Tag: Horseman 980

June 24, 2014 / Photography

For landscape and architectural photography, there is no question that using a view camera gives you the best control over perspective, the plane of focus and spectacular resolution too. For…

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February 24, 2014 / Photography
October 7, 2013 / Photography

Last weekend, while I was out and about in Somerset photographing churches for my project, I saw this arched bridge over a ford in Chew Stoke. No further explanation necessary;…

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June 6, 2013 / Photography

This week the Photo Challenge theme says we have to take a photo that looks like it has been edited – but hasn’t. I decided to shoot a set of…

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May 6, 2013 / Photography
April 7, 2013 / Photography

Yesterday there was wonderful Spring weather here in the South-West, so I decided to take a drive into Somerset and visit some of the places that have been on my…

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November 19, 2012 / Photography

I’ve never been to Tintern Abbey before, but it has been on my list of places to go for architectural photography for a while. This weekend I decided to visit…

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September 24, 2012 / Photography

After making some pinholes recently, I tested them with my DSLR. It has a tiny sensor and it’s not even the camera I intended to use the pinholes with. So…

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September 9, 2012 / Photography

Recently I published a picture of St Thomas a Beckett church in Pensford. On the same visit I also photographed the viaduct, which has only just made it through the…

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September 8, 2012 / Photography

I’ve made pinhole lenses for my 35mm and digital SLRs out of body caps before, but it recently occurred to me I could make a zoom pinhole lens. I have a view…

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