Category Archives: Composition

Tuscany

A couple of weeks ago I went on my first trip to Tuscany, and particularly the Val d’Orcia, which must be one of the the most photogenic locations you can imagine! Tuscany has been photographed time and time again, and … Continue reading

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Learning in Mono

I thought I’d follow on from the first post with some musings following a Black and White workshop I attended at Lakeland Photographic Holidays.  I’m not going to profess to being an expert or to comment on the best way … Continue reading

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Simplicity

Some good photographers who are also friends say that they most like my more abstract photographs. Why?  What makes people react more strongly to them? I’m largely self taught.  By that I mean I go out, take pictures, put them … Continue reading

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