The same photo, in colour and black and white. I have just spent time getting into the detail of Snapseed photo editor on my tablet and phone.
Swanmore at dusk
I took this photograph as I was getting ready to photograph the firework display last week.
A few photographs from last night’s firework display in Swanmore.
Fungi in the New Forest (2)
Fungi in the New Forest (1)
Inspired by an excellent talk given by Ian McGowan to Bishop’s Waltham Photographic Socoety, I took an old compact camera with me to Winchester and took several photographs looking down onto the streets and pavements. Back at home, I created this collage of 16 images.
Yes, that is my shoe.
This turns out to be the 1,000th post on this blog, and so I feel entitled to make a little brag.
This photograph, which I have titled ‘Going Underground’ was awarded first place in the Intermediate section in the August round of Bishop’s Waltham Photographic Society’s 2022 League. The set subject was Motion.
I am very pleased – my previous best was third place.
This is a reworking of an image I have previously posted. The original is here.
clinging to the wall
My image for the latest Bishop’s waltham Photographic Society challenge, the theme being “a chain is only as strong as its weakest link”. 3 images layered one on top of the other, and then processed mainly by tweaking the colours.