Category Archives: Photography

Some ongoing learning….

Its been a while since I have taken any ICM (Intentional camera movement) images. Last evening I listened to a zoom presentation on the very subject which inspired me to go out and have a go at creating some new

Some ongoing learning….

Its been a while since I have taken any ICM (Intentional camera movement) images. Last evening I listened to a zoom presentation on the very subject which inspired me to go out and have a go at creating some new

Tree Square (18)

I never seem to find a dense enough area of trees to be able to create a successful ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) image, but this worked sort of OK….I liked the colour palette: Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

Tree Square (18)

I never seem to find a dense enough area of trees to be able to create a successful ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) image, but this worked sort of OK….I liked the colour palette: Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

My Kind of Road

A beautiful Spring day last week and a nice snaky road through some woods, plenty of fresh green foliage:

My Kind of Road

A beautiful Spring day last week and a nice snaky road through some woods, plenty of fresh green foliage:

Wind

Wasn’t sure whether Debbie wanted wind (noun as in the meteorological phenomenon) or wind (verb as to what you do with an old clock, for example) when I noted what this week’s word was to be on last Sunday’s post.

Wind

Wasn’t sure whether Debbie wanted wind (noun as in the meteorological phenomenon) or wind (verb as to what you do with an old clock, for example) when I noted what this week’s word was to be on last Sunday’s post.

Using ICM to create Impressionist images

Well, not really, but I had fun: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

Using ICM to create Impressionist images

Well, not really, but I had fun: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

Lens artists challenge #142: You Pick it!

I’m going for motion – in the words of Canadian photographer David du Chenin “Shoot what it feels like, not what it looks like, right? ” So, here goes….experiments with shutter speed The scenery in Sicily, as the coach whizzed

Lens artists challenge #142: You Pick it!

I’m going for motion – in the words of Canadian photographer David du Chenin “Shoot what it feels like, not what it looks like, right? ” So, here goes….experiments with shutter speed The scenery in Sicily, as the coach whizzed

Lens Artist’s Challenge #136: Subjects starting with the letter S

Plenty of possibilities for S. Firstly, places – San Gimignano, San Galgano at sunset, Santiago de Cuba street scene Now, a few compositional elements – shadows, striations, or perhaps in relation to motion – Speed, stillness Linked. To Lens Artists

Lens Artist’s Challenge #136: Subjects starting with the letter S

Plenty of possibilities for S. Firstly, places – San Gimignano, San Galgano at sunset, Santiago de Cuba street scene Now, a few compositional elements – shadows, striations, or perhaps in relation to motion – Speed, stillness Linked. To Lens Artists

Lens artists Challenge #133: My Photography Journey

This week, the theme Amy has chosen is My Photography Journey.  I first picked up a camera when I was 11, I think, a Kodak instamatic, and it cost rather a lot to get the films processed, so I didn’t

Lens artists Challenge #133: My Photography Journey

This week, the theme Amy has chosen is My Photography Journey.  I first picked up a camera when I was 11, I think, a Kodak instamatic, and it cost rather a lot to get the films processed, so I didn’t