman Frampton on his blog at Norm 2.0 "Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share¬†their favorite door photos from around the world." This may have started… Continue reading Thursday Doors

Photographers Assistant

It was fine afternoon and the light was good, although frustratingly for a black and white photographer there was an annoying featureless blank blue sky. I would have to focus on filling the frame with otherwise interesting things. So I am up at Warbstow Bury, playing with compositions while my assistant is off exploring other… Continue reading Photographers Assistant