Friday Image No.143

Friday Image No.143

It’s been said that a picture paints a thousand words. Sometimes though I think it’s enough not to say anything. Just empty your mind and let it drift on a sea of nothing and marvel at the expanse before you. That’s enough rambling for a Friday evening. The weeks work is over and I can [...]

Friday Image No.126

Friday Image No.126

I seem to say it every Friday, but this week has again been packed. One day I will finally catch up with myself (I hope). Probably the best thing to have happen was being able to track down the issue with my Fuji telephoto lens and realising it was caused by my ND Grad filters. [...]

Friday image No.041


I did wonder whether to post this shot or not. If you look hard at the image you find it feels cluttered. It isn't a great composition (because there wasn't much to compose). It's also a grab shot. You see I shot this whilst spending ages fighting with the Nikon D800 on a tripod. I [...]

Friday image No.036


Isn't it strange how your taste in photography seems to change. I shot this image just over three years ago. I recall considering this a poor trip at the time as I didn't really come back with any "high octane" dramatic shots. What I did get was quite a lot of nice, tranquil scenes which [...]

Beautiful Evening Light in Whitby


I don't know about you but my photo storage is a bit of a mess. I do like to keep each shoot in a separate dated folder and then import these to Lightroom. But sometimes something goes wrong. A few months back I suffered a Lightroom Catalogue crash and I lost a lot of work. [...]

Friday image No.030


Sometimes I'm guilty of trying to create images with too much drama. I need to remind myself that simple can be beautiful and not every image needs a sunset. The was shot in the early afternoon, just off the point at the Lizard in Cornwall. Please don't ask where the pink atmospherics came from, I [...]

Friday image No.025


Another image with a sea theme. This was from my trip a few weeks back to the Lake District. On the way I had a stroll up Black Combe from which you can see the largest offshore wind farm in the world (at least that's what it said on the BBC news). If you look [...]