Medium format: Picture of the week Padley Gorge, Peak District UK Padley Gorge Peak District UK. Hasselblad 503CW f/16 1/4s FujiFilm 160 NS no filters 50mm
Autumn is here!
Padley Gorge is a fantastic place to go for autumnal colours. I cannot wait to go back with my Hasselblad loaded with colour negative. Previous Medium format picture of the week
What is your favourite place for autumn colours?
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Why do I keep doing this?
It’s 2:30 am and my alarm clock is going crazy. I’m quickly out of my bed, trying not to wake up the whole house…. Why I’m doing this???
Is there any reason why we are chasing the light?
(more…) Imogen-Cunningham-Self-Portrait-with-Camera-late-1920s “Which of my photographs is my favourite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.” Imogen Cunningham
QOTW Trip to Port Mulgrave
Port Mulgrave is famous for being one of the
most popular Jurassic sites in the UK. It is a site of special scientific interest & is now looked after and protected by the National Trust.
(more…) Medium format: Picture of the week Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast UK 2017 Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast UK 2017 Hasselblad 503CW f22/10sec +0.9LEE Filter 80mm Quiet morning at Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast UK 2017 QMC Exhibition
We are exhibiting
Together with Nottingham Vision Collective, I will be exhibiting my work in QMC hospital Peggy Greenfield Gallery, West Block, D Floor.
The QMC exhibition is open from 11/10/2017 until 25/10/2017 open 24 hours a day. Admission is free.
You are all welcome to come and visit.
http://www.nottinghamvisioncollective.co.uk/ “There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” Ernst Hass
QOTW Art Exhibition at The Chapel Gallery
I am pleased to announce that the
Nottingham Vision Collective has been invited to exhibit some of their work at the Chapel Gallery @ Ruddington Framework Knitters Museum from this Friday 6 – 19-th October 2017 (more…) Majestic Ocean Liner, George Eastman April 16Th, 1926
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.”