Lock down does give you the opportunity to try something new. If you can’t travel to exotic places and photograph them, then you need to get creative. Here is a collection of my ‘Photoart’ pictures created during 2020’s lockdowns.
During this crazy time called ‘lock down’ it is time to try new styles of photograph and teach yourself new techniques, you never know, you may come to enjoy them more than your traditional style. I have loved playing around with these shots and have similar photoshoots planned.
Views of Tower Bridge and the Square Mile taken from London’s South Bank.
Borough market and Trafalgar Square on a cold and wet October afternoon
This must be one of the most amazing places in the world, but get there very early before half of China arrive and stand infant of your lens!
Cambodia’s story is one of extremes; horror and atrocities blended with the peace and tranquility of Buddhism, a care free attitude to transport and life with few rules and little frustrations, solitude and friendships, and of course – life on the river with its food source and its pollution. Hopefully each of these photos, pairedContinue reading “Cambodia – a country of contradictions”
The simplicity and relaxed nature of the the lives along the banks of the river mask the poverty and lack of basic necessities in which they live. However I do not think I have met a more content and welcoming nation.
A city of temples, scooters, markets and chaos blended together.
I enjoy the challenge of street photography so I don’t understand why I don’t take more of it. Here is a selection from the last few years taken from all around the world – Venice, Cape Verde, Sicily, Prague… what is common is the happiness on the faces.
In Florida Keys it is all about sunsets, beaches and looking good!
The sights and colours of Marrakesh
Early spring in Northern Spain, vineyards, stunning designs and ancient buildings.
A three week tour of Malaysia hardly scratched the surface but hare are just a few moments that sum up the vast and diverse country.
London, 2018. Photos from the South Bank.