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  • Avatar : AliceLuisePhotography

    The Blog of an Alevel Photography Student Part 87!

    Even guys! Been rather focused on my ICT work recently hence why i haven't blog in a while. Not long now till exams and i finish my courses then out into the big wide world... luckily i have i job waiting for. Been using the four domains theory to...

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  • Avatar : conrad

    A Whole New World

    Now that I'm armed with an iPhone full of photography apps, and of course with quite a good integrated camera, I find that I take a lot more photos with my iPhone than with a regular camera. Of course, many of those photos wouldn't be taken at al...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  19 Mar 2012 2:06PM
    • Views : 706
  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 337 - Passage of light

    Another passage of light from the sun. This time through one window onto a kitchen cupboard. The light is so contrasty at this time of the year.

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  3 Dec 2011 9:16AM
    • Views : 793
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    Photo365 - 329 - a shaft of light

    I woke up this morning to see sunlight finding its way though a window, and then out through a door onto another door. One of the good things about winter is that the sun is low and the bright sunlight always slips through the cracks. A simple shot ...

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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 307 - honesty pod

    This honesty seed pod is looking a little worse for wear and I'm surprised it's not split and scattered its seeds yet. Photographed in summer they are a lush green - backlighting still works now and creates an interesting glowing effect. Taken wi...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  3 Nov 2011 7:00PM
    • Views : 5681
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    Photo365 - 287 - Shadows

    Today was another remarkably warm day, and as the sun was low in the sky shadows were interesting. This is my rusty metal resting near a brick wall, and a garden chair causing the shadows. I split the elements in such a way that it now looks like two...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  15 Oct 2011 12:13AM
    • Views : 5616
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    Photo365 - 215 - before the flood

    Sun breaking through the clouds today...an hour or so later we had flash floods and my garage was 2in deep in water. I cleared a garage roof downfall pipe a few weeks ago as a result it's working and sending water to the drain, which I hadn't realise...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  3 Aug 2011 10:30PM
    • Views : 7614
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    Photo365 - 204 - shadowman

    A self portrait of sorts. I was in a room and noticed a reflection from a mirror hitting the wall and creating a rainbow shaped letter H. I took a few pics of that and spotted that the actual window light was also strong and part of my shadow was in ...

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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 39 - shadowplay

    A glorious day today, low winter sun streaming through the windows and through some internal patterned door glass. This lead to shadows and light shaped on the wall. I took a few photos and then started playing around with the shapes, by adjustin...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  8 Feb 2011 7:24PM
    • Views : 3292
  • Avatar : FaceFirst

    Last of the beach weather

    I decided to take advantage of today's break in the weather and get some shots of the last of the summer. Where better to go then the beach. I find you can always rely on the beach and sea side areas for a good supply of photo's and textures. I hav...

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