New batch of images from today in Venice Italy. Caio bella!
I was out with one of my dawn workshops a few weeks back teaching and chatting and demonstrating and I found myself alone for a moment; everyone had found something to shoot, so there I was with just my camera and the rising sun in a small park next to
The workshops have been going very successfully the past couple weeks. Nick and I have been having a great time taking enthusiastic photographers out at dawn. We have a route that takes us into the deep dark City, we have done it many times in the past year, but last week,
I am fascinated by Leake Street, off Lower Marsh in Waterloo. You can stroll through everyday and see some new work or someone in the process of painting over another’s.
My main camera is the Hasselblad 503, a film camera, but recently I’ve become a bit tired with the format so now digital is taking pride of place in my kit.
[wpmldate format="%d/%m/%Y"] Hi All! I am in the process of migrating my blog onto www.londonatdawn.com, my photography workshop website. Thought a little integration would make my life simpler. WRONG! What a pain!…but it looks like it’s almost done. What’s going to happen now is that you will receive an HTML newsletter
Hello Folks! Two good things to report this week. Firstly, my next London at Dawn workshop is June 18th and 19th. It’s going to be a small group wandering the dawn and early morning London streets creating amazing images. It’ll be a huge dose of information and inspiration! (The workshops
Paris is such a wonderful city and regardless of what the guidebooks say July is a great time to be here. We are staying in the 15th arr. on Rue de la Convention in a brilliant flat on the 7th floor with a view of the Eiffel Tower in the
the light on the book reflected off a mirror from the light streaming through nebulous curtains from a setting sun…it only lasted twenty seconds.