Behind The Image, Photography

Talent vs Dedication

At the beginning of the week I was having a conversation with a friend I’ve wondered more than once. Someone with no art education just like me started a conversation about skill versus talent. It leads to the same question whether art is a skill or a talent? As an adult, I used to use […]

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About Gears, Exhibitions & News

Nikon announces a new mirrorless camera

After years and month of speculation Nikon finally announces its first full frame mirrorless camera. Along with the new camera a brand new range of lenses have also been announced. If you are already a Nikon user, don’t fret an F-Mount adaptor will also be made available in order to use your old lenses. Have […]

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Photography

City of London

Hi Everybody!! Yes I’ve done it again. I was AWOL and I have absolutely no excuse as to why. I was feeling drained and decided to take a couple days off then laziness creeped in. As you can see, I’ve managed to chase the laziness away and not a moment too soon. Today I am […]

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Photography

Millenium Mills Spillers

The image above is that of the Millenium Mills Spillers building located on the South side of the Royal Victoria Docks by the Thames Barrier and the Excel centre. It was designed and built by millers William Vernon & Sons in 1905. Vernon and Sons named the mill after their most successful product, a flour variety which they […]

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Photography

Under the bridge

Hope everybody’s had a wonderful week so far. It’s no secret that I take pictures when I am waiting for my trains even though I am not suppose to. But who can resist this beautiful scenery? I wasn’t about to miss it so I chose to save the moment. Hop you guys like it as […]

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Cityscape, Photography

Printing our work !!!

    In this digital age, our work tend to be processed on various screens and then shared on social media to be seen on another screen. We then forget to print our work. It is important to print our work, study it, hold it in our hands. Whether you are printing it yourself or […]

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Photography

What makes for the perfect portrait?

It’s no secret that I’ve always been fascinated portraits. Give a strong Black & White portrait and I am sold each time. Lately I’ve been wondering what makes for a good portrait? When I started on this journey, the photographers who’s work inspired me most where Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier Bresson and Robert Frank. Different […]

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Photography

Following the lines

Hope everyone’s week has been going well so far. Here to share an image from my outing by the Royal Docks. Finally got to sorting stage of the images. So the coming images will be from the same set. Am sure that we’ve all seen numerous similar images.   I took this image when the […]

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Photography

Blue Sunset

Hi everyone, Hope everyone’s week a while ago but some reason it got lost in the batch. With the ever the increasing images in my collection, it’s easy for some to get lost. About the image: I shot this image using a polariser. Very important filter if you want definition in the clouds. However, the colours […]

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