A Taste of New York Hyper Lapse

A breathtaking video by Peter Jablonowski, Thomas Pöcksteiner, and Lorenz Pritz. They spent 10 days in New York in 2016, shooting 65,000 photos to create the timelapse.

Stephen Wilkes: The passing of time, caught in a single photo

Photographer Stephen Wilkes crafts stunning compositions of landscapes as they transition from day to night, exploring the space-time continuum within a two-dimensional still photograph. Journey with him to iconic locations like the Tournelle Bridge in Paris, El Capitan in Yosemite National Park and a life-giving watering hole in heart of the Serengeti in this tour of his art and process.

Picfair

Please check out my new subscription to Picfair. EOTB Picfair

Picfair allows amateurs & professionals alike to sell their images one a one-time use basis where we can name the price.

Thunderstorm Time-lapse off the Sunshine Coast, AU

An amazing time lapse of a super-cell thunderstorm taken from the Sunshine coast in Australia

Take a Walk Through These Magical Forests Straight Out of a Fairy-Tale

Have a look at this great set of magical forests from about the world!

Take a Walk Through These Magical Forests Straight Out of a Fairy-Tale

These incredibly enchanting forests seem to have an almost magical feel, beckoning visitors to walk straight into a fantasy world. When you step in, you’ll be taking part in the ancient Chinese tradition of what’s called forest bathing, which means not only do you get to enjoy the spectacular sc…

4 Steps to Creating Images With More Meaningful Composition

Great tutorial on meaningful composition….

4 Steps to Creating Images With More Meaningful Composition

If you wonder what composition really means, it is basically what elements you choose to put in a photograph, and where you decide to place them in the frame. When composing a photograph you need to consider several things: What is the story you are trying to tell?

Oliver Life through the Lens

As I talked about in the previous post, my son Oliver was born in August 2014.

I wondered what I could do to plot his life, so decided to take a picture of him each week to show his changes features over his first year in what I called Life through the Lens.

With his whirlwind first year over, I am now taking a picture once a month, which I hope to continue with!

I will be updating the gallery as and when, but you can see the set up to now here…

Oliver Life through the Lens

Enjoy!

I’m Back

Well, I have kind of been “off line” for a while due to more important things in my life – our first baby boy, Oliver, born August 2014. As you can imagine photography has taken a slight back step although that not to say I have stopped! We now have loads of photos of our son from birth all the way through.

Now we are getting back to some kind of normality (although does normal exist now with a toddler intent of destroying all the things!) I hope to containing updating the blog

I have however created several galleries on Flickr of events from last year or so. Please enjoy and comment!

Classic: Pistons and Props 2014
Kent Holiday February 2015
Marwell Zoo March 2015
Earnley Butterflies and Gardens April 2015
Goodwood Spring Sprint
Thruxton BTCC Touring Cars 2015
Marwell Zoo May 2015
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015
Royal International Air Tattoo 2015
Great Dorset Steam Fair 2015
Classics and Supercars on the Quay October 2015

NASA’s Earth Day Global Selfie 2014

The year 2014 is a big one for NASA Earth science. Five NASA missions designed to gather critical data about our home planet are launching to space this year. NASA is marking this big year for Earth science with a campaign called Earth Right Now, and as part of this campaign the agency asked for your help on Earth Day, April 22.

NASA astronauts brought home the first ever images of the whole planet from space. Now NASA satellites capture new images of Earth every second. For Earth Day we created an image of Earth from the ground up while also fostering a collection of portraits of the people of Earth. As those pictures streamed around the world on Earth Day, the individual pictures tagged #GlobalSelfie were collected and used to create a mosaic image of Earth — a new “Blue Marble” built bit by bit with your photos.

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