At the start of the month I attended a street photography workshop that was being run by Jessops and Panasonic, I’m going to count it as being able to cross off my resolutions list as attending a photo meet up as essentially that’s what it was, a load of camera geeks in a room talking shop and playing with toys before heading out and using them in the real world. The workshop was taken by Damien Demolder, who was excellent, the right level of fun and informative you need from such a situation. (more…)
Zenza Bronica S2A, 75mm Nikkor, Fuji Pro 160s, f4, 1/125th sec. (more…)
An image taken some time ago, October or November I think, on a particularly cold day. This was long into the afternoon and the morning’s frost was still showing in shadowed areas.
Olympus OM-1, 50mm, Fomapan Classic 100 (more…)
So I posted this image to my twitter feed earlier, thought I’d post it here too. This is the current stock of film I have in my fridge, there’s more film than food there at the moment.
So what have we got? Well from top left and going round clockwise; (more…)
My sister got engaged not too long before Christmas, these are a few images I took during the festive period when everyone was together to celebrate it. All are taken with my Olympus OM-1 and on Agfa Vista 200 film.
Another selection of street images taken with my Olympus OM-D EM-5.
25mm, ISO 200, f4,1/50th sec. (more…)
Zenza Bronica S2A, 75mm Nikkor 1:2.8, Fuji Pro 160s, f8, 1/125th sec. (more…)
Zenza Bronica S2A, Nikkor 75mm, Fujipro 160S, f8, 1/125th sec (more…)
Welcome to another edition of my long running street photography series, as always these are all taken with my Olympus OM-D EM-5 and either 25mm Panasonic Leica Summilux or 17mm M.Zuiko lenses. Comment away and enjoy.
25mm, ISO 800, f1.4, 1/40th sec. I liked the reflections being cast by the lights on the damp paving, creating lines of dark and light across the ground in a pattern (more…)
It was a misty day and the evening was no different when I left the office, visibility was practically zero as you can see from this image and I could just about see the figure walking a few feet ahead of me about to disappear into the fog. I like how they’re just about still visible but also how the artificial lights slightly burn through and light up the air around them,. This photo I especially like as it represents a time that is unlikely to be repeated, I no longer work anywhere near this location.
Olympus OM-1, 50mm, Fomapan Classic 100. (more…)