The Photographic Angle

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First post for a while

Seems like ages since I last wrote a post on here – it’s been pretty hectic outside of photography and work recently and I’ve not taken much since finishing my 365 Project XLV back in mid-March. But I’m trying to rectify that by reorganising things a bit to help me find time for hobbies. One thing…

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Creativity – The Best TPA Show Yet

As well as a wedding last weekend, Mrs C and I made a detour on the way home to visit The Photographic Angle exhibition “Creativity”, on show in Bracknell. I have to say this is probably the best exhibition I’ve seen so far from TPA – and I’m not just saying that because it features a…

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Black and White

Back at the end of May, I went to a Photographic Angle Exhibition called Monochrome. A really interesting mix of portraits, landscapes, street and abstract works. I really liked this shot of London by James Fell. And the self-portrait here by John Timbrell As always, I took my camera and got a couple of shots of my…

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Catching up

Posting way late this week as I’ve had a hectic few days again. Theme last week in the Flickr 52 Weeks Group was ‘Eye for Detail’ and so it was out with the Macro lens to see what I could come up with. I tried a few different ideas, mainly in the kitchen, but when…

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Last week as a a really good week photo-wise. Firstly, I visited The Photographic Angle exhibition “4 Elements” in Camberley which included 4 of my pictures. This is the third time I’ve been featured by these people and it’s always nice to see your pictures in print in an exhibition space. This is me taking a…

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Most Expensive – Part 2

Previously, in Part 1, I talked about some expensive cameras. So what’s the best way to be able to afford a camera worth £25,000?  How about selling a photograph for £2,500,000. Today I want to point you to this post on 500px which talks about the most expensive photographs ever sold. Given that photographs are easy…

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