I can only imagine how Brick Lane, a popular East London location has changed over the years. Its vibrancy, street art, quirky flair, interesting people and eateries have made it a super place for street photography. I took a trip down there recently to capture one of the coolest places in London.
Hey to all my cyber space homies! 😉 It’s been a year since my last blog post and so much has happened since then. My intention was to keep plodding along with sharing my photographic journey with you guys, but my body just couldn’t keep up with the sudden change when I found out I was pregnant in June last year 🙂 Keep on reading….
Hands down….Malta is one of the most beautiful places on the planet! I know it probably sounds a little extreme but boy oh boy, I was absolutely smitten with the place even as we were lining up the runway in the aircraft as we were approaching to land. Keep on reading….
As part of my continued growth I attended a workshop with a meet-up group for the ever popular long-exposure photography, in daylight, which I’ve seen can produce amazing results. Keep on reading….
For the past several days I’ve been running around like a little ferret as I took part in my very first amateur photography exhibition in London whooohoo! I’ll be publishing a post on how it all went in the coming days. But for now, I’d like to show my appreciation and share one of my loves with you, flowers. Keep on reading….
I decided to make use of the gorgeous sunlight today and went for an impromptu photo walk around the very plush looking and inspiringly beautiful neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Thanks to Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts’ 1999 British romantic comedy ‘Notting Hill’, the famous upmarket community really shows you how the other half live. Keep on reading….
Somerset is a huge county full to bursting with places to explore, visit and capture.
When you think of Somerset, picture a dramatic countryside that will leave you wanting to explore more and more. For photographing that picturesque, rural landscape scene, you will be able to capitalise on shooting either early in the morning or late in the afternoon (when the sun is low) to ensure that subtle colour palette. No worries though as if you are not an early riser there will be ample opportunity to capture the stunning natural magnificence that is this English countryside. Keep on reading….