Category Archives: Photography

Flowers in Groups

As well being photogenic as single specimens, flowers also work well in groups. For these shots I’ve tried to isolate the flowers from the background, either by reducing the depth of field or by using a backing board This is … Continue reading

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Buildings and Patterns

Repeating patterns can often add interest to what might otherwise be mundane images. I found that this was especially true of buildings and architecture. The photos below were taken during the period that I lived and worked near Birmingham in … Continue reading

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Motion Blur in Photography

Photographs by their very nature capture an instant in time. To give the impression of movement or speed it’s sometimes necessary to move outside the standard camera settings or techniques. One option is to pan the camera as the photo … Continue reading

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