Some shots of Madness at the launch event for Hastings Pier last Saturday... All taken with a Canon Eos 5D. What a pleasure to be able to focus properly in low light in a way that my A7r just isn't capable of .
A view of Edinburgh Castle on the 1st of January 2015. This was the day after my 5th wedding anniversary, which we decided to spend in Scotland as we got married on Hogmany 2009. For 2015 I am planning to start the whole photo 365 thing again, I managed it for a while last year… Continue reading HNY
This is the first of my promised posts with series of images from my early may trip to Rome. Generally, I was trying to avoid the guidebook shots, as my energy is better spent making images that reflect my own experience of the city. This is by the River, near the Vatican. this set all… Continue reading Carousel – 12 images
Always fascinated by the shard at different times and in different light, it often seems most impressive in mist or rain. Here the red at the top shining into the rain shower give a little extra to the view. Taken with a Zeiss Sonnar 135/2.8, which is a nice enough lens, but not one that… Continue reading 20.03.14 -> Shard
I promised myself that I wouldn't post any Cat photos to my blog, however photo-a-day can be demanding and inspiration never struck on Wednesday… So here's a photo of our cat Poppy lounging around on the sofa. In a desperate attempt at making it relevant the shot was taken with my Zeiss 135/2.8 Sonnar. 😉
Siren, not as in a sound, but a lure. Allure. This is a new (or newly renovated) building in the City of London. The developers clearly believe that having ever light on at full blast is a way to attract attention to the Shiny newness of their building and maybe get it let. What excites… Continue reading 06.02.14 -> The Siren
So I'd just done a Market research group and had £70 in cash with me when I walked past a gear pusher near Oxford Circus in London and saw a nice looking Sonnar 135mm f/2.8 in the MMJ variation staring back at me for a mere £120. I walked in and asked to inspect the… Continue reading Christmas is Coming