Posts about Mirror Project

The Mirror Project was begun in the 1990s by Heather Powazek Champ, and her idea inspired a large number of photographers – myself included – to begin taking self-portraits in reflective surfaces. A fuller collection of my photos on this theme is in this Flickr gallery.

Porsche-Zentrum, Stuttgart

I was possibly the only man within the immediate area who was visiting this building because of the architecture, and not because of the cars. Photographed on the concourse outside the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart.

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Visiting Torchwood

Having made good time during a cross-Britain drive a few weeks ago, I stopped off at Cardiff to stretch my legs and visit spots well-known to fans of Doctor Who and Torchwood in Cardiff Bay.

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Visiting Torchwood

Having made good time during a cross-Britain drive a few weeks ago, I stopped off at Cardiff to stretch my legs and visit spots well-known to fans of Doctor Who and Torchwood in Cardiff Bay. The whole area is new to me, having been developed over the past twelve years: well after I used to […]

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Week 28 of 52

The mirrored windows of the German InterCity Express arrive in Spiez, en route from Interlaken to Berlin.

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Week 27 of 52

Taking my own advice: getting a good portrait by finding great light and then standing someone in it. In this case, the mirror in the toilet of an Intercity on the way home. This shot also reinforces the theory that Chase Jarvis promotes: the best camera is the one you have with you.

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My little sister

Photographed on Freshwater East beach during a family trip to Wales, where we used to go on family holidays.

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