17/09/2012 § Leave a comment
Well this is now my final post for Wales.
Sorry that this last Wales post has taken so long to be posted. The last few months have been rather busy, what with preparing for my exhibition, and like I said in my previous Wales post, this is one image which has taken me sometime to complete, mainly due to the perfectionist nature I have with my photography.
This image is off Caernarfon Castle, and has been made by stitching a total of nearly 30 images together. It has taken a while to create and finish, so hopefully now you will be able to see why it has taken me so long to post this online, and also why I left this image as my final photograph from Wales for you all.
As always click the image to enlarge, it is truly worth it with this image.
I hope you enjoy the photo, feel free to leave comments. Till next time.
25/05/2012 § 6 Comments
I have had a little change of heart.
This will now be my penultimate Wales post and it focuses on the main part of Caernarfon, which is Caernarfon Castle. I was lucky enough to be at the castle one night just as the sun was setting, creating a warm glow onto the old stone of the castle. It was such a treat seeing how the photos turned out.
As usual click the images to enlarge them.
My next Wales post will once again focus on Caernarfon Castle, but it will be one sole image, it is an image that has taken me sometime to finish. But I am rather proud of it, and I feel the image deserves a post all of its own.
I hope you enjoy them, feel free to leave some comments. Till next time.
25/04/2012 § Leave a comment
Now back to Wales, with my penultimate post from my holiday.
These photographs were taken around Caernarfon, mainly Foryd Bay, just as the sun was setting. The area was just stunning and found mostly by accident – I discovered it one morning after deciding to take a detour.
From then on, every morning always started with a drive along the road that swept right around the bay and coast. Feeling the sun really did wake me up in the mornings, along with that fresh sea air. It was a true treat to find, and it made the drive even better and the photos a real pleasure to take.
As usual click the images to enlarge them.
I hope you enjoy them, feel free to leave some comments. One more post to come and then that is all my Wales photos done.
23/04/2012 § Leave a comment
Following on from my feature on Business Boom Bolton today.
Just a reminder that you can see all my recent and past press clippings on the Press section of my blog. Here is just a selection of my recent press clippings, more are located within the Press section of my blog.
More photos from Wales to come later this week, till next time.
09/04/2012 § Leave a comment
A quick post from me today for an Easter treat.
Well I had a lovely Easter, especially with finding that the field opposite me is now filled with a flock of sheep. Over the weekend though that flock grew even more with two lambs being born. It was such a surprise to wake up to and what a treat to get over the Easter weekend! Here are just of a few photos of the fluffy little bundles with their mother.
I hope you enjoy the photos, feel free to comment – till next time.
20/03/2012 § 7 Comments
Hi everyone, hope your all well.
This post includes a variety of the Panoramic photographs that I took when on my Holiday in Wales last year. I really enjoyed doing the Panoramas, the technique of taking the many photos to evidentually stitch together, made me have to get into a different frame of mind when taking the photos to get enough photos all together to stitch together. To view the full experience of the photos click the images to enlarge them.
I hope you enjoy them, feel free to leave some comments, a few more posts from my photos from Wales to come soon.
21/02/2012 § Leave a comment
Here is my next update from my holiday to Wales last September.
This post includes photos that I took on my Lomography fisheye camera. Using the fisheye camera was such a different experience to what I am used to, as even when looking through the viewfinder I would not get the fisheye experience. So I had to wait till my film was developed, it was also great to get back into using film again. The film I used was Fujifilm 400x Provia colour slide film.
They were taken in a variety of locations including Caernarfon Castle, Red Wharf Bay in Anglesey, Swallow Falls in Betws-y-Coed and Bull Bay in Almwich, Anglesey. Click the images to enlarge them.
I hope you enjoy them, feel free to leave some comments, there is still a few more posts to come from my photos from Wales soon.