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 […]
Yearly Archives: 2016
I’ve been trying out a new light-painting tool. It’s my home-made version of a commercially available tool. I’ve had some custom-cut Perspex shapes made, and bought a very powerful LED torch. The torch has three Cree T6 LED’s, and is somewhat north of 1000 Lumens brightness. At present my Perspex shapes are held in place […]
You know that in the game Monopoly there is a card that lets you “Get out of jail free”. This can be helpful. Recently I got into jail, well gaol actually, but it wasn’t free. The gaol in Reading, Berkshire, closed in 2013 but has reopened for a couple of months for an art installation […]
It’s Autumn (Fall) here in the UK, and the leaves are turning. The deciduous trees and shrubs with their beautiful colours will be looking glorious quite soon. As with all things photographic there’s a way to lift your leaf images, and that is to get the angle of the light right. Take these three images […]
People have asked where I got the LED strip light that I use for my light trail images. I got it from Amazon*, and you can get one by going here. It comes with a battery box, but no batteries. * I am not affiliated with Amazon.