Bolton Priory earlier this week in the sunshine.
I do love black and white – or should I say monochrome. There’s something honest about it. What you are looking at is actually there (more or less) – the form and tones, the subject. This is a little gate at Christ Church in Ilkley. Actually it’s the one Deborah and I went through… Read More »
Thick early morning mist on Ilkley moor today. Quite a few people out walking but the long distance views were non existent. I love this view though, looking directly into the sun – don’t let anyone tell you to take photos with the sun behind you – specially on days like this.
Here’s a neat trick David Hockney might be interested in – done on the iPhone 4. You can wave the phone around and it intelligently shoots and stitches together a number of images
Mark Waddington photo: quad bike and border collie
What is the role of a video producer and how does that translate into the school project? What are the benefits of a video project in a school?
As I took this I was thinking about the difference between and effect and an observation. It seems to me that there are many photos which rely on an interesting effect – a colour or a style of presentation which makes the overall mood look appealing. Then there are others which are less about the… Read More »
The Ilkley Flickr group met on Sunday morning. One of the things we have been talking about has been street photography and was also dealt with in a photo-camp event in Bradford. Photographing people in the wild, in their natural habitat, is a great sport but one which is fraught with danger. The attraction for… Read More »