Hailing from Vancouver Island, BC, Canada, I’m currently living in Britain: came over to study, and decided to stay…at least for the foreseeable future.
The majority of the pictures you will find in this portfolio will have been taken while exploring the UK & Europe. I enjoy taking pictures of food and drinks, and have have started to take an interest in flash photography and portraits.
Hope you enjoy my collection!
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Bought my first speed light last week — used off eBay for a decent price — as well as some Rogue flash accessories: Large Flash Bender and Diffuser. / I’ve included some shots of the speedlight, and FlashBender with Diffuser, to provide you with an idea of how big they are. Moreover, I’ve provided picture examples of the different lighting effects further below.
I had the opportunity on Saturday night to fill in for a friend as the club photographer at The Cuban in Canterbury. I had never done this before and, outside of taking pictures with a point and shoot on a night out, nearly turned down the offer because it was last minute and my inexperience. However, I told myself you have nothing to lose and went for it. / I had a great time and learned so much…
Since we’re approaching the Christmas season I decided to try something new and got my hands on a pack of star filters: 4, 6, & 8 point :) Took the 8 pt around Canterbury and made it really changed the way I considered the scene I wished to capture as well as anticipate a city smothered in Christmas lights. As I become more adept at employing these filters I hope to add some interesting…
Since I now live in the UK I try to experience every part of British culture and therefore have taken advantage of different pub centric activities. To aid in this endeavour I bought CAMRA’s London Pub Walk book . The book rates every walk in terms of the ale variety and architecture. / Such a marvellous way to explore London, become familiar with great establishments, as well as take some …