I recently had the pleasure of visiting Porto for my brothers wedding. The wedding aside (a great experience in itself), what an amazing place Porto is, and somewhere i will visit again. Before jetting out i had a hit list of locations i wanted to visit and shoot. However, there are several things i didn’t […]
Friday 28th December 2018 As the year ends and i plan for the year ahead i take the time out, in-between a family Christmas and New Year to have a walk around the streets of Liverpool with the Fuji X-t20 and the XF 18-55mm f2.8. For 2019 i plan to do more and use this […]
Amazing project by Aaron Sheldon called “Small Steps are Giant Leaps” shot with natural light and a Fuji X-T1 or, X-Pro2. This series of images showing his son dressed as an astronaut in different scenarios is fantastic. See more via the link below. Visit Aaron
So today I paid a visit to the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool to view the “Only in England” exhibition; a collection of Martin Parr images and Tony Ray-Jones images selected by Martin. You can see from the collection that Tony had an influence on Martins early work, both sets of prints are alike.
Finally got around to printing some pictures out for my mother from last years holiday!
A great article over on Abduzeedo.com showcasing a selection of great double exposure photography, i’ve never given this technique a go, but i might, why not!
WORLD renowned artist Jaume Plensa who created the St Helens icon Dream has praised a new set of artworks featuring the sculpture. Recently a couple of friends (Chris Conway and Neil Isherwood) and I took a series of pictures of the Dream sculpture in St.Helens. Having tweeted links to St.Helens Star the local paper they […]
These are fantastic portraits, a bit spooky mind just how similar family members are… wouldn’t mind trying this out for myself. Ulric Collette has produced these genetic portraits as a photographic research project exploring the similarities between different members of the same family. View more of his work here
Apparently the most colourful place on earth… well its between that and the lemonshed surely? These rock formations are found in southeast and southwest China.
I recently watched an amazing documentary on BBC Catchup by imagine about the life and photography of Vivian Maier.