Road testing my new Lensbaby Edge 50 in Beckenham Place Park, Kent UK. The first image has the colours slightly saturated and the 2nd image of the bluebells in the woods is straight from camera. I enjoyed using the Lensbaby, I managed to get the exposure right, but I need more practise on the blur … More Project 365 – Day 110
On Sat 31st March, I went on a Wex Photography Walk in Regents Park with a professional photographer called Tom Mason to take photos of Wildlife in Regents Park London. Unfortunately it rained pretty much the entire time and it was cold. I didn’t get many images that I was happy with, but the tips … More Regents Park – Tom Mason Walk with Wex
Now on day 97 I am well into the swing of things. I have learnt so much doing this project, almost wish I had done it sooner.
Today I went to a flower photography workshop, which showed me how to take creative photos in a studio using different techniques and lighting. The techniques below included multiple exposures in camera and slow shutter speeds with intentional camera movement.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, I was invited to be part of a photography Exhibition that started in Lewisham Town Hall and then moved to New Cross Learning Centre. My work was displayed along side many other very talented women, I was honoured to be part of it.
Foal Farm is a animal rescue centre in Kent. Last Saturday I did some work for the Farm Photography the animals for their new website and social media sites. Hopefully to help re-home some of the Cats and Bunnies.
37 days into my 365 Project and it’s becoming easier to get inspired. Below are some examples of my daily photos.
This morning Keith Surey kindly guided a few of us from Beckenham Photographic Club on a photography walk down London’s famous Brick Lane and surrounding areas. Its full of street art and interesting people, I recommend a visit………
This photo was taken last August in Normandy France, the original image was flat and boring because of the light, so I used a You Tube tutorial to help me turn the image into a moody scene.