I was in London just over a week ago and spent some time shooting under bridges and the patterns of some of the supporting structures. I think I need to make a project out of these.
Ahh, so many good images from my week shooting in Cornwall. Today is a shot made along the coastline. This is the Godrevy Lighthouse. I did a large number of exposures at this location so you may see more in the future. This was made with an Olympus EM-1 and 12-40 pro lens.
I have been enjoying my time in the Cornwall area of England immensely. I have been shooting almost non-stop and have seen some great sunrises and sunsets and a lot of things in between. Yesterday morning we were shooting the sunrise at a little harbor and we had a rain shower then a double rainbow. How lucky was that? It’s been one of those rainbow kind of weeks.
Seems I am in a sunset these week. I am in Cornwall and shooting a lot of images in a lot of places. This image was made today at sunset. Spent a good 2 hours shooting this lighthouse with various angles and shutter speeds. This is a good idea of why I am having so much fun here. Shot with an Olympus OMD EM-1.
I arrived in Cologne Germany with my business partner and fellow photographer Michael Reichmann yesterday. We are here to cover Photokina, the worlds largest photo show. As I always like to do in a city I visit is grab my camera and go out shooting. I took the Olympus EM-1 out yesterday and made quite a few nice images. This one of a boy playing with a balloon with his dad was the winner. I shot it wait a 100-300 lens on the camera and that allowed me to shoot from across the street without them knowing. Bottom line is spontaneity.
If you have been following me for a while you know I love rust and decay. One thing I really love is peeling paint. I am thinking of doing project where all I shoot and show is peeling paint. The image above was made looking straight up at a ceiling in an abandoned house in the Palouse. I centered the lightbulb and like that with all the abstract of the peeling paint there is the circular object obviously man made. Fun stuff.