BRUTAL II – Linnahall

Since first releasing my zine BRUTAL I had always wanted to make it a series, each issue featuring a different building that I had photographed. Deciding on the Tricorn for the first was easy. It was a local building with a history and had caused much debate in the city of Portsmouth. There was also aContinue reading “BRUTAL II – Linnahall”

And it Began with a Tree

As a photographer attachments grow for certain places, you find yourself revisiting them time and time again. It’s almost an obsession to capture the perfect shot under the right circumstances. Every time you visit the moment is different and the image you capture tells another, slightly different, story. During the last year, and especially over theContinue reading “And it Began with a Tree”

By Night

Night photography takes a little more technique and time than just point and shoot. You have to know the functions of your camera well but the end results can always be different and sometime surprising. For me I think that is part of the appeal. The inspiration for this post comes from a post cardContinue reading “By Night”

Photographing the Northern Lights

Photographing the Northern Lights comes down to one thing in my opinion, chance. It is all about being in the right place as the right time. The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that are hard to predict and to chance a glimpse of them you have to spend a few hours out in theContinue reading “Photographing the Northern Lights”

The Vivid Northern Lights

Yesterday I posted a photography of the midnight sun which was in response to the weekly photo challenge on Vivid. Today, I would like to post a photography that is also a typical sight in Lapland but during the winter when the sky is often illuminated by the bright colours of the Northern Lights.