Our third Throwback Thursday post, based on an image from 2013: a shot of Barnhill, a remote house on the Isle of Jura.
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Our second Throwback Thursday post, based on an image or Rhowan and Harmony from 2010.
Shot during a recent one-to-one training session on Blackpool seafront. It was a windy day 🙂
Never let it be said that the Nightingale family don’t take Halloween seriously 🙂
Shot earlier today on Blackpool seafront. This is a 320s exposure, taken with a Formatt-Hitech 16 stop ND filter.
Shot today during the second day of a one-to-one training session. This is a 85s exposure, taken with a Formatt-Hitech 16 stop ND filter.
Shot earlier today during a one-to-one training session. This is a 125s exposure, taken with a Formatt-Hitech 16 stop ND filter.
Another shot taken with my IR converted X-E2. Again, this was channel swapped in PS but then processed to produce a colder feel than my previous image.
Shot today on my infrared converted X-E2. I then swapped the channels in Photoshop (hence the blue sky), brightened the shadows, and added some contrast.
The first of my images from Porto, shot while Anna Gunn and I wandered around the city to prep for my Shoot The Street workshop for the #portophotofest later this week.
I don’t expect much of a response to this one, but there was just something I really liked about the design of the different elements in relation to the red ring of the stop sign. Satisfying.
Another shot of the Buzludzha monument, one of the most striking buildings in Bulgaria (This entry also includes a bit of background history on the monument, including a short film detailing its construction).