Posted as Part of Tina's Challenge for the Lens-Artists Challenge #90 – Distance
Posted as Part of Weekend Reflections #545 Photography Challenge and Lens-Artists Photography Challenge - Reflections
Posted as Part of Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #86: Change Your Perspective
The vase I used for the above still-life image was tall and narrow and thought it would be ideal for Amy's Lens-Artists Photography Challenge. Posted as Part of Amy's Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #84: Narrow
Folkestone is undergoing a whooping redevelopment, with a £5.1 million scheme. The future looks bright for Folkestone, with the Harbour Arm and the Folkestone Harbour Station getting a revamp. The future looks brighter and I hope when I next visit Folkestone that a thriving fishing business is returned to Folkestone. Posted as Part of the … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #83 – Future
A photograph of Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament in London given a paint effect in Topaz Impression. Posted as Part of the Lens-Artists Photography Challenge #82 hosted this week by Viveka.
For the Lens-Artists Challenge this week .... find something red. These beautiful red tulips were photographed at Merriments Gardens in East Sussex. Posted as Part of Patti's Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #81: Find Something Red
I just love the leading lines of the railway tracks at Betws-y-Coed station, as it leads into the distance. Posted as Part of Lens-Artists Challenge #80 – Leading Lines hosted by Tina.
A photograph of a stained glass window at Canterbury Cathedral in Kent. More stained glass windows from Canterbury Cathedral. Posted as part of Amy's Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #79: A Window With A View
One of the special places I love to visit is Whistable... it is a quaint fishing village. With its wooden huts, sailing boats and fishing boats it is a beautiful place to visit. And a beautiful castle grounds to stroll around especially on a cold, crisp sunny winter's morn. Posted as Part of the Lens … Continue reading Lens Artists Photo Challenge #78 – Special Spot Shots
My favourite images for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge over the last year has to be the following.
Posted as Part of the Lens-Artists Photography Challenge #76 - On Display hosted by Amy.
Nostalgic! What makes me nostalgic? Well, it has to be Rochester. For the first ten years of my life, I was born and raised in Rochester, and every time I drive over the bridge to Rochester... I feel as if I'm coming home. Memories of playing in the Castle gardens as a child, walking around … Continue reading Lens-Artists Challenge #75 – Nostalgic
I have seen numerous photographs across the internet of motion blur. I am beginning to quite like this effect. So I thought I'd give it a go. For the above shot. I just sent the image into Photoshop from Lightroom. Then once in Photoshop, I duplicated the layer. Then I added a motion blur filter … Continue reading Motion Blur – Giving it a go
One form of abstract I love to do is twirling. It is created by taking a photo image and giving it a swirling effect in Photoshop. How to Create a Twirl 1.) Open your image in Photoshop 2.) With your background layer selected > select Filter > Pixelate > Mezzotint. Set your mode to “Medium … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #74: Abstract
On the day we visited Scotney Castle on one of our trips, even though the skies were blue and the sun was shining it was still freezing cold walking around that lake 😀 😀 Posted at Part of the Lens-Artists Challenge #73 – COLD hosted by Tina.
One of our little trips out, locally, was to Northward Hill Nature Reserve near Higham in Kent. And with that trip came a lot of waiting, waiting for the birds to land just in front of the hide. This little egret above did a full photoshoot for us. Posted as part of the Lens-Artists Photo … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #72–Waiting
The challenge this week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, set by Ann-Christine, is called creepy. depending on the light I find churches slightly creepy. Anyway, the creepy part of the above image was how the preset I use for creating creepy, moody atmospheres, turned the light on the right in this picture to a black … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #71 – Creepy