Well, you wait months for a blog post and then two come along at once!
As I was adding some Paris shots onto our website I thought I’d share one of the pictures with you.
However, I am going to show my ignorance a little as it is a while since this picture was taken and I can’t quite remember the name of the actual building. So if anyone can help me then do please let me know.
I know that I was outside La Basilique du Sacré Cœur de Montmartre and this building is on the left as you face the entrance. I’m sure there are now people tutting and calling me all sorts of names but there we go – I’ll have to live with it.
It is again presented in HDR format and yes, I know for all you perfectionists that this ‘isn’t what’s seen through the lens’. However, I like the technique and as it’s my photo I reserve the right to present it any way I like
As I mentioned, I have just uploaded two new pages of Paris pictures so please head over to http://www.imjphotoart.co.uk and take a look (and before you tell me, I know Versailles isn’t actually in Paris but I had to put those pictures somewhere!)
You can also click on the picture and this will take you directly to my website.
So until my next post – au revoir.
So how many of us has made a New Year Resolution I wonder?
I must admit I have and I’m hoping it’s an easy one to keep as my resolution is to get back into the swing of blogging which I have rather neglected of late.
So we’re kicking off with some news of our fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.
We’re starting the year by donating all the profits from sales of this print to the charity. You can buy it in sizes ranging from 6″ x 4″ up to A3 and all you have to do is visit our website http://www.imjphotoart.co.uk (or alternatively just click on the picture!) and you won;t be able to miss it.
It’s a HDR picture taken earlier in the year of Cardiff Bay and would look great on any wall or as a smaller print on your sideboard or shelf.
With prices starting at just £4 why don’t you treat yourself and help this fantastic charity while you do it.
Tonight – two for the price of one! A second blog post to make up for the lack of posts in recent months.
This is another Cardiff picture taken across Cardiff Bay onto Mermaid Quay.
Again the HDR effect has really enhanced the scene.
As always, if you want to visit my website just click on the picture.
I have become very behind with my blogging so thought I had better get moving and get a blog post on!
I have stayed with the Cardiff theme as it is the most recent photography that I have done – yes I’ve even got behind with that too!
This is a vibrant HDR shot of Mermaid Quay in Cardiff Bay. The sky was perfect for a bit of drama and has been captured in a very nice way even if I do say so myself.
If you’d like to have a look at some more of my work just click on the picture to be transported off to my website.
Blimey, it’s been a while since I did a blog post so I thought I’d better get myself sorted!
Well I’m back with a burst of colour and a picture from one of my favourite places – Cardiff.
This is from a trip last weekend when I thought it was about time I did some decent pictures of Cardiff Bay or Bae Caerdydd to give it the welsh name.
The HDR effect has really enhanced the sky and colours of the area and proves what a beautiful place Cardiff is.
For more of my work just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to my website.
I thought I’d have a break from the exhibition pics and go for a nice summery scene. OK so it’s not all scenery and flowers but I do think it’s quite a cheery scene!
This is a picture of a crowd watching a street entertainer in Covent Garden that I took the other week.
As you’ve come to expect from me, I thought I would give it a HDR makeover and I really like the outcome. It just seems to give it a feel of summer and enhances the colours as well as giving it an unusual effect.
To take a look at my website just click on the picture.
After a short break we’re back with picture number 12 from our Peterborough Exhibition.
I’d love to say this is somewhere exotic but in fact it is a picture taken in my garden. Sometimes simple is very effective!
If you’d like to see more of the pictures from our exhibition just click on the picture