Using a variety of simple mirroring and blending methods in Photoshop to create different outcomes which show us a different perspective of familiar sights. These were from inverted HDR images of the cliffs at West Bay.
Secret Dockyard was a photographic project during 2011 to 2012 documenting the conservation areas of Boathouse No4 in the Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth. A historical structure in its own right, Boathouse No4 was a key part in preparations for D-Day and other aspects of World War Two. The aim of the project was to show theseContinue reading “Secret Dockyard”
Recently after a load of ‘Smoke Photography’ images I said I would write a blog post of a guide to what I had done and how I had done it. Below is an image of the whole set up and I will discuss this in detail. My set up is possibly overkill but it’s kitContinue reading “Smoke Photography – A how to guide”
During my adventures on Saturday I made a beeline for the Henry Fox Talbot show at the Science Museum in London. One of the great pioneers of photography, Fox Talbot is responsible for the invention of the photographic negative, undoubtably one of the great leaps forward in photographic practice. The invention of the negative mechanisedContinue reading “Feeling inspired”