On tuesday (12/7) I took a short trip over to Scarborough, North Yorkshire for a nights stay. Despite the rain, still managed to get out and about with the camera, here are a few shots from my iPhone whilst I catch up on my photo editing backlog.
Then as I was heading home, the sun was out.
Overall it was a good little break, now I have got my interest in photography back my motivation seems to be returning too.
Not long ago I joined a new group on facebook (Leeds Photography Group) after been told by a friend about it. They meet up a few times a month to go out taking photos and on Weds (5 July) I joined them for the Car Park Rooftops meet up.
Here are a couple of photos I have worked on so far.
Back on the August Bank Holiday I went to Whitby, North Yorkshire with 2 friends for the day. It was a great day out and quite warm too, I took my camera with me to get some photos as the town is so photogenic and as I enjoyed my previous shorter evening visit there with the camera last year, I knew that I would get some good images.
Recently I had lost my motivation for Photography (see https://robdphotographer.wordpress.com/2016/10/03/hiatus-from-photography/) and on this blog as well been a little quiet. Since last week was my week off from work I had planned to go out with my camera at least one day in the week and what do you know the day I planned for some Autumn photography shots in the local park turned white, due to a little bit of wintery weather we had overnight.
At first I thought I would stay in and stay warm as the snow was still falling at lunchtime, decided to dig my wellies from the cupboard, wrap up and venture out and to my delight got a couple of good photos, the few below are from my iPhone, as I am yet to get into Lightroom and edit them.
Enjoy the images below and I will be posting the shots from my SLR as soon as I have finished the edits.
I also have the photos from Prague and Whitby on separate posts for this weekend 🙂
Today’s Throwback Thursday image i look back on my first ever exhibition at the Leeds Corn Exchange back in august 2014. I sold two prints both on the 2nd and final day of the weekend. It was a fantastic experience and to see my work alongside other photographers in a public space.