Month: June 2017

June 12, 2017 / / Blog

McFade in LIVERPOOL Liverpool is a fantastic city – one of the only ones with 2 cathedrals, huge river, architecture to die for and some band which disbanded in 1970 which seems to crop up everywhere. Oh – and up the coast a bit there’s a load of metal men made by Antony Gormley and placed on a beach. Here’s the beach… the men come later Liverpool’s City Centre Architecture SO we started in the centre taking photos of the buildings – Liverpool was a thriving port in the old days…

June 12, 2017 / / Blog

Landscapes and Waterscapes @ Stanley Ferry With a 17mm Tilt Shift Lens I’ve had a flurry of outings to get used to the new lenses – this trip was to the Stanley Ferry area just outside Wakefield, in West Yorkshire. I’d started out looking for decent wheat fields, but they were not lit that well with the sun – just looked like overgrown lawns, or like this next shot, have plastic all over them So I tried a black and white – this is with the 17mm TSe lens and a perfectly level…