14/01/2013 § Leave a comment
Well it’s been a while sorry for that, it will all be explained.
First of all Happy New Year everyone, I hope you all had a great Christmas & New Year. So first things first sorry for the long delay in posts, the last six months of 2012 were rather busy for me, which sadly gave me little time for blog posting. It was all good though as at the end of the year I got a full-time job, which was a great way to end the year with and start the new year off with.
So onto the photos, well the weather has finally turned wintry here now in the UK with the frost over the grounds which makes for such lovely setting, especially in the countryside where I live. So with that in mind here are some photos that I took of the frosty countryside. Hopefully my next blog post will not have as much of a gap between posts next time.
Click the Image to enlarge them, I hope you enjoy the photos, feel free to leave comments. Till next time.
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.
31/05/2012 § Leave a comment
With all this amazing weather, it is just perfect for photography.
So over the weekend I went for a walk into the woods near me, it was a really enjoyable walk and nice and cooling too. The rest of the photos that I took will be posted in the future on here.
But my main aim was to get up to Castle Rock, which is one of the viewing points within the wood, where on a clear day you can see all the way into Manchester which is nearly 18 miles away from Castle Rock.
To get the best view of this image it really needs to be seen large, so as usual click to enlarge it.
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.
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.
23/04/2012 § 2 Comments
Check out this great feature on myself from the guys over at Business Boom Bolton.
We kick off this week’s spread of creativity with freelance architectural and landscape photographer Steven Bullock. Having graduated from the University of Bolton, Steven is now well and truly en route to fulfilling his passion on a full-time basis, with constant impressive updates to his already extensive portfolio. Here’s more from Steven himself:
“I got into photography from originally doing my college course which included a module in the subject; from there my love of photography just evolved and I looked at courses at various universities. The Bolton offering took my fancy with a good course and tutors that are very willing to help and guide us with things.
My influences in photography have been from Gregory Crewdson to Manchester-based photographer Andrew Paul Brooks as well as Slinkachu with some of my still life photography.
My work involves still life, landscape and architectural photography from around Manchester, Cheshire and any…
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12/04/2012 § 2 Comments
A quick little post from me today.
Manchester has had many different attractions in its time. But one of the most prominent is the Manchester Wheel, it has been with us in many different incarnations for almost 10 years now, first arriving in 2004 and it has always been in the same location at Exchange Sqaure, right in the heart of the shopping district of the City Centre. Though come this weekend on Sunday 15th April at 6pm the wheel will turn for the last time and close in preparation for Exchange Square to be used for Olympic events this Summer in Manchester.
With that in mind I decided to test out my new wide angle lens, with getting a photo of the Wheel before it leaves Manchester, and here it is, click to enlarge the image.
After this weekend if you want a view from high up above Manchester, you will either have to work in the office blocks in Manchester or be lucky enough to go to the 23rd Floor Bar at the Hilton.
I hope you enjoy the photo, feel free to leave any comments – till next time.