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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

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

July Journal

New month, new post, I tend to shoot a bit less Street Photography during the Summer and try and do a bit more Studio work. I do still take my camera with me whenever I’m out so have made some images over the last month. As always questions and comments

Tour Series Aberdeen 2019

For the third year in a row Aberdeen hosted the Tour Series Criterium race. as a former cyclist I’ve attended and enjoyed these races each year. The course was different for the first time this year with long Straights on Union Street, Broad Street and Upper Kirkgate/ Schoolhill and a

Nuart Festival 2019 (Part 1)

This post is the first part of a two part article on Nuart Aberdeen 2019. It contains the Art based images which are more Documentary in nature. The second part will have the candid Street Shots. I’ll pull together all the images and publish them in my Projects section at

Glasgow in Colour

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

Chiarascuro

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,

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