Walking along the River Thames near the Tate Modern I found this little skate park that was covered in graffiti. Took a number of photos and this is the first one I processed. Got a feeling some of them will come out quite cool.
My friend recommended I go to check out the Sculpture Park in Surrey, it’s just in Farnham near Guildford about an hours drive for me. Quite an interesting place with many sculptures by a large assortment of artists. When it comes to sculptures theres always going to be a skeleton.
Ok im sold, im going to preorder a D800
The specs are really just crazy, ok it’s not a low light monster but those ISO’s are really above a D700 and considering how old the D700 is it’s no wonder. Ok, there will be a low light monster from Nikon shortly maybe a D400 but what the D800 has to offer is really quite stunning.
Yep, 36 megapixels is going to be crap to work with but where talking the same specs as a medium format camera for a fraction of the cost. So im also going to need a new computer.. but I say that every year
Ive added a new category called street photography hooray! The other day when I was at the RAF museum by the time I got halfway around I was thinking this is getting abit boring. Not that the museum was not good, just all my photos where the same lighting, same enviroment, same shapes etc etc and worse same feel.
Really needed something to liven in it, something more spontaneous. What I really enjoy about street photography is the fact that once that moment has past it wont happen again in that exact same way. Your caputuring a one off moment and when you miss a shot like a person moves out of the scene you want its still a good feeling that you got to move faster next time.
After I left the RAF museum I drove back through Kew and Richmond and stopped off at Richmond to walk along the river. I got this great shot of a lady with her kid feeding the birds. The birds where flying all around her and she had this fantastic coat with her long red hair. Also very little post-processing, pretty much just the photo as it came out of the camera.