Category Archives: Creative Photography

Showing my metal

You will have noticed from an earlier post that I’ve produced some new abstract Fine Art images using the “Bokeh” technique.  I’ve done some ruthless editing, and got it down to about just 50 or so of my favourites.  Working on the premise that the rest of the world has a right to know about these images, I’ve joined […]

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How low can you go!!

Imagine the scene… You’re photographing a wedding, and the bridegroom produces a small trampoline; this happened to me recently.  The idea was to get some images of him jumping/bouncing.  One way I could have done this was to have used a telephoto lens from a reasonable distance away and captured him with no visible means of support, but with normal […]

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Shake, rattle and roll!

Many of you have got digital cameras.   Given that almost every mobile phone now has a camera built into it, and also that everyone seems to have at least one digital compact camera in their household, I think there must be many more digital cameras in the UK now than there are people.  That’s a very interesting […]

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Fine Art Photography awards

Last week was the Master Photographers’ Association (MPA) Regional Fine Art Photography awards, held near Bristol.   The competition, for creative and artistic images, was judged by Peter Ellis, an ex-chairman of the MPA, and a respected international photography judge.  Peter awarded two of my images prizes.  The first of these was a view of a […]

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