Category Archives: Composition

How do you keep the creativity going?

Recently a friend of mine asked if I ever had “Photographer’s Block”.  I told her it was always a possibility, but that I kept my creative juices flowing by setting myself little challenges.  Often when I do this I allow myself the use of only one lens.  This time it was my Nikon-fit Sigma 50mm […]

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It’s a bit of an abstract idea.

I recently joined a new group on Facebook called “Abstract Landscape Photography”.  It is fascinating to see the sort of work other photographers put up, and also how they interpret the definition of “Abstract Landscape”. Someone, for example, has some images of the inside of a working hospital.  They’re very interesting, and do make a […]

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Happy Christmas!

Just a quick blog post to wish my readers “Happy Christmas” and I hope you all have a “Phabulously Photographic New Year!” Here are some Christmas tree lights in Bristol photographed, as they say on Masterchef, two ways. This first image is a reflection of the Christmas tree lights in a vertical water feature.  The […]

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