The Unexpected

The Unexpected

If you’ve been in photography for a while, you will know by now that not all images are planned. I pride myself on planning and visualising my images before creating them. However, I’ve recently noticed that my personal favourites are the ones that are unplanned. There’s something about the unexpected part of this image that [...]

Imitation vs Flattery

Imitation vs Flattery

They say that Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. This is a quote that I have been questioning in the last few days. Although we are encouraged to be surrounded by a lot of different style of photographs to train our eye, the question I have is, does it really help in the creation [...]

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Nick Brandt’s INHERIT THE DUST

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Nick Brandt’s INHERIT THE DUST

I would like to start this week with the new works of Nick Brandt entitled "Inherit The Dust". This particular series highlights the sheer scale of man’s astonishingly rapid and escalating expansion into, and destruction of, the natural world. The destruction of these animals, of these African places, is not happening in the past where [...]

London at Night

For a while, I've been wanting to do some night photography. However, I was a little uncertain of how it would work with my love of photography. Even though I've seen some pretty impressive images by some great artists. The more I put it off the more I wanted to do and I finally did. [...]

City of London

After concentrating on improving my architecture images and building quite a collection, it was easy to miss everything else around me. What I love about London is the mixture of the old and the new. A place where contemporary and nostalgic come together beautifully. For such a big city, each area has its uniqueness that [...]

Monday Photography Inspiration – Andreas Feininger

Monday Photography Inspiration – Andreas Feininger

Andreas Feininger was was an American photographer known for his black and white photography of New York from the 40s and 50s. He studied cabinetmaking and architecture at the Bauhaus and established a Swedish firm specialising in architectural and industrial photography. He was a staff photographer for Life Magazine for two decades from 1943 to [...]

A view like no other

"The joy of life come from our encounters with new experiences" - Unknown Good morning everybody!!! Monday is hard on all of us. What better way to brighten up the day with such a beautiful view. This is a view not to be missed. Stunning day, stunning view from Central London Happy Monday everybody!!! Paméla [...]