Category: People

Best of 2019 II

Don’t worry I’m not going to keep posting ‘Best of ‘ articles because I can’t decide which ones I like. This second (and final) post is for non street based images. The bulk of the shots I take are probably classed as Street photography. I shoot in black and white,

Aberdeen-Frigate-Smoke-Feb-19

Happy New Year! / Best of 2019

Happy New Year! I’m kicking off 2020 with my best shots of 2019. The 12 images in this post are my own personal favourites and not the ones that got the most likes or comments on social media. They are in no particular order, most were shot in Aberdeen, some

Merry Christmas / Frohe Weinachten !

For Christmas I thought I’d do a post on the shots I took this year that have been published in a magazine or a website, and how i took them. Both these shots featured on the German website Kwerfeldein . One was taken in Amsterdam the other in Aberdeen. Both

December Journal II

As promised a second journal post for December. The images were all shot in Aberdeen using the Fujifilm X system. As always questions and comments are welcome. If you follow my website and there are any articles you would like to see, contact me by filling out this form and

December Journal

First Journal post for December, I’ll upload another journal post and will pull together my favourite images of the year , in December. All the images in this post were made in Aberdeen using the Fujifilm X system. As always questions and comments are welcome.

November Journal

My first Journal post for a while, a mixture of Street and Fine Art Photography. I’ve been editing and making prints over the last couple of months and changing the focus of the website from posts to portfolio and projects. Click on the images below to see the slideshow, as

Aberdeen Beach Fireworks

Some images from the Aberdeen City Fireworks display, which takes place on the beach each year. Although it’s not strictly speaking Street Photography, all the images are candid. It’s also a good chance to try out some different techniques. The majority of the images are Long exposures, using a speedlight.

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