Monthly Archives: December 2011

Happy Christmas!!!!

The title says it all really.  Have a great Christmas and a phabulously photographic New Year!!  We’ll be back in 2012… These “curtains” are of red tinsel.  The streakiness comes from moving the camera downwards during the exposure.  It could be that the image symbolises the closing of one year and opening of another, or […]

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Lights, camera, action!

OK, so we’ve got our Christmas tree up, (in the unused fireplace as usual), and after admiring its beauty and the way the lights looked, I got to wondering, “Just how can I photograph the lights in a creative way?”   Well, the first thing to do was to establish a reference point by photographing it […]

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Icy the snow.

It’s now well and truly winter, with snow in Scotland, frosts down south, and strong winds all over the UK. The winter weather brings another dimension to photography; frost.  It’s just a bit of frozen water but it’s beautiful. These grasses covered with hoar frost on a very cold winter morning look almost monochromatic.  They’ve […]

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