Throwback Thursday – Danson House

A monochrome photograph of one of the rooms in Danson House, Bexleyheath, London Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: Canon EF-S18-555mm f/3.5-5.6 IS IIF/Number: f/5.6ISO: 200 Focal Distance: 18 mmShutter Speed: 1/30 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom ClassicPhotographer: Bren Ryan Posted as part of #throwbackthursday and Wordless Wednesday, Debbies One Word Sunday - Art and image-in-ing

Lens-Artists Challenge #166 – Artificial Light

A photograph of one of the lamps in the Main House at Scotney Castle. Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS IIF/Number: f/3.5ISO: 3200 Focal Distance: 18 mmShutter Speed: 1/15 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom ClassicPhotographer: Bren Ryan Posted as Part of Ann-Christine's Lens-Artists Challenge #166 – Artificial Light

One Word Sunday – Exhibit

A photograph of one of the exhibit interiors of one of the houses at Buckler's Hard in Hampshire set in the olden times. Camera: Canon EOS 600DLens: Canon EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS F/Number: f/3.5ISO: 400 Focal Distance: 18 mmShutter Speed: 1/30 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic Photographer: Ashley Ryan If you visit Buckler's Hard in Hampshire, there … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Exhibit

A Photo a Week Challenge: Horizontal Lines

The games room photographed at Ightham Mote in Kent. Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS F/Number: f/3.5ISO: 640 Focal Distance: 18mmShutter Speed: 1/40 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CCPhotographer: Ashley Ryan Nancy Merrill in her photography challenge set the topic as Horizontal lines...I chose this image simply because there are horizontal lines everywhere... in … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Horizontal Lines

2020 Home Photo Challenge – 9th January 2020

Here in the South East of England, it has been damp, dark and dismal.  Hardly any sunshine for the past few days.  Today, when I got up and opened up the blinds the sun shone through.   You can see how it lightened the whole room.    Anyway, by the time I processed the image … Continue reading 2020 Home Photo Challenge – 9th January 2020

One Word Sunday – Fire

There is nothing like sitting in front of a fire on a cold winter's day.  No, I haven't got the decorations up yet 😀 😀 😀 this photograph was taken last year.  Every year I take images of our decorations just so that the following year I can replicate what I did the year before... … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Fire

Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -13- Dining

On Monday for Photo For The Week Challenge I posted a coloured image of one of the interior rooms at Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire.  I also processed it in monochrome and thought it would be a great image for the Monthly Mid-Week Monochrome Challenge. If you want to submit a monochrome image to this week's … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -13- Dining

Photo for the Week – 27 – Time

Again apologies for being late with the challenge, The challenge for this week is Time.  And for the challenge as long as time is reflected anything goes. It could be a watch, clock, the time of a season, or even heritage.  Anything that reflects time. So my contribution to this challenge is a photograph taken … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 27 – Time

Flower of the day 28th September 2018 – In the pink

The above rose was photographed at Clandon Park in Surrey back in 2012.  And I thought with its pastel pink petals it was ideal not just for Cee's Flower of the Day but for Becky's Square September - In the Pink.  Clandon Park was a beautiful stately home with grand marble entrance hall, but sadly … Continue reading Flower of the day 28th September 2018 – In the pink

Square September – In the pink

Becky will be amazed that I finally found something pink... other than a flower 😀 😀 😀  for her Square September - In the pink photography challenge. The photo was shot in one of the rooms of Smallhythe Place in Tenterden Kent, which is owned and maintained by the National Trust. The house was the … Continue reading Square September – In the pink

Lightroom -v- Photoshop -v- Photomatix for Interior HDR Shots

Now if I can stay within one program to do all my processing.. I am one happy bunny.  Simply because a) my computer is not very good at handling loads of photo-editing programs all at one time and b) it is easier for me and I like the easy life.  However, when it comes to … Continue reading Lightroom -v- Photoshop -v- Photomatix for Interior HDR Shots