For Silent Sunday today, I thought we might do something that I used to do a lot, show an image that was monochrome and is now colour.
Over the years I’ve been studying I’ve always thought that composition was a strength, but sometimes I find myself still trying to get it right.
While looking for images for Monochrome Wednesday I was reminded of some photos I took earlier this month on a gorgeous morning at Docklands.
This morning I went into the city to take some photos with my friend Steve and we saw some incredible storm clouds that I thought would be good for Silent Sunday.
It has been one of those weeks, so I thought for Weekend Wanderings I would repost the one I did of Docklands through a fisheye. Sometimes it is hard to get out.
One of the things I really enjoy about going back through my archives is reassessing my images and thinking how I would do them now. One of those is an image from the Docklands taken in 2017.
Whenever you see a group of photographers together they all start talking gear. It just seems to be something that people who share a passion do. So podcast episode 015 is my conversation about the gear I use.
The other night I was teaching a workshop at Docklands and we did the sunset then took some photos around the harbour down there.
Some images from an early morning in the city.
A friend asked me if I wanted to go in and do some photos around Docklands last week. She loves night photography, and while I don’t mind it, I wouldn’t say I love it. Still it was a lovely night and not too cold. It is an interesting place to take photos. The most interesting […]