Recently I decided that I should have another go at some macro shots of the cactuses that are sat on my window sill. The photos below were taken with one or two speedlights with a sheet of A4 paper to diffuse the light and wireless triggers (ironically called Cactus triggers) to fire them.
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On the weekend a few photographers from work got together to have a go at trying some car shots. We turned up with cars and cameras and started off with some shots by mounting the tripod onto the frame of the car
Because of engine vibrations in the sports-car we decided to try . . . → Read More: Car photos
What the ?!?
Set to become law on 16 February, the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 amends the Terrorism Act 2000 regarding offences relating to information about members of armed forces, a member of the intelligence services, or a police officer.
The new set of rules, under section 76 of the 2008 Act and section 58A of . . . → Read More: Jail for photographing police?
I thought I should put up a few of the snowy photos I have taken recently. All were taken at IBM Hursley
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Last weekend I decided to go to Hiller Gardens, primarily because the had a photography exhibition which I knew some friends from work had entered photos into. I was generally impressed with the photos, though some of the entries should have been vetted as there were way too may photos of bluebells…
While there I . . . → Read More: Hillier Gardens by camera
I have been trying to take my compact camera everywhere with me, and have been failing miserably. I missed the most amazing foggy sunrise yesterday at work because I had gotten lazy about bringing it.
Here are a couple of shots from around work taken recently
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