Recently my friend and colleague David (who knows South Bristol a lot better than I do) recommend I head up to Dundry for a great view of Bristol. Dundry is a small village several miles South from Bristol, and perched atop a large hill. It has several radio masts and I believe one of themContinue reading “The view from Dundry”
Part four of Infrared Week. This is Clifton Observatory, perched high on top of a cliff, looking down over Brunel‘s Clifton Suspension Bridge. Mamiya C220 camera with Mamiya-Sekor 80mm f/2.8 lens and Efke IR820 Aura film.
Yesterday I shot a panorama of the view from the garden around the Clifton Observatory. It’s quite a pleasant view, but it’s a shame that the suspension bridge and the observatory aren’t the same height.
Recently I’ve heard quite a lot about “tilt-shift” photography, or “fake miniature” photography. Done with a proper tilt-shift lens, you can mess with the lens to make a real scene look like a model. It’s also possible to fake the effect in post-processing, which is what I’ve been concentrating on since I don’t have aContinue reading “Toytown”