Monthly Archives: August 2011

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011

This is my third year at the Fringe. Its a time when the streets are filled with performers, all of whom love a camera. This year I decided to focus on faces so I used my 18-105mm lens to force … Continue reading

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Exercise 12 Managing |Tone

This is an exercise in post-production. I found a photo with a blue tinge to it. I’d taken it last week using a Lee No. 6 filter along with a polarizer. The result was a bit bluer than I wanted. … Continue reading

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Why I do this

I’ve been thinking about this ever since I got my assessment for Assignment 2. My tutor suggested doing the whole thing over and re-submitting it. His point was that it could be made passable to an outside assesor. |But I … Continue reading

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Strangles 27/07/2011

The Strangles is a beach near my home. The path to it is a tortured 1/2 mile¬†down and, of course, back up. Consequently, my preparation contained unusual elements – a close eye on the weather to get a clear, sunny … Continue reading

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