For sometime now I have wanted to indulge my creative curiosity in the world of pinhole photography. I like the impressionistic, ethereal appearance which is often enhanced by the long exposure times necessary. Photography without a lens; just the smallest of apertures in front of a film or digital sensor in a light sealed box.Read more
It may seem a little odd to be posting this image when here in the UK we are still enjoying the long warm days of summer.
This dull, misty scene of bare skeletal trees in winter reminds me of what lies in store. From a photographic point of view, autumn and winter have much to offer and the months between October and March are arguably my favoured time of year to be out and about with a camera.
I shall make the most of the summer but I am looking forward to the seasons changing and the impact they have on our rich and varied landscape.
Regular visitors will know that during Lockdown I took on a different approach to my photography. Many of the images made during this time relied upon strong light, shadows and how ordinary household objects could be transformed when the light just happened to be in the right place at the right time.Read more
‘Listen to Silence,
It has much to say’
(A quote by Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, a 13th century Persian poet).