Having lived in Aberdeen most of my life I keep returning to the excellent beach time and again. The temperature of the North East of Scotland is ever changing and considering our latitude isn’t as bad as it should be. We tend to get a lot of cold, dry, sunny
When you are going through a typical day how many times do you think I’d rather be somewhere else? When you think that, where is it you’d rather be? When you’ve used a camera for years, you really start to notice your surroundings, more specifically you notice small changes in
Aberdeen Jazz Festival takes place in March every year, this event has grown with each successive year and this year’s was the biggest yet. On the first Sunday of the Festival, Jazz on the Green takes place. The green is the old entrance to the city below the old
What is Street Photography, the generally accepted definition is candid, close up and personal images of people interacting, using a widish lens (28mm or 35mm). However interaction between the photographer and subject is discouraged. Street Portraits, where you ask permission to make an image of a person is seen
First Journal post for March, As always comments and questions welcome.
What’s the difference between a camera and the human eye (no it’s not a joke). The Aperture and pupil are roughly equivalent as is the Retina and sensor. The crucial difference is that the eye constantly adjusts the pupil to allow different levels of light in. When you choose an
The Low Winter Sun at this time of year allows some beautiful low relief shots. I decided to shoot and grade these in colour, not something I do often but the saturation seemed to call for that. I’ve cropped to a 16:9 aspect ratio to give them a cinematic feel