If you know me you will have learnt that I like to do as mach as is possible in camera rather than rely on Photoshop. Although it’s a great programme and we use it every day in the Gallery I do Continue reading
This is the sort of picture I really like, it can be a photograph, drawing or painting I really don’t mind. With strong rich colours, lots of atmosphere and mood, I’d be happy to hang this particular photograph on my wall. I took this picture in Ezra Street just of Columbia Road in the East End at dusk, I was driving when I spotted the reflection of the street lamp in the window, and of course I just couldn’t resist it. To me It’s a pretty timeless image , apart from the fact the street light is now electric, it could have been taken twenty, fifty or perhaps even a hundred years ago. I just love finding a bit of old London that hasn’t changed.
Technical info: Leica D Lux 6 with 24 to 90mm lens (35mm equivalent) at 90mm handheld. The exposure was 1/50th of a second at an aperture of f2.2, the ISO was 400.
Please check out my other blog at www.wansteaddailyphoto.blogspot.com for Wanstead photograph.
Please check out my other blog at www.wansteaddailyphoto.blogspot.com for Wanstead photograph