The Many Faces of Thomas

I created this when Thomas was a couple of weeks old, exploring the many ways his faced moved. It brings a smile to my face every time I look at it.

Thomas’ blog

Thomas has created his own blog over at http://thomasallchin.co.uk — head on over and see what he’s been up too.

Southbank London – Picture of the week

Many thanks to southbanklondon for choosing one of my photos as their picture of the week! I took this photo on an enjoyable day out with Ruth and Elaine, delving into some night photography around the Southbank and soaking up the vibrant atmosphere.   southbanklondon: PICTURE OF THE WEEK Each week we select our favourite Flickr photo from […]

tumblr blogs

Well, I think I’ve figured tumblr out, or at least, I’m getting there. Once you get around the nuances it’s actually quite cool. I think an in-built comments system would have been the way to go, but I guess integrating DISQUS across several blogs, particularly several platforms, does have its benefits. Anyways, I present two […]

A bug’s life…

A bug’s life… on Flickr. This is my first foray into macro photography. Shooting macro can be tricky at the best of times, so given it was taken hand-held outside I’m extremely pleased with the result. ¹⁄₂₀₀ sec at f/4.5 | 90 mm | ISO 200

Mannequin

Mannequin on Flickr. This is the final result from my second photography project. There is some post-processing in Photoshop to remove the mannequin’s stand, and some tweaks in Lightroom to achieve the desired lighting. All-in-all I think it came out very well. ¹⁄₅₀ sec at f/4.5 | 34 mm | ISO 100

Guitar Light-Writing

Guitar Light-Writing on Flickr. I thought I’d kick-start this blog with one if my favourite photos. I created this some time ago after playing around with long exposures. I’ve always fancied giving it another go, but somehow found lots of other photographic ideas to preocupy my mind. 10.0 sec at f/3.5 | 18 mm | ISO […]

tumblr comments

Commenting on tumblr posts seems far too difficult, if at all possible. What’s the point of a new social tool if one is unable to interact with anything more than a ‘like’?