Tag: Street

Nuart 2019 (Part 2)

This is the second article on Nuart Aberdeen 2019, (the first one is HERE). It contains the candid Street Photography images I shot at the weekend street food event that Opened the Nuart Festival 2019 . I’ll pull together the images from both posts and publish them in my Projects

April Journal

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

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Aberdeen Prom

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

Breaking Glass

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

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February Journal

Second Journal post for 2019, I haven’t posted for a couple of weeks, as I’ve been out shooting and wading through Lightroom in the interim. The images are mostly from the Streets around the Green in Aberdeen. Click on the gallery below to see the slide show. As always questions

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New For 2019 (Not Resolutions)

New Year, New website, well different anyway. Over the festive season I took the chance to have a look through Lightroom and edit (pick my best work, not Photoshop it) my images for the last year. What I realised was that I had too many images in my portfolio. So

Photography Tips

I intend to continue my journal posts in 2019. I’d like to start a new series of photography tips and share some of the best advice I’ve been given, and picked up over the last few years. The first one sounds simple but is often harder to quantify and execute.

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