Eyes are very often the most striking feature in any portrait and are practically mesmerising in some of them. If you’ve ever wondered what a portrait would look like if the eyes were just a slightly different shade or even a radically different colour – why not change it?Read More
The ability to use filters is a real skill and not something that you can pick up quickly…but using them especially a 10 stop filter can massively change your photography and open up a whole new World of creative.Read More
Whilst it seemed like everyone in Sussex was still in bed I was up exploring.
This was taken the day after Boxing Day, it was a misty start to the day and I was looking forward to getting a few misty scenes.
As I was setting up the sky suddenly came alive, the sun was rising and bringing a burst of colour. It only lasted a matter of minutes, I was in the right place at the right time.Read More
I wanted to take a photo of a Christmas tree to share on the weekend before the big day.
This tree is located at the top of School Hill in Lewes. I thought a long exposure created an interesting effect and something a little different.Read More
Towards the end of the year it’s the perfect time to take in all that nature has to offer before the festivities take over.
We live in such a beautiful country and I sometimes feel like we forget that.
This photo was taken overlooking Lake Windermere in The Lake District, one of the most amazing places in the World.Read More
In Brighton you really see some amazing pieces of street art. This one by a.pozas_art is brilliant, and tells the story of social media in today’s World.
I believe the actual piece is called ‘Always 0 love’. I know nothing about art but I love the way this makes you think and it means different things to different people.Read More
Not a landscape today, instead a candid portrait.
Over the weekend we visited Tilgate Park where they currently have their Magical Christmas. Part of this includes a Narnia maze with live actors.
There were lots to see and do during the day but the maze was a highlight.Read More
Street photography is something I don’t find that easy. I feel like eyes are on me and I just can’t get the look I’m after. I’m in a lucky position to be able to visit Brighton whenever I fancy and this gives me the chance to sharpen my skills.Read More
The Autumn/Winter crossover is possibly the best time to get out with your camera, the slight issue is that the weather is often poor. Rather than sit indoors and dream of the photos you could capture, the memories you could make…wrap up warm and enjoy.Read More