I posted a photo similar to this a little while ago but this one really shows how unique these telephone boxes are.
The one on the right is a coffee shop and the one on the left is a flower shop.
These are so brilliantly unique to Brighton.
Ooo I've been waiting for this moment, this is the brand new Aurora HDR 2019. Let me make this clear, Aurora HDR is by far the best piece of software for creating HDR photos. If you want to take HDR photos you can read my full HDR Tutorial here.
Over the August Bank Holiday weekend in Brighton it was the annual Mod Weekender. It's a huge gathering of scooters such as Vespas, Lambrettas and they all look amazing. Part of the Mod film Quadrophenia was filmed in Brighton and it's always had a connection and was the scene of Mods vs Rockers a huge fight against the two groups back in the 60 and 70s.
Something a little different today. This was taken on Lake Windermere, it was a single rock near the edge of the water and I thought it made an interesting subject.
This was a long exposure with an 10 stop filter on the front and whilst everything around was busy and hectic this felt calm. To take away any distractions I converted to B&W.
I've had a lensball for a while but never really used it before. I didn't want to just take a photo with me holding it in front of the subject, it seems like everyone is taking a photo like that.
I must admit I did take a photo like that when I first got it and it received a lot of likes on Instagram but I wanted to step away from that.