Lots of rain this Summer in the UK so had to capture the essence of the time….
An image taken on a photo day out earlier this year. The Colour Pop was done in Lightroom alone (tut available if required)
Another image from Cenarth, this time in the local church…
Finally I have some images to post…..this Summer has been crazy at work and I’ve hardly taken any images so have stopped the 365 project. I intend to post images when I can and here is one. Hope everyone is well and I will comment on your images when I find time…..
I would like to thank Melanie for the following award which she saw fit to give me…if you don’t know Melanie’s work check it out HERE . She like to get up close and personal with her photography and. like me, is a bit of a guerilla photographer who thinks nothing of wondering into private yards for ‘that’ shot 😉
In order to keep this award, I have to share something about myself and then, pass it to another photographers, so here I go:
I am a professional Picture Framer based in the South West of England and have very successful business and live with my partner, Christine.
Before that I worked for a major international brewer for 16 years in a number of roles from Computer Systems Manager, through various Production Leader roles (where I became a qualified Brewer) to a Development Coach helping people to develop their non-technical skills (people management etc etc) before being made redundant.
I am a great lover of the outdoors and am never happier than in the hills; and in the last two and a bit years carrying my photo gear with me grabbing shots of natures wonderful tapestry.
And now I am gonna pass the award to some deserving bloggers:
Please don’t feel obliged to accept this award…it is just my way of saying that I find your blogs inspirational
OK, as requested by Mike, here is my Agriculture theme image flipped horizontally. Mike’s reason for requesting this was that as Western Cultures tend to read text left to right the brain scans images in the same way and that the leading lines running from the bottom left might change the feel of this image. My own view is that sometimes by going the opposite way it add energy and tension to an image….see what you think.
A quick and dirty edit on the religion image to remove the newer building……