09/05/2012 § Leave a comment
Thanks to The Young Creative, for there feature on me.
Remember you can check out more of my articles and press clippings in the Press section of my blog.
Based in Manchester, Steven has a love of all things outdoors. ‘I’ve always had a love of the architecture and landscapes around us,’ he says. ‘Maybe it comes from my dad being a joiner and builder.’
His work, therefore, tends to focus on architecture, landscape and still-life compositions. ‘I like to capture the lines and forms of the city and countryside,’ he says, ‘whether they be man-made or natural.’
Tell us a bit about yourself…
From my time at college I gained a love for photography from one of my modules in the course I was doing. I then progressed into a photography degree at The University of Bolton, where I gained my degree and graduated in 2010. Since then, I have continued to further my passion for photography, as well as working as a freelance photographer…
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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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23/12/2011 § Leave a comment
Here is my next post from my holiday to Wales.
These photographs were taken at Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed, an amazing waterfall that just begs for photographs to be taken. Using a long exposure for the majority of the photographs, to capture the speed and beauty of Swallow Falls, I really enjoyed taking these pictures. It was something I have not tried before, but have been longing to do, and it was interesting trying to keep a steady hand whilst the power of the waterfall was flowing around me.
I hope you enjoy the photographs and I would love some comments or feedback. Click the photos too enlarge them.
More posts from my holiday to Wales will be posted in the New Year. In the meantime have a Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
22/10/2011 § Leave a comment
Hi there, this is my first post on my new blog.
After much time wanting to create a blog I have finally done so. I will be updating this blog with recent photographs along with ones from my back catalogue, which includes Architectural, Landscape and Still Life photography.
I will shortly be posting my most recent photographs that I shot when I went on a short break to Wales for a week at the beginning on September 2011. These will include photographs that I shot on my DSLR and on my Fisheye camera with colour film.
Here are some of the photos that I have shot over the years.
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