The breakdancing crew, Groundhogs, featured at the King of the Ring 11 tournament in Nottingham
The view must be better from up here. Monkey Forest, a thoroughly great day out with your camera.
Just thought this fella was cute 🙂 Seems like they grow into their feet and ears ….
one chilled and composed Barbary macaque at Monkey Forest in Stoke
A bit of a play with some new ND grad filters, although not ideal I thought that I’d see what they did with the minumum of post processing involved.
Haven’t been able to take any decent photos recently but I wanted to post something to keep my blog up to date. Here’s a very basic handheld shot from a recent walk along the Tyne near where I live.
Next stop, some decent tuition and the purchase of the grad filters to try this sort of thing out properly for a change. I’m sure the camera was on a more appropriate aperture but nevermind. Will try again soon.
Promotional shot of the Hooters girls on the King of the Ring night
If the wind changes your face will stick like that my mum always said.
I love getting the timing on these shots. Very rare and the timing is 50% down to luck.
Image of a rather stunning overhead kick during a fight night.
King of the Ring, Nottingham, May’09
my favourite shot of a local Nottingham band, The Recovery, kicking out quite a distinctive sound…I just like this shot as it was taken in a local pub on a community based gig circuit and nicely features some advertising for the band 🙂 Normally bass guitarists are shy and retiring types, happy to sit in the middle of the stage…this chap ended up in the pub crowd and on top of speakers at least 3 times. Extra long XLR cables especially for him!