I thought I would share some background on the disease I have contracted for film cameras. It all started … Continue reading Back2Film Syndrome
I thought I would post this compare and contrast blog – in a previous blog you have seen the long exposure image of Craigellachie Bridge a bridge from 1814 by Thomas Telford one of the great engineers of his day. This time however I thought I might add to it some aerial images of the same subject. The lead shot is a mono arty interpretation of the bridge by drone the other 2 are more conventional drone images. An aerial overview and a elevated landscape shot. I have included the long exposure for a comparison. I think it is interesting to see the two types alongside each other – something I may well do more of in the future. And dont be surprised if you start seeing video footage too – as I am becoming acutely aware that a modern photographer in order to be competitive and survive (especially now) has to have an understanding of both.
I rather like the arty aerial – what do you think?
Continue reading “Craigellachie Bridge”
So on both mothers day and the clearest indication of Spring yet. This would be a traditional post – but … Continue reading Along Comes Spring
So here is a few of the images I shot in Aberdeen’s newly refurbished Art Gallery – if you get … Continue reading Aberdeen Art Gallery #1
So a final blog for 2019 – same room shot in different directions and with a different feel – “Future … Continue reading Future Dreaming 2020
So recently I was on a property shoot in the Whisky Capital of Dufftown home to such famous brands as … Continue reading Dufftown Nightscape
Oh the power and the drama – an artistic interpretation of China Railways KF Class In July 1933, the Guangdong–Hankou … Continue reading Dark Steam KF 607