I seem to have let my promise of a picture a day from our exhibition lapse a little bit but never fear, before the weekend finishes I thought I’d sneak one in!
So here we are with a HDR picture called Flooded Path. This is Peterborough river embankment when it flooded a few months ago. It was quite by chance that I took a walk down there with my camera but I’m glad I did as I captured some great shots.
If you want to see some more of our prints that are currently on display in Peterborough Museum just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to the web page where we are raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Today’s post is the ninth picture from our range that is currently on display in Peterborough Museum.
The post today is called A Splash of Oxford Circus – a picture from our splash of colour range.
Although I’ve said it before about some of my pictures I do have to say that this one is again one of my favourite pictures.
However it’s not to everyone’s taste as we found out yesterday at a craft fair we were at! We had a visitor to our stall who was very vocal about how pictures like this ‘made her blood boil’ as it ‘isn’t what you see down the lens.’ She then announced that she was a photographer from National Geographic but personally I think she was just someone who needed to get out more 🙂
Oh well, you can’t please everyone – onwards and upwards!
If you’d like to see more of our work that drives ‘proper photographers’ mad just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to the page on our website where our exhibition pictures are. Grab a drink, take a look and have a seethe – just try to enjoy!
Today’s post is our 8th picture from our Peterborough Exhibition and it’s called an English Village Pub.
This is very apt as it was taken at a village called Castle Bytham and that’s where we’ve been today at their Midsummer Fair!
Castle Bytham is a very picturesque village and really has an air of English ‘quaintness’ about it.
This is a HDR image that really brings out the colours and architecture and was a big hit on out stall today.
To view more of the pictures from our exhibition just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to our website.
So we’re onto picture number 7 from our exhibition and it’s time for a bit of fun, in fact a basket of fun!
When all else fails, take a picture of a basket full of cuddly animals and you can’t go far wrong 🙂
Not much more to say about this one except if you want to view and buy any of our exhibition prints just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to our website.
We’re onto picture number 6 of our exhibition prints and today is ‘The Underground’.
This is one of my favourite pictures and also one of my first attempts at a HDR picture.
This is a cropped picture of the underground sign above Leicester Square Station in London that was then given a HDR makeover and even if I do say so myself, I think the results are wow!
Although you can’t see it here, this print looks amazing in a black frame so why don’t you pop onto my website (by clicking on the picture) and treat yourself to one!
All the profits from the sale of this print are being donated to Macmillan Cancer Support so please, please consider buying one 🙂
So here we are with post number 5 in our exhibition prints range.
Today’s print is ‘Barcelona Alley’ and is a picture which was taken last year in Barcelona would you believe!
The backstreets and alleys are full of interesting architecture and when you give them a HDR treatment it really enhances the styles and the colours.
Our exhibition is running at Peterborough Museum for the next few months so if you do happen to be passing please drop in as we are raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
If you would like to see all of the prints that are being displayed then please click on the picture and you will be taken to the relevant page on our website.
Today is picture number 4 of our exhibition pictures and we’re back to Paris – and that’s about all I can tell you about it at the moment.
I know I stand to upset quite a few Parisians but I really can;t remember on which building this clock is. If any of you do know then please feel free to comment and inform us all!
Well as you can see it is a HDR print which has accentuated the architecture and the sky very nicely.
If you want to see the rest of our exhibition prints then please click on the picture and you’ll be taken to the relevant page on our website.