A day out in Windsor. Shot with Samsung S8. Edited in Lightroom.
As is usual for me I get away from blogging about my photography and photography altogether. I have not been shooting much this year. I have shot some but not much and nothing that has thrilled me enough for sharing. Maybe I can get back into this game.
I got a new (used) lens at the weekend to take pictures at a Christening. It preformed very well at the Christening and I am now thinking of testing it out on the streets.
Thought I would just do a little post here today with a couple of shots from September 2016. Taken in London.
You never know what you will happen upon when walking around London. This is the second time I have come across a wedding photo shoot. Now I cannot say that these two were just married or if it was a photo shoot for a magazine or some other publication. I just know I couldn’t resist taking a couple of shots myself as I walked by.
As seen in shop window reflections.
Over the years I have shot these same scenes in colour. But I do think these work very well in black and white. I had my DSLR set to monochrome black and white, shot raw, got colour on import, had to convert back to black and white in post processing.
Window reflections make for interesting compositions. I think anyway.
As I walk around with my camera there are often things that just pop out at me and catches my eye. These shots were taken yesterday as I walked around Windsor. I kept these in black and white as I shot them in the monochrome setting of my camera.
Written on a Tea Shop window and some art in the Entrance of a Tattoo shop
Spotted in windows of homes.