I struggled a bit with this task. i wasn't sure how to approach it. After many different attempts i settled for this one. i tried very hard to avoid the shadow behind the main subject, as you can see, with limited success. I would appreciate any feedback on how to avoid this. Thanks.
I took this image whilst waiting for my flight from Glasgow. The image was taken by placing the lens against the glass window. I increased the ISO to 12800 and the aperture setting was f3.5 with 1/9 sec exposure. I made some further changes with photoshop to try to improve the overall appearance of the image. it is the first time I have attempted to take an image like this without flash. I am not sure I have achieved the result I would like, but the composition was interesting.
Took this image on a visit to Cardiff beach. I thought that the colours of the three main elements , wheel, sky and building, combined well to produce a nice composition. The wheel displays may features to suit the mechanical theme.
I decided to go to Southerndown beach with my family. I thought that the Lifeguard, Surf rescue board, and flag, presented both an opportunity for a seaside shot as well as a promising composition. I took the image using my finepix camera . I wish I had taken my Canon for this shot.
I took this on an I-phone whilst visiting London. I thought the bubble-maker gave the children a great time chasing the bubbles. I did some post -processing to lift -out the colour within the bubbles.
I took this image on Friday 28th, just after I had been to the Synedd exhibition. I thought that the old moorings provided a nice lead-in to the view across the bay to Penarth. My main objective was to create a good composition for the image. The lighting unfortunately is quite flat so I made small adjustments in photoshop to compensate.
I have taken photographs at this location often. I took advantage of the evening light yesterday to take a number of photographs around Druid's Hill next to Ystradowen Church. I selected this image because i felt that it gave the impression that the trees had tangled themselves together to support each other in this exposed location facing southwest. I made some slight adjustments to enhance the image.