Category Archives: Black & White

Back to the Mountains

It’s the season of short days and long nights; time to work on the image archives. I’m busy preparing a new iteration of a talk about Alpine photography titled ‘High ‘n Wild with a Camera’ and in the process re-living … Continue reading

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The White Coat

How often do you shoot an image, get back home and load the image onto your screen, and see something you never thought was in the frame when you pressed the shutter. That’s what happened with this shot taken earlier … Continue reading

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Shapes

This is the exterior of the Towner gallery in Eastbourne. On our first visit, I was captivated more by the exterior than by the content of the interior. A sparse, almost minimalist, concrete facade that when reduced to two dimensions … Continue reading

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Line of Descent

Winter and shorter hours of daylight brings benefits, one is more time indoors to catch up on some long overdue processing, particularly B&W conversions. The three images in this post go back quite a few years, two of them to … Continue reading

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Beach Walkers

Autumn has occupied my attention for several weeks to the exclusion of other images. It’s time to change the genre. Today’s image goes back a few weeks to a beautiful day when we went back to Littlehampton on the south … Continue reading

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Harley

I’ve never owned a Harley Davidson and I’m never likely to, but that doesn’t stop me getting excited by the sight of one, or the sound of one. A couple of weeks ago we had an event in town called … Continue reading

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Subway

I was in London last friday and used a new access point into the Underground (subway) at Victoria station (one day re-development will be finally over). New corridors: largely empty, inherent contrast, angular lines. Perfect for B&W images. There’s going … Continue reading

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