I think this shot is one of my fav’s from the day. A cold and frosty start and then the sun breaks through the trees just as I line up this shot of a VW jigsaw. It felt like magic.
BTW. All the selective colouring on this shot and the previous ones is done using Silver Efex pro 2 (Pre-Google).
If you like you can catch up with my other shots from the car cemetery here:
Another shot of the Victorian Strollers
Here is a link to their site www.victorianstrollers.co.uk
No.It’s not where Ozzy and Sharon live. It was our next port of call on the Isle of Wight.
Osborne House is a former royal residence in East Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK. The house was built between 1845 and 1851 for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a summer home and rural retreat.
PP with silver efex pro 4
The cliffs here are mostly crumbling sand of varying colours. I thought I’d try to bring this out in black and white. Let me know what you think.
I like the colour version just as much as the black and white. Although I mostly am a black and white kinda guy I thought I’d share this shop scan with you. I’ve just added the frame.
This shot reminds me a lot of Martin Parr and his work. I find using a wide angle to take shots of people is a lot of fun. You have to get in close and they think that you are shooting something else. Peoples perception of a camera is very 50 mm. In other words if you are not pointing directly at them it’s not me you are photographing.
I’ve been in Denmark or to be more precise Skagen Home of artist and painter PS krøyer.
The Sand worm, Denmark northern most point where two seas meet. You can hitch a ride on the Sand worm or walk along the beach. We hitched a ride.
A change of subject. One of my colleagues at work has this wonderful vehical.
Shot using Hipstamatic and Put together in Ps.
I couldn’t leave this shot alone. I wanted to see how it would look in black and white. I thought I’d post the result so you can judge for yourselves.