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Which song, artist or genre do you think rapresent best this place? (sic)

It was a beautiful day in Glasgow today, the cloudless sky a rare sight in our city centre.  It was too good a day to sit at my desk over lunch, so armed with my trusty Nikon I headed out … Continue reading

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Whitelees Wind Farm

I went somewhat unprepared for the howling wind on Sunday evening’s wander with a small group of camera club friends to Whitelees Wind Farm.  The clue of course was in the title.  Had it been called the Whitelees Gentle Breeze … Continue reading

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Malificent

Sunday night was the second of my shoots with make up students of their work for their graded units. This time the theme was Malificent. Compared with last week’s shoot which was an outdoor shoot mired by good old Scottish … Continue reading

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Summerlee Industrial Museum 3D Anaglyphs

An Easter weekend family outing on Saturday to Summerll Indutrial Museum ( https://culturenl.co.uk/summerlee/) provided a few opportunities for some 3D Anaglyph photography. With these shots I have tried to make use of post processing in lightroom to bring something a … Continue reading

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The Beast of Calder Water

Tonight was the night of this week’s big photoshoot. The brief was simple “an outdoor portrait in twilight lighting” for a make up artistry student’s portfolio. And the model? A cave dwelling man eating mutant! What could go wrong? After … Continue reading

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Back to the Marsh

I’ve been making a concerted effort this past week or two to get out with my camera as often as is reasonably practicable. This morning I could have seen it far enough when I woke up and felt the cold … Continue reading

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Glasgow Architecture

Back to the daily theme today. My incomplete theme from Wednesday was “architecture” and today I had time to get out on my lunch hour in an effort to fulfil the brief. I was spurred on by a fabulous lecture … Continue reading

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