I have been using Affinity and DxO PhotoLab software recently to obtain some great HDR effects in otherwise mundane pictures. I know its not to everyones taste but i rather like the grungy effect and the textural detail it brings out.
We had a lovely day trip yesterday, in rare hot sunny weather, to the Shropshire town of Ironbridge. Named after the world's first cast iron bridge the spans the River Severn, the area is famously known as the birth of the Industrial Revolution in the late 1700's.
I had to be quick taking this shot. Dread to think if i was caught. !!
This is Up North Records in Chester, right opposite the Cathedral if you ever visit.
Another visit to Chester and another set of street photographs documenting life in summer 2020, a summer like no other. I hope you like these pictures. Please feel free to comment.
I ventured in to North Wales last week. A country that has had stricter lockdown measures than England, despite being part of the same land mass and having no physical border. Its complicated here in the British Isles. Suffice to say that they are now open to tourists. And the strange thing was the lack of … Continue reading Wales re-opens after 4 months in lockdown….. sort of