Tag: Camera

InfraRed – Part 2

This is a quick follow-up post to this blog entry I spent a nice week away from the internet recently, which staying with my parents in Sutton on Sea; to ensure that I wasn’t bored without the internet I took both my cameras with me – the Infrared Canon Powershot A630 and my Nikon D3400. …

Infrared

Recently, Mal Holmes, gave a presentation at Bury Photography Society about Infrared photography and I was somewhat captivated by the notion of it. I have recently found myself missing the technical side of photography – printing & processing film mostly – and because Infrared photography seemed so technical I thought that it was fascinating. The …

Droplets

I’m slowly trying to introduce photography back in my life in one way or another – I am finding the juggling between being  an Illustrator/Artist, Mummy and Photographer a bit tricky; finding places to go where I can take the camera and my son is a challenge in itself, so I am always looking for …

Bury Photographic Society

On the 6th of September I made my first appearance at Bury Photographic Society, so I guess that means I am a bit more serious about growing this whole ‘photography thing’ after all! It was a bit of an eye-opener, that left me with a conflicted mixture of inspired and intimidated; the meeting was a …

fstops

Image wise, this might be a bit of a dull post to look at – sorry for that. After my blunder with not remembering which way round fstops worked and how they effected Depth of Field I wanted to have a little experiment. Setting my Canon Eos 20D to aperture priority I set about gradually …

Warriors

  This was taken during the same session as my previous post so I was still suffering from my exposure, depth of field and aperture issues. But, out of the images I took this session I think this is the one that I felt was closest to what I am after. It’s a little bit …

First steps

It has been a pretty steep learning curve thus far! Trying to remember how to use my camera after only having lightly dabbled with using it in the past X amount of years has been pretty intense; but you know, it’s been amazing! After having to lay on the floor from my last set – …

Photovember #8

Photovember #7

Photovember #4

Today, was all about puddle testing with the Chief Puddle Tester! I don’t know what makes a good splashing puddle, but it seems that Marcus does. If its not good enough, he quickly moves on to a puddle that is. Or in this case, stream.