A journal post from Glasgow for a change, I was only there for a couple of days but was quite fortunate with the weather. Some of the images in the previous black and white article were taken in Central Glasgow, here are the ones I shot in colour. All images
I’ve written about Chiarascuro painting in the past. Caravaggio and Rembrandt are two of my favourite artists and were masters of the technique. In essence it means the contrast between light and dark areas of an image. I like to embrace the black areas and usually expose for the highlights,
Back to Black and White, I’ve enjoyed using colour over the last few weeks and will continue to use it occasionally. I think I’ll stick to BNW mainly for Street Photography. All shots taking in Aberdeen City Centre. As Always comments and questions are welcome. Shots taken using the Fujifilm
For the last few years every March I’ve made an effort to get along to the Jazz on the Green afternoon that’s part of the Aberdeen Jazz Festival. Rain, Hail or Shine I’ve always enjoyed the diverse mix of Music and people that I’ve seen and met there. This year
Probably my favourite place in Aberdeen is the beach and the promenade cafes. I live about 10 minutes away and visit there two or three times a week. Although the Sun is great for a vitamin D top up, I love it when the fog occasionally descends. This doesn’t happen
First Journal post for March, I’ve been shooting in colour occasionally over the last couple of months (probably about 20%). All images shot using the Fujifilm Provia sim on my Fujifilm X cameras. Click on the images below to see the slide show. As always comments and questions welcome.
First up, the title of this post, I don’t mean physically breaking glass, but rather removing the fourth wall in a theatrical sense. During the long evenings of Winter I’ve started taking some shots of people through the windows of Pubs, cafes and cars. Generally I was looking at the