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22/04/2013 - 12:09 PM

Colourful Digital Chandelier

AngelaSeager An amazing sight when you enter the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, whereby visitor's photos appear on the screens.....not mine tho'....too shy....

18/05/2012 - 10:01 AM

Day 214: Data protection

discreetphoton Today we had a little barbecue, but it was old financial records we were cooking, not food. Weíre having a bit of a clear-out at the moment, and this seemed the safest way of protecting our information. Plus, you know, itís fun. Itís been posited that the reason men are so keen on watching ...

18/05/2012 - 9:49 AM

Day 212: A dying sun

discreetphoton Thickening fog at the end of the day seemed to sap the strength right out of the sun this evening. I liked the muted quality of the colours that this produced, and decided that the photograph was best left to a plain, uncluttered composition. Incidentally, this is the sort of shot which sold m...

discreetphoton This was the only photograph I took today, and it really reminded me of a glass sheet hologram that I gave to my dad one fatherís day. However, part of the reason for that can be seen in the petal in the rear left of the photograph. If you look closely, you can see a bit of chromatic abberatio...

01/03/2012 - 10:50 PM

Day 189: Elsecar Reservoir

discreetphoton I visited a different location this evening for a walk around. It turned into a really lovely evening, and I even got to see a kingfisher zipping across the pond five minutes into my walk (although that makes my last two attempts to find one even more galling). Itís courtship season for the Gr...

07/02/2012 - 4:26 AM


posty57..................reflection is a word that we all understand. I am not talking about gazing into oneís navel, nor trying to find an excuse for having had that last drink, but about the way light bounces off most everything that we see. Reflected light is what makes our environment, and in its v...

21/11/2011 - 11:52 PM

Day 88: The power of suggestion

discreetphoton As photographers, we often get hung up on the technicalities of a shot, forgetting whatís important about what weíre taking, and why. I think Iím guilty of this more than most, and largely itís down to my competitive streak. This was taken only minutes after I woke up this morning. Itís no ...

discreetphoton The green green grass of home Today saw a relative return to normality, settling back in to a semi-normal routine and a return to work this afternoon. I took a walk before I started, and was reminded that sometimes simplicity is key. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 18mm; ISO 200; F/9;...

06/10/2011 - 9:12 PM

42 - 365

bfgstewAutumn is here and the colours are really beggining to show on the trees and floors. This was taken using the pin hole camera app on my phone, more to follow as I like the retro feel of the framing, kinda groovy baby....................:P

24/08/2011 - 7:22 PM

Photo365 - 236 - hand painting

PeteA simple idea where you desaturate part of the picture and make it look as though you are painting colour onto it. I set the Olympus E-P2 camera up on a tripod and on the two second delay. Positioned the left hand in shot so the camera could focus on the correct position and then pressed the shutt...

27/03/2011 - 8:00 PM

Photo365 - 86 - Balloons

PeteI'm in the process of reviewing a new portable studio flash head and was just getting familiar with the settings. This was taken as a quick test. The main pics will be done next week. It's just a few balloons scattered on the floor and the light was held in one hand and the camera in the other. Pe...

30/06/2009 - 12:41 PM

in your face

PeteWhen I upload a photograph I always tick the modification option. It's interesting to see how people perceive the photos I take and process. Following the last few uploads it's becoming apparent that many modifiers prefer a more vibrant tonal range, as my uploads are always being subjected to le...

26/07/2008 - 8:57 PM


RachelMBRecently, I've been taking photos of a drawing as I've worked through it. This has been quite a learning process, since pencil is shiney and very hard to photograph well! As well as trying out different settings on my camera to see what the difference is, sorting out different lighting and angles, ...

PhotogeneAdding a coloured vignette to an image in photoshop CS2/CS3. While holding down the alt key, click on the add new layer icon in the layers palette, (it's the icon to the left of the little bin icon) a dialogue box will then pop up, in the mode drop down menu section, change this to multiply, and ...