Showing posts with label Photography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Photography. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Broadway at Christmas

Every year, around Christmas time, I pop over to Broadway to take some photographs of the stunning lights that stretch along the High Street.

In case you don't know, Broadway is a gorgeous village located in the Cotswolds about 30 miles south of Birmingham in the UK.  It's a short 10-minute drive from where I live, so I try to visit it as often as I can.

Last night, I took my daughter Sophie over there and used the opportunity to take some pictures which I thought I would share with you here.

Monday, April 13, 2020

USS Voyager and Vulcan Long-range Shuttle Models

With the current Covid 19 lockdown in effect, I've had a chance to take some more photographs of my Eaglemoss Star Trek Starships Collection.

Camera Settings (before post production)
Canon EOS700D
F-stop : f/28
Exposure time : 30 seconds
ISO Speed : 100
Focal Length : 10mm

Vulcan Long-range Shuttle 

USS Voyager

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Stuart's Panoramic World 17 - Evesham, Hampton Ferry - March 2016

This 360° panorama was taken by the River Avon in Evesham, near Hampton Ferry. 
Use your mouse (or cursor keys) to look.  Your mouse wheel allows you to zoom in and out.

Location : Evesham

Date : 25th March 2016

Camera : DJI Phantom 3 Advanced Drone Built-in Camera

Download/Enlarge : Click here to enlarge 

Sunday, January 05, 2014

Boldly going.... again

Oooooo...  Two posts in one day!  Go me.

I just wanted to post a picture that I've been working on to kill my boredom, and take my mind of having to return back to work tomorrow after having the past 2 weeks off.

Several years ago I purchased a USS Enterprise model made by Bandai.  The model is great, and even lights up.  Since I have just recently purchased a brand new DSLR camera (Canon EOS 600D), I thought I'd try doing some shots with it and super-imposing them on to some 'spacey' backgrounds.  I'm working on a few at the moment, but this is the first one, and I must say I'm quite pleased with the finished result.

What you can't see is how I managed the blue tint to the hull of the ship.  Since I don't have access to a studio or fancy lights, I managed to achieve this with me holding my mobile phone at the model, and using a torch lamp app to illuminate the ship!  Simple but effective.