Friday, 29 October 2010


I have been interested in photography since I was a student in the late fifties.   For the next forty years I owned and used a variety of film cameras, taking both colour and monochrome pictures and slides.  In the past few years, like thousands of others, I have gone over to using digital cameras.  I love its immediacy and the ability to modify the images in Photoshop etc.  But there is one thing missing.  I used to take a lot of monochrome prints, developing and printing them in my primitive dark room with pleasing results; but I find it very much more difficult to achieve the same results in digital.  That is why I still keep my ancient roll-film Rolleiflex.
I have been working hard on producing better black and white prints using digital capture.  Here are some of the results.

An artist in Bruges
                                                A punt on the Cam
                                                    A dome in Budapest
                                                              Canterbury Cathedral        
                                                                    Montmartre Paris 
                                                  Modern Art - Gare du Nord, Paris
                                             Don't mess with me - Audley House

1 comment:

  1. I think they are good Brian, especially the artist in Brugge. Come and visit, I am in the middle of Cambridge colleges.