Members' Photography Blogs
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Hello everyone....I'm new here and new to photography, thought I'd join to try and develop my skills, looking through some of the gallery photos it appears there are many talented photographers out there, I'm sure I can learn a few things. I've done ...
- Posted by : peterelky
- 5 Jul 2016 9:38AM
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......... came to mind early this morning.
Got to the main drag and took a couple of shots of the pawnbrokers balls that may be removed shortly due to closure of the shop.
....... Took a couple more of the work in progress regenerating the sho...
This month has been a very busy one with very little time for serious photography, however, I have been using a Fujifilm X100T as my carry everywhere camera so here are a few snapshots from that excellent little camera.
Not sure I have qu...
- Posted by : topsyrm
- 3 Jul 2016 9:52AM
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........ began for me at around half three....... early.
After getting pulled around with a coffee, looked outside and seeing a lifeless sky decided the morning was better spent doing something a bit more constructive than watching a load of shite o...
"The've" done it again. The new and, so-called, improved Tate Modern, once one of my favourite haunts, is now a huge jungle of concrete, stairs and lifts. The tenth floor is a viewing gallery, but apart from a couple of new restaurants, the only art...
Sunrise at Ashbridges Bay in Toronto Canada.
A thick fog had moved in from the lake covering the entire city. The beach area became very surreal as familiar areas appeared then disappeared in the fog.
Original photography from 2011 using a Canon EO...
Toronto skyline in late evening as seen from Centre Island. It's always a spectacular and beautiful view of the city from this spot on the Island.
This photo was the last shot of the day was followed by a mad sprint to the ferry docks to catch the ...
Selected pictures from a 36,000 archive of black and white photos shot in 35mm film shot between 1967 and 1974 in West Germany are exhibited in the Gallery AM Tunnel In Luxembourg until 02/10/2016. To get a taste... check the personal website to get...
When sitting transferring pics onto the iPad this morning, rays of sunlight coming through the window were hitting my crossed left leg. I wonder thought I......... took a couple of shots with the OMD 10. Under exposed this one, transferred to the iP...
I was in the Peak DIstrict last week, and amongst other places walked through Padley Gorge. But it wasn't the stream and its little waterfalls that inspired me, but the woods at the visitor centre end. With the twisted trunks, and the boulder strew...
Well, it is what it is. Captured for posterity.
- Posted by : SlowSong
- 27 Jun 2016 10:08PM
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- Posted by : ugly
- 27 Jun 2016 2:08PM
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Friends, I have been informed of the passing of Bill Cunningham, a great photographer of fashion and people.
I shot a couple of fashion ones with my mobile yesterday. Please accept my thanking for making this world beautiful.
........ peasants revolt.....
........ the rich have lost this one........... and they don't like it.
.......with a twist.
Decided to meet up with my brother for a coffee. thought I'd take my tablet and take a couple of pics whilst in the main drag.
The pedestrian area is undergoing changes back to single lane, one way traffic. Access to the shops...