Archive for April, 2009

Low-key lighting (pregnant nude)

Low-key lighting (pregnant nude)

Low-key lighting is a technique where normally only one light source is utilised and can be a fantastic way to create images of the nude body without revealing too much.  In addition, because only selected areas of the subject are illuminated, the lighting can be controlled to achieve a far more flattering image than, for […]

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Another from Bamburgh

Another from Bamburgh

Shot on a Nikon D2x, F16, 2 seconds exposure, 100asa, Nikon lens 18-200 vr.


Lucky landscape – Bamburgh Castle

Lucky landscape – Bamburgh Castle

A quick trip to Northumberland saw some cold and windy weather but some fantastic evening light, as this shot of Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland illustrates. Summer lighting in the UK is often misty and I have found time and again that cold days can yield the best results due to the crystal quality of light. […]