Wells Cathedral

Jan 20, 13 Wells Cathedral

Posted by in Advice, Featured Photo, General

Article by Tim Knifton I decided on a last-minute solo trip out to Wells Cathedral in Somerset, England which is only about 50 miles from home. This was possibly my first trip in over 18 months that I have done on my own. Normally I have at least one other person with me and it not only helps to share the journey with but also...

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Gloucester Cathedral

Sep 14, 12 Gloucester Cathedral

Posted by in Old buildings, Photo Essays

Visited on 25th August with another HDR photographer and good friend of mine. A little bit of the history Gloucester Cathedral has been a place of Christian worship continuously for over 1300 years, since Osric, an Anglo-Saxon prince, founded a religious house here in 678-9 AD. Little is known for certain about the communities...

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St Paul’s Cathedral

Title – St Paul’s Photographer name – Andrew Steel Description of place St Pauls Cathedral, Mdina, Malta. Technical information Camera – Sony NEX-7 Lens – Rokinon 8mm f2.8 HDR Software – Photomatix ISO – 400 Aperture – f2.8 Number of exposures – 3 (-0.7, 0, +0.7 ) Tripod/handheld –Handheld Extra...

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Preparing for Sunrise photography

Aug 29, 12 Preparing for Sunrise photography

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As the old saying goes “you got to be in it to win it” definitely applies to sunrise photography. It can go your way or sometimes, more frequently (it feels), does not. I apologise in advance if I’m teaching you to suck eggs. This is just my take on what is important to remember. The only way to capture those great sunrises...

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Urbex Photo Essay – Furhouse Manor

Aug 17, 12 Urbex Photo Essay – Furhouse Manor

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This derelict manor house in England is an Urbexer’s paradise. This place was a real time capsule and lay untouched for many years. The beauty of decay was evident as we wandered around each room with the whispered sounds of “wow” as we literally couldn’t believe what we were seeing. A real sense of eerieness hung over the...

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