A quick catch up and a look at Instagram

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This post is usually done on a Friday, but to be honest, I don’t really have any news. I’m trying to get some articles written and I’ve been away for a few days. I thought perhaps we could just look at what I’ve posted to Instagram for the last week. We will see what happens in the following week.

Here are my Instagram images. If you do follow me on Instagram then you will also know that with each post I give tips on taking photos or processing them.

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14 Comments

    1. It doesn’t quite work that way, sorry, I have so many people who want me to follow them, but then I wouldn’t be able to keep up.

    1. Thanks Carol, that is good to hear, good to know people read them. The icon is an image I got from the internet and then made it a widget with a link.

  1. Leanne, I have recently subscribed to your blog and really like the style of your photos typified, for me, by the Brighton Beach Boxes in your post today. I wondered whether you used a ND filter to get this surreal look? Apologies if you have discussed the technique in an earlier post.
    Steve

    1. Hello Stephen welcome to my blog and that great to hear. No, I didn’t use a filter for that one, it is achieved through post processing. No need to apologise, never. Thank you.

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