Orchard Way Bed & Breakfast

Orchard Way is a family run B & B welcoming visitors from around the world for a comfortable relaxing stay in the beautiful Weald of Kent. New management had taken over the B&B and a new website was in progress to bring it up to todays standards. Whilst this was in progress I was comissioned to take photos which could be used for the website and promoitional material.

Colours of London at Night

Headed to London with some friends to get some shots, photographic eye candy everywhere. I have been wanting to get the Iconic Red bus over Tower bridge shot and the Olympus OMD with its 5axis IBIS helped capture this without a tripod, making the composition much easier to do amoungst the crowds of people and tourists walking by. My next visit will be to visit the Shard, I am desperate for some more unique views of London I haven`t yet experienced.

All images are available for purchase as print or canvas at http://www.sussexscenes.co.uk/gallery/london-england/






St Clements Dane London RAF Church

I was comissioned to take photos of St Clements Dane for the 2013 RAF Charity Christmas card, Idealy catching a day when its snowing would be great, but seeing as the UK rarely has snow it was likely to be a bit of a task. I had until May to get the images taken, and luckly the end of Jan had forecast snowfall in most of Britain, so on the 20th Jan snow was expected all day. Suffering a bad injury on both my feet from 10 years ago, it was a bad day for me to go traveling let alone to actually walk anywhere, but I gathered my 5D, OMD and selection of lenses, booked my train ticket and limped my way to the Church. I`m glad I forced myself to go as there would have not been another opportunity like this whilst it was snowing heavy in London.


The Brighton Bandstand & Wheel

I headed into Brighton briefly to get a fisheye shot of the Brighton Bandstand and Brighton Wheel with the Samyang 7.5mm Lens. Being that it was a dull day, I choose to go down the Black and White route.

I think I will return to both spots again with a tripod at Blue and Golden hour and get a longer exposure in colour using the Fisheye lens. Gives a slightly different take on very much cliche shots.

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