(This is the second part of my Coromandel Travelogue. You can find Part 1 here.) Having taken a few shots of Hahei Beach, including this panorama, Hahei Beach Panorama iPhone 5 I booked a room at The Church, and had a quick but tasty chowder at the Hahei Beach Café; then it was time for [...]
My first ever attempt at long-exposure. With torrents, « long » is a very relative terms since anything above a fraction of a second makes the whole stream go white.
This is the plum tree in my garden in the spring. I used the really funky DreamCanvas film from Hipstamatic along with the Melodie lens to try and get this « japanese » look to the shot.
This is a black and white variant of Pink Sunrise. Interesting how the feeling it conveys is radically different, isn’t it?
The villages of the Upper Atlas mountains in Southerm Morocco look like they simply should not be able to cling to the near vertical rock surface. And yet they do, and people live there. One of the most stunning sights in my life…
I am sometimes astounded at what a pesly little smartphone can produce provided you have enough light. This is an iphone shot, from the side of an Airplane (which won’t surprise you). It’s quite abstract, but intriguing all the same.
Saint-Jean de Cole is a beautiful little village in the North of the Dordogne region. The old bridge over the river Cole is a favoured spot for photographers…
There’s an impredictability about sunsets. You never know what it’s going to give. I certainly never expected that mad fire over the Atlas mountains in Morrocco!
The good side of jetlag is it makes it easy to get up before dawn and be rewarded by landscapes such as this one…
This was my first experiment with stacked ND64 filters for long-exposure shots in broad daylight. I quite like how it came out!