Red drapes. This post is quite deliberately illustrated with images from times when a) I wasn’t actively shooting or looking for images, and b) have been rather thankful to have a camera of any sort on me. I struggled a little with the title for this essay.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1RzjOUz
Following on from the previous photoessay, I’d like to present part two as a counterpoint – both visual and metaphorical. Whereas the previous photoessay was semi-decay and urban wear and tear, this series of images is the shiny, soulless face of modernity.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1JIxo1f
This year has felt like a year of big changes for me – aside from the arrival of a new family member, my photographic focus has also changed.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1M9tsfi
Is an image good? Bad? Ugly? Beautiful? Art? Everybody has an opinion, and those are based on the expectations formed by the biases created as a result of one’s own existence and experiences. What is considered beautiful in one culture may be hideous in another, or unremarkable.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1eBXGKF
How do you spontaneously prepare for situations like this? Or compose around your limitations? This is a question that all of us have to address at some point or other – and one whose answer is not exactly straightforward.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1H2XXNA
This is both the first extended review I’ve done in some time, and the first one of a Canon product. Regular readers will know that I only review things that are interesting, and to be interesting, they have to expand the envelope somehow.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1HwAuJr