A photograph of an open door photographed at Ightham Mote in Kent. Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ-48Lens: n/aF/Number: f/3.1ISO: 800 Focal Distance: 6.8 mmShutter Speed: 1/40 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom ClassicPhotographer: Bren Ryan Posted as Part of Debbie Smyth's One Word Sunday - Open
A photograph of one of the many flowers with closed up petals, photographed at The Salutation in Sandwich Kent. Camera: Canon EOS 600DLens: Canon EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STMF/Number: f/7.1ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 114 mmShutter Speed: 1/125 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic Photographer: Bren Ryan I thought this image would be ideal for Debbie Smyth's One Word … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Closed Petals
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 photograph of one of the stained glass windows at Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire. Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS F/Number: f/3.5ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 18 mmShutter Speed: 1/10 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic and Luminar AIPhotographer: Ashley Ryan Whilst most people lounged about enjoying the weather on Bank Holiday weekend, we took a … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Rest
A photograph of the ruins at Bayham Old Abbey in Kent processed in Photoshop and Topaz Studio 2. Posted as Part of Debbie Smyth's One Word Sunday - Old
A twirled and swirled photo of a pink and white flower. This challenge had me thinking... then I went through some images that I have twirled in the past and came across this one... I just love the points on the orange tones of the image. Below is a close up of the centre of … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Point
Light through the trees. Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 ISF/Number: f/6.3ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 35 mmShutter Speed: 1/100 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC I just love the light shining between the trees. Posted as Part of Debbie Smyth's One Word Sunday Photography Challenge.
A photograph of the Shard photographed from the Cannon Street Train. Camera: Samsung S9 edgeLens: n/aF/Number: f/1.5ISO: 160 Focal Distance: 4.30mmShutter Speed: 1/4 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC When hubby was on the Cannon Street train one evening coming home from work, it stopped on the bridge over the River Thames and he managed to get … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Vertiginous
Photographed at Rosemoor Gardens in Devon. Posted as Part of Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge and Debbie's One Word Sunday - Pair.
A photograph of the River Medway photographed at East Farleigh in Kent. I just love the drama in those dark clouds. Posted as Part of Debbie's One Word Sunday Photography Challenge - Drama.
Originally this image was one of blossom photographed at Bateman In Lightroom, I added a grad filter to desaturate one half of the image and played around with the temperature sliders. Then I took the image to Photoshop. Where I performed the following steps. Duplicated Layer Added a Texture - Multiple Blend mode Added an … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Division
This lockdown has given me the inspiration to work on composite images in Photoshop. Posted as Part of Debbie's One Word Sunday - Inspiration.
What a find... a nuclear sub on the River Medway. I've lived in Medway all my life and it wasn't until I took up photography that I found a Russian Sub moored on the River Medway. Yes, the U-475 Black Widow Russian Sub sits on the Medway. Posted as Part of Debbie's One Word … Continue reading One Word Sunday – What… a Nuclear Sub
Welcome to another week of Twirling Tuesday. A photography challenge where you take a photo of a subject and give it a twirled or abstract feel. Before Image After Image To bring out the green more I used a hue/saturation layer in Photoshop. Twirling Instructions How to Create a Twirl by Julie Powell 1.) Open … Continue reading Twirling Tuesday – Flower
In 2015 a huge fire ripped through the main house at Clandon Park in Surrey. And they are still restoring the main house to its former glory. You can view the fire damage on the National Trust Website. We visited Clandon Park back in 2012. And the marble hall which was badly damaged by the … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Restoration
One thing I do love about British Culture.. is the pomp and pageantry that goes with it. I love the State Opening of Parliament, Royal Weddings and Changing of the Guard. The above photograph was taken back in 2018 on a September day as the Guard was Changing at Windsor Castle. Posted as Part of … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Culture
I just love the symmetry of this London Railway Station Building and the tower blocks to the right, which were photographed from the London Eye. Apologies I can't think of the station's name, I think it is Waterloo, but don't quote me 😀 😀 😀 If anyone does know which station this is... please let … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Symmetry
Plastic is everywhere!! For my still life photography, I use a lot of artificial flowers and without thinking about it, I didn't realise how much plastic was used in an artificial flower. Especially the stem part. Posted as part of Debbie Smyth's One Word Sunday - Plastic