What are your travel photography goals when you visit a new place? A new video is up on YouTube with my shots taken recently in Venice. There is a discussion about my camera choices for the trip along with what photographs I chose to take and why.
I shot this image in 2007 one during an extended work break in Vancouver. We had a good meal in some bar & grill place. I dusted it off for a Getty stock call but the image. I found out that I used to shoot in JPEG (not RAW) and it’s a little soft and therefore not up to get over the Getty quality bar, but I quite like it nevertheless.
I had a mooch round Camden the other night. It continues to be gentrified with a Cath Kidson right by the old Camden Market. I did, however, see this great old car.
I am currently in Muscat and this is the view from the hotel
Just fifteen minutes long with music from The Magnificent Seven to Beauty and the Beast via Hogwarts, this show was a nice end to the visit. It’s free, and people sit on the floor or flower risers to watch. There is no one perfect vantage point so everyone is relaxed.
As the winter drags on and I continually fail to get out and shoot anything new, I am left drawling my archives. This is one of my very old shots of the Millennium Bridge and the Sage in Gateshead.
I took this at the bus station with the best view in the world, about an hour after sunset.
I had fun shooting on the harbour in St Ives last night.
This sunset was pretty awesome, with the streaks of light bouncing off the bottom of the clouds.
We had a lovely few days in Venice last week. The weather was warm, the city beautiful, and the skies lovely colours. I met with my good friend for coffee and chats about her business, and we got to spend some fun time with my mum and aunt. There should be some other shots coming, but for now here is a sunset image taken from a restaurant in Arsenale looking towards Salute and the Grand Canal.