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I just liked the way the holes in the door looked like a pair of eyes watching this chap work:
A scene from The Royal Exchange today:
Just a quick mess around with some LEE filter Sample books:
I had to pop down to the rubbish dump at Luxborough Lane today, so I thought I would take the chance to grab a snap of the bridge where The Central Line crosses the swollen River Roading:
The sun came out today and the snow in the forest started to melt:
Flat light & freezing cold today lead to not much to shoot. So I settled on the building of 20 Fenchurch Street - known either as "the curve" or "the walkie talkie", I love the shape of it compared to the straight lifts:
In paternoster Square this afternoon:
I thought I would try out some of the stuff I learnt at the weekend by having a play with flash. I've got myself a second strobe (a 580ex II) now so it enabled me to do a bit of off camera stuff.
A close up from the City of London rubbish loading dock:
Heavy snow all day yesterday meant getting to work would be an epic, so I opted to work from home instead. As the day went on the snow slowly thawed, so that it was possible to nip up to the forest quickly for sunset:
Just some silliness in the snow:
I did a speedlight course today with EOS Network. Dave Newton graciously agreed to model so we could try out the techniques we were learning:
A solitary figure crossing The Millennium Bridge in the snow:
The area around the Barbican has many "HighWalks" - a remnant of 70s town planning when we were all to live in a multi-level city. As buildings are redeveloped some of these walkways turn in to hardly used dead ends. Some poor homeless person has taken advantage of this to create a bed...
So today was a presentation skills course at work. It was a bit intense as we started off doing a presentation which was filmed then played back to you and critiqued. We then spent the rest of the day learning techniques and preparing to do it again at the end of the course. All useful stuff co...