You know, I really should go out and take some new photographs, because I am running low on pictures that I took a while ago that I've not published on here so far.
Redbubble shop users received an email from them today (20-04-23) informing us of changes to both the terms and conditions of having the account, and to introduce some new account level 'tiers'. For a moment reading this, I thought I could see what was coming next. "Hello," I thought, "they'll be charging us a percentage... Continue Reading →
the household’s man with a camera
This is how it goes. "You know how to take photographs... can you take some pictures of my work for me?" This is a new thing for me. I am used to making a shot out of what is in front of me, outdoors, using technique and composition to make the picture, but perhaps in... Continue Reading →
yes, a conventional sunset…
As we say goodbye to winter and welcome spring for another year, and as an antidote to all the abstracted pictures I've been posting, here is a nice straightforward sunset picture.
two ways with trees
Two pictures of the same scene, but with a difference in my (deliberate) movement of the camera technique, and the length of the shutter speed itself.
Just a few miles northwards, the rock at the coast is noticeably different to that at our local beach. It is softer, so erodes with a completely different feel to the textures and shapes visible. The barnacles and limpets certainly love it, and I think the limpets have had something to do with the creation... Continue Reading →
I occasionally go through my picture files to see if there's anything that will benefit from a fresh look, or just a new go at the processing.
Last week, a gallery of rockshapes, this week a few alternative shots of the stream that flows out, over, or through the beach (all three really), with the force and speed of it determined by how much rainfall has swollen the two separate streams that join up just behind it.
I have gathered a small gallery of images looking at the interesting rock formations at the beach.
I called this one 'wavecrash'. I'm full of creative and imaginative stuff like that. Click on the picture for a full tab version. Not on a photo store yet, but it can be!
not following guidance
Still not following the guidance my Nan gave me when she handed me her Kodak Brownie 127 when I was about six. Keep the sun behind you and try to hold the camera still. Sorry Nan.
up to date
You may have noticed that I have recently tried to post more frequently and regularly than I have managed before -- in fact posting as many of my pictures in the last few weeks as I did for each of the two previous whole years -- but nothing has particularly changed with the amount of... Continue Reading →