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The lake

May 31, 2014 14 comments

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I just so love my iPhone! I took this image of Lake Ohau on my phone while I was in New Zealand’s South Island recently covering a wedding held at this beautiful spot – not, of course, using my iPhone for that!

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Within

February 24, 2014 4 comments

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Keeping with the iPhone theme of my last blog post, today I took these Hipstamatic double exposures of my awesome lighting assistant Simon, while I was waiting for a corporate portrait client to arrive. Within a short time of uploading them to Facebook, I found that one of them had been featured on the HipstaChallenge Facebook site. Thanks to Samuel at HipstaChallenge for the title: ‘Within’.

Down at the seashore

February 22, 2014 1 comment

Petone Beach

It’s been a while since I’ve posted an iPhone image. I took this shot earlier this week using the cool Polamatic app, on the warmest evening of summer so far, down at my local beach. The beach is only five minutes walk away from where we live, and featured in this earlier blog post.

Spanish Nights

October 26, 2012 12 comments

A companion piece to last year’s post: Spain through the Hipstamatic eye … Images taken in Burgos, León and Lugo – all in the north of Spain.

A splash of blue

June 1, 2012 15 comments

A splash of blue

Hooked on Instagram!

May 1, 2012 1 comment

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted on WordPress. But finally the wedding season is coming to an end, and I’ll have more time to think about what images to post.

In the meantime though, I have become hooked on Instagram, because it is so quick to take, process and upload images straight from my iPhone. This is a small selection of images I’ve uploaded recently, with the whole portfolio found here.

Scenes from a Beach

February 25, 2012 9 comments

 

 

Thanks so much to everyone who liked or made such nice comments on my last few posts – I owe you all return visits, but I’m still spending most of my time at the moment processing wedding photos.

These images are a little different: from my Canon 5D to the cool Hipsta app on my iPhone; and from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East to just down the street from my home.  I’m fortunate to live less than five minutes walk away from a beach – Petone Beach.  It’s not the most beautiful beach in the world, but it’s a great place to unwind and watch the changing light …