The Edge of Daylight - Manhattan, New York City

Feb 1st

2012

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Shooting at the Edge of Daylight

Another shot of night-time New York – once again, it’s Midtown Manhattan, looking north.  Making this picture was as much about patience and fortitude than anything else – it involved hanging around on a roof thirty-eight storeys up on a windy night, waiting for it to get dark and the city lights to come on, […]

The Blue Hour - Manhattan, New York City

Jan 20th

2012

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Photographs in the Blue Hour

Another dusk shot from New York City – this time high above the streets of Midtown Manhattan, looking north east. The last glow of the embers of the sunset to my left is visible reflected in the buildings facing west. This transition from ambient to artificial lighting – when ambient light in the sky is […]

Chinatown, New York City

Jan 15th

2012

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Grappling with the Big Apple: Street Photography in New York City

This week, I’m in New York City, a city which – like my home town, London – I never tire of. I took a walk through Chinatown, an area which I have somehow contrived to pass by, but not through, on previous visits. It was a rainy, cold, windy night, and I endured maybe an […]

Street portrait, Old Delhi, India

Jan 9th

2012

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Emotion Trumps Technique

This image was shot at a Sufi shrine in Old Delhi, India. On this day, I set out with the specific objective of making street portraits. Most of the portrait photographs I made were after asking permission, but this was one of several candid shots I made that day. This man was concentrating intently on […]

Night on Blackpool Beach - Lancashire, England

Jan 7th

2012

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Night Mood on Blackpool Beach

Another night shot from Blackpool Beach, looking directly out towards the sea. The clouds were moving quickly with the onshore wind, which combined with the four-minute exposure caused the streaking effect in the sky. The tide was out, but there were pools of water remaining on the beach which reflected the clouds and the light […]

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