Gerrard……….know locally as Travolta was kind enough to pose for some portraits when we visited the Camargue late last year but I thought that I would combine him with an early morning shoot we did with a stallion and some paint textures from my image bank
The weather hasn’t been up to much for getting out and about, so I thought I would create a winter themed photograph
We ventured back on a trip to Camargue, which Co-insided with the Aigues Mortes Festival……..Where the various Manses run their Bulls through the streets……..at fantastic week and loved the Camargue people sharing some more of their traditions with us
The largest Steampunk gathering in Europe ……………..a great event held in Lincoln.
We had a quick trip up to the Fringe Festival last weekend and managed to take a few photos, between some fabulous food and cocktails ………this one inspired me to give the picture a kind of pre raphelite look, which I achieved with the help of a photo I took of a painting with a garland at Tatton Park a couple of months ago, while out on our first trip for the LWC (Ladies What Click!!!!!)
After a busy few weeks sorting out both the SRGB Exhibition and PAGB APM Entries, Di and I decided to treat ourselves to a day out fairy hunting……….We managed to dodge the showers and had a fun day out with our cameras……….No boys allowed !!!!
“Darling” was the subject of our recent Chorley PS Studio Night Shoot, after making here wear some voile, my natural progression was to pair her up with a shot of the outside of the Doges Palace in Venice to give her the right background for her “Goddess” look
We went to the Warner Brothers Studio Tour near St Albans for a friends 70th Birthday outing and had a great day out………… There were no restrictions on photography so we were able to capture some great backgrounds and unusual props and prosthetics which I’m sure will appear when the time is right
Always an enjoyable day out at Tutbury Castle’s Photographers Day, It was a bit of a day filled with rain showers, but even so there were plenty of re-enactors to photograph, including these two German Soldiers. Being quite a lazy person, and still learning the art of composite images, if at all possible I try to take my people pictures against a background that is suitable to help tell their story, in this case the castle ruins made a great backdrop for them
Had a great rip to Glencoe this weekend, although landscape isn’t really my thing, I enjoyed the beautiful weather and different scenery with the snow……….These deer were down by the Kings House and helped make a much photographed view a little more special