Tag Archives: dark

Truth, lies, light, dark, shadows….


What you believe to be true maybe a lie in the shadows..it all depends on whom you’re willing to trust for it to be real…. 😮

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A look at abstract photography


I don’t know what it is, but ever since I was a child, out of the ordinary things, whatever or wherever they may be, have always fascinated me. I remember, I must have been no more than 4 or 5 … Continue reading

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More dark and light…..


    Just had a few moments spare, so I went looking for odd interactions between light and dark…..     😉  

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Dark and light


I love the way light and dark play with each other. These shots here are what we see every single day of our lives, but think nothing of them. But take a closer look..there’s magic in them there things! 😉

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Daido Moriyama–the man and his ways


Shinjuku, in Tokyo, Japan is where one of the most influential photographers of our times hangs out. The area could be compared to our Vancouver Eastside, or maybe even London’s Soho, albeit without the homeless and open drug dealing. There … Continue reading

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Yes, you heard right…a blind photographer.


Isn’t it nice to see life flitting before our eyes? Every single second of every day brings new things to light, things which possibly will not occur ever again. In fact, everything we see cannot be exactly the same, if … Continue reading

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How to take film noir shots with your camera!


Ever since I was a little kid in England, way back in the 60s, I remember getting up early at the weekends, and mum used to switch on our black and white tv (we weren’t allowed to touch anything “electric”!) … Continue reading

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Which camera to use for night or rain photos?


A lot of guys (and gals!) have asked me about which cameras are best to use when taking shots in the rain or at night. It’s all mainly dependent on personal preference really; whichever camera you are comfortable with is … Continue reading

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How to photograph the night!


Yes! How do you actually go about taking photographs in the dark? There are several elements to this fascinating area of photography, and although I’m no expert, I have tried this many times over the years and come away with … Continue reading

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the magic that was Brassai…..


no doubt many of you will have heard of, or seen the beautiful photographs created by Brassai. i myself had never heard of him, until one day, when i was thumbing through some books at my local library, i came … Continue reading

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