Recently, I bought a new car, and like all young men, I wanted to show it off, but not simply by taking smartphone quality images, adding a filter and splashing it across social media, I, as a photography wanted to show some genuine effort. Taking a photograph from a low angle (known as worms-eye photography)… Continue reading Worms-eye angle photography.
In this series of three photos, I was experimenting with 30 second exposures over the A1(M) at Brotherton, with one image taken on the Motorway, and two taken of the lights on my car interacting with other vehicles passing. The A1(M) from Brotherton, looking Northbound. This image shows the A1(M) looking north, and shows the… Continue reading 30 seconds of the A1
I have been experimenting with a series of images, using double exposure. The first two images in this series of four come from my 'diversity' project, and the third from my current 'inside outside' project. The fourth image comes from an earlier project, 'transformations'. London St Pauls Cathedral and Wakefield City Centre This image has… Continue reading Double Exposure Experiments
When working with slow shutter speads at night, specifically with vehicles, I have often found that buses make the best subjects for this. They have the most lighting, with internal lighting and disgital screens showing the destination of the bus. This image was taken in Aberdeen on a bridge over the River Dee, heading towards… Continue reading Bus on a Slow Shutter
Britain, once known as the home of the railways, has now one of the most run down networks in the whole of Europe. The North specifically has suffered years of underfunding from the British Government, and while it is sad to see our railway in such a sad state, it does allow for such beautiful… Continue reading Five signs of a Decaying Railway
Over the last few years, I've had many attempts at light painting, many done unexpectedly. This image was taken over two years ago for my year 11 coursework. The image above was taken on outskirts of Leeds, near Garforth. The image was taken unintentionally and shows light trails from passing cars. A class 66 locomotive… Continue reading Painting with Lights
Being a northerner myself, its pretty easy to agree that 'the north' (thats anything above Watford Gap) is just a little bit grim... in the daytime. While working for my GCSE project, on the build up to my year 11 exams, I took a trip to Newcastle, and carried out a shoot up there. During… Continue reading The Beautiful North