Tag Archives: Reflective Glass

Second Viewing

A couple of weeks ago I re-visited a scene I previously photographed in Where to Crop. You might like to view that image to make comparisons with today’s. On my first visit I encountered problems that related to an inability … Continue reading

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Where to Crop

There’s nothing sacrosanct about the size of a captured image, It’s dictated by the size of the sensor and each of my three cameras has a different sized sensor. We crop to remove extraneous detail, to improve composition and accentuate … Continue reading

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Wintry Reflections

Building design has changed dramatically since the invention of the float glass process by Sir Alastair Pilkington in the 1950s. We have moved a long way from the idea that windows are merely fenestrations in the external walls of a … Continue reading

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Blue Hues

Colour can be bold, colour can be subtle. Pre-digital, I became increasingly disenchanted with my colour work as a small amount of under or over exposure usually ruined an image. Not so with B&W work where, as the processor, I … Continue reading

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Overhangs

Every month I go down to London to a meeting of the Camera Club at the Royal Society of Medicine. It’s always an enjoyable occasion. I belong to two camera clubs and from each of them I acquire new ideas … Continue reading

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