Photography

Notes from a chaotic mind

They are some days where I just sit in front of my computer staring at an image on the screen. Everything I try just seems boring. On the worst days, the screen is simply just blank and I have no idea where to start. Whether you photograph, draw or paint, those kind of days are […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

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 […]

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Photography

Is it necessary to create meaningful images?

The most important thing for me at the moment is creating images that are meaningful and powerful first for myself and then hopefully to someone that sees it. Photography after all is a tool of verbal non-communication that allows us to raise questions, create mystery or doubts in the viewer and most of all to transmit […]

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Cityscape

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. […]

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Cityscape, Photography

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 […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Eugene Atget

Eugène Atget was born in Libourne near Bordeaux in 1857.  He worked as a sailor in his youth then turned to the stage only with minor success. At fourty, he quit his acting career and after trying his hand at painting, he finally discovered his true calling which was photography. His life as a photographer […]

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Cityscape

London in Black and White

As most of you may have noticed, I have not published any of my personal work in a while. I wanted to take the time to reevaluate my work and see where I would like to go. However, the fight with my computer and photoshop has not helped either. Here is the first image that […]

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Cityscape

Time for something different – City of London

  For someone with an extremely short attention span (except when watching TV), it is good for me to with things up. For a while now, I’ve been wanting to shoot Cityscape but from my own perspective. With so many tall buildings in London with viewing areas, it is so easy to capture exactly what […]

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Photography

It’s All Written In The Sky

Ever since I was a child, I’ve always been fascinated by the sky. I vividly remember remember lying in the sand staring at the sky trying to make out the shapes each passing cloud made. My favourites were when they resembled animals. Till this day I find myself staring at the clouds almost wishing that […]

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