Photographed from the viewing tower on the hill at Gurten.
A gallery of images from my journey to the U.K. and back in 2006, collecting Jo to bring her to live with me in Switzerland.
Second image from a shoot in Bern, inspired by 1980 classic horror film "The Shining".
A photo I took a year ago today reminds me to put down the lighting gear and head out with just a camera and a pair of comfortable shoes, to capture the light which needs no help.
I continued with my series of set-up photos yesterday evening and returned to the PROGR building in Bern with a couple of volunteers, to try and get some different images from the last time I was there a few weeks ago.
Jo, photographed on a Sunday outing to the Gurten hilltop park on the outskirts of Bern.
A panoramic view of the small, remote town of Malfa on the Italian island of Salina.
A re-edited version of a picture from 2008 has been added to the One Frame Movie series.
When I heard of the great ruckus surrounding the potential demolition of my pre-junior school in Surrey, I decided to return while I was in the U.K. to make sure that I had some photos to remember it by.
Shallow depth of field brings a special feeling to a photograph, altering scale and reality so it looks just a little unusual. By setting a wider aperture in your camera, the depth of field will become smaller and the areas nearer to and further away from the camera will be more and more out of focus. By using the most…
I've been meaning to spend a little time to sit down and really get to grips with the High Dynamic Range editing process. For the unititiated, the HDR is a photo which contains detail within a much wider range of tones than is possible through an individual shot, from deep shadows to bright highlights.
Spring flowers in bloom in the small copse near the house where I grew up.