Sitting on top of it’s grassy knoll, close to the Brothick Burn, St Vigeans Church has always been for me the epitome of a red sandstone building.
In this image, I’ve combined two exposures – 1/100 & 1/400, f/10, ISO160. At 1/100 the sky was white and at 1/400 the building was looking like dark shadow.
Someday I’d like to be there towards sunset on a clear day. The church tower faces west and the hue of the sandstone looks amazing against a darkening blue sky.
I saw this little guy “out for a walk” on Sunday. In fact on Sunday I saw three dogs in bags. There must have been something in the air. 1/250, f/3.5, ISO400
Stockbridge on a sunny Sunday has a great atmosphere. This Sunday had the first day of spring feel to it. Stockbridge Market takes place in the Jubille Gardens, with some fabulous food, streetfood and crafts. One of my favourite Coffee Shops (Steampunk, from North Berwick) are there with their VeeDub Campervan.
1/125, f/5.0, ISO400
The next Edinburgh Portal – looking up towards St. Giles Catherdal.
I often feel a little guilty when people apologise for “getting in the way”, when actually I feel like thanking them for being there!
1/125, f/7.1, ISO10000
It’s not often I use colour in steet photography, but that stained glass window!…….so here it is.
Christmas is in full swing in Edinburgh. Princes Street has the smell of mulled wine and roasted chestnuts about it. I did a few in my usual style street photographs, thinking about black and white images. But I also wanted to try something different.
I was crouching against a bike stand, thinking about Digital Photography School’s Weekly Challenge on backlighting. At this time of year the sun is low in the sky, and it can provide some interesting backlighting. I noticed this person walking a line that was going to pass right in front of me. In this picture the backlighting is quite subtle but I liked that the tones of her scarf complemented the tones of the buildings.
Taken on a Canon 30D with an EF 50 lens, 1/800, f/8. Exposure on the person was increased 1 stop in Lightroom.