Tag: urban landscape

Birmingham Graffiti 2022

It’s been quite some time since I have taken a walk around Digbeth in Birmingham to photograph its thriving and ever changing street art scene. For those not in the know, Digbeth is a short walk from Birmingham Moor Street Station and styles itself as the “creative quarter” of the

Three Months with the Fujifilm X100T

It’s been three months since I started using the Fujifilm X100T as an addition to my Olympus, micro four thirds cameras. I thought I’d take this opportunity to write a short review based on real-life usage over that time and share a few images in the various genres I shoot

What I Learnt About Photography in 2015

I thought for my first post of 2016 I would share some of the things I had learnt from my photography during 2015. January – Photograph what you know It’s very easy to get seduced by all those photographers that travel to far away places and capture amazing images of exotic locations and

Birmingham Graffiti

Say what you will about Banksy he’s certainly done a lot to popularise graffiti and make it into a legitimate art form which, if not actively encouraged, is at least tolerated in many cities and becomes a political statement in some. None of the below are Banksy’s as far as

Paradise Lost

“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” John Milton – Paradise Lost Which could well apply to what some people think of the old Birmingham Central Library and surrounding Paradise Circus area which will soon be no more

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