Author Archives: Marsh

Ice Butterfly.

The freezing, thaw, freezing circle on the surface of water can create incredible patterns. Here I imagine the shapes to resemble an ice butterfly. If you find patterns in ice on a day with a clear blue sky you can … Continue reading

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My picks from other photographers favourites from 2011.

I thought it would be interesting to share my favourite images from the other photographers on Jim Goldstein’s list, and it didn’t take me long to find a stunner. Take a look at this one by Floris Van Breugel. If … Continue reading

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Favourites from 2011.

This is something new for me, the first time I’ve selected some favourites from the past year. It makes you wonder why you haven’t done it before, athough it could be seen as perhaps a touch vain, I see it … Continue reading

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Zoom and move.

How do you use your zoom lens? Do you see a subject and zoom in or out from where you were when you saw it? Did you get the best shot possible? What are all these questions about? Well let’s … Continue reading

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Rotten colours, try it in black and white.

I was out photographing at one of my favourite locations yesterday, and was struggling with the early Autumn colours. The beech trees were a greeny yellow, and the results were looking a little bit insipid on the LCD screen. But … Continue reading

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