I am still occasionally managing to do some landscape work. This is a folly in a gorgeous park not too far from where I live. It was great to be out in nature with a camera, which coincidentally is my new Hasselblad X1D! 😀
Does size matter? New work on exhibit at the train station in Woking.
I’m one-quarter of the way through completing my Masters of Fine Art at UCA Farnham, here in the UK and we’ve just put up an exhibit at The Lightbox in Woking. This is the work that I was printing and mounting in one of my earlier posts. Exciting Times! 🙂
Best Nine? Apparently, I don’t post much on Instagram. But hey, 15 is up 3 from the 12 I posted there in 2016.
Its been an interesting day. Dust and small water droplets are my worst enemies. 🙄 😆 Time for an adult beverage. 🍷 Test Strip Printing Trimming Mounting
I am delighted to share that I will be a speaker at the NZIPP – the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography Infocus Conference next year, July 8 and 9th in Wellington, NZ!! Join us? More info: https://infocus.org.nz/ Stay tuned, in addition to speaking I will also run a workshop and lead a photowalk while I am there.
I’m very pleased to share that I’ve been selected as a judge for this year’s The Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. I cannot wait to see all the beautiful images. I shall hopefully find myself spending some time in Scotland in 2018! <3 😀 https://www.slpoty.co.uk/the-judges/
Our group from this year’s Ireland workshops. Everyone was extremely enjoyable to shoot with and real troopers shooting through a lot of schedule changes due to the storms that blew through. All safe and happy at the end of the adventures. 🙂
John and I wrapped up two successful Light Land and Sea workshops today. We had a major named storm for each one. Historical! ✨💗🍀 The weather has returned to fairly normal now, but there is still a lot of cleanup to do around roads and neighbourhoods. You’d never know though, looking at the calm sea in […]