A few images taken at the Elgin bonfire and fireworks display at Cooper Park.
Some lovely weather in Morayshire and a chance to get out and about with the camera. The photographs were mainly taken at Spynie Loch, with a few taken in my garden.
Photographing Flowers Workshop Some images showing different methods used for the Photographing Flowers Workshop. Methods include: Reverse Lens Extension Tubes Bellows Reflectors Each of these methods can be done for a very low budget, and produce great results.
Photographing Flowers A short workshop giving tips and tricks on flower photography is scheduled for Saturday 17th June 2017, 2:00pm – 5:00pm. Please check the Training Calendar for more information in this and other photography workshops, evening classes and photography walks & tours.
The beautiful weather gave opportunity for a leisurely walk around Forres, and the capturing of some of the emerging summer flowers. These macro flower shots were taken with a Nikon D800 and an old Nikon 55mm ais.
Some images of these lovely mammals, who reside around the Findhorn Bay area on the Moray Firth. The photos were taken across from Findhorn Bay, at the edge of Culbin Forest.
I am a big fan of the ‘budget’ Samyang 85mm, f1.4 lens. For a £300 wide aperture lens it is an amazing performer. Below are some images, all taken at f1.4.
Amy Street models at the Introduction to Off Camera Flash Workshop It was great to have Amy Street join us from Aberdeen, and provide a wonderful day of modelling for the workshop participants. The workshop explored some of the theoretical and practical application of using the flash off camera, and looked at the benefits. The […]