Category Archives: Colour

Light Painting

The Royal Photographic Society have continued to run their excellent courses even during the lockdown restrictions. But, of course, at the moment they are being held virtually. This is actually a benefit to me as I live well away from … Continue reading

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Strange Weather

I should be grateful that during the strictest part of lockdown the weather was lovely … I think it would have been doubly hard if we’d had the miserable weather we’ve been having recently. But it is still summer and … Continue reading

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I’m not a Big Fan of Cats … but

I’m in lockdown with a cat (it’s an involved story that has nothing to do with photography) and, as suggested in the title, I’m not a cat person. But, I have to admit, that this is quite a photogenic animal. … Continue reading

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More Lockdown Abstraction

Here’s another thing that I find quite difficult to do effectively: make good, dramatic cloud photographs. Yesterday the sky was changing quite rapidly so I used a circular polarising filter on my 50mm lens and took some photos of the … Continue reading

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Getting Abstract

Living in lockdown has meant that I haven’t been able to get out and use my camera in the same ways that I was doing a few months ago. That’s not to say that I haven’t been taking photographs. Spring … Continue reading

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