Month: March 2016

Featured Street Photographer – Ed Worthington

A very nice article featuring some of my work and some very kind word’s about it here.


Welcome to the first of a new series of featured Street Photographers. First up is Ed Worthington – a street photographer with Sideshow Bob feet…

Why Street Photography?

I wrote a blog entry about this not too long ago and the two main points I made were to do with the human condition itself and expense.

You can read the details at Ed’s blog here :

Now what I mean by the human condition is something we pretty much all share, an interest in other people, and it’s that interest in other people, cultures, ways of life that make street photography what it is. There’s not really another genre of photography were you randomly snap shots of strangers just because they interest you, and I think I used the question “do you like to people watch?” to explain it, because who doesn’t find themselves just whiling away the time…

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Project 52: Week 13; Portrait – High Key

Week 13 and another portrait brief (sigh, I don’t like portrait as you will once again see) and this time the theme is “High Key”. I will admit I had no idea what I was doing, how I was going to do this and basically didn’t really try awfully hard in the end. I have some plug in’s for Photoshop (quite a lot actually) and one has varying degree’s of filter’s for creating high key image’s which you then adjust. Thus I did that with a previously taken image of my friend Aled, you may remember a similar image from a post about the radio show me and him present. The result is below.

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Street Photography – Olympus OM-D EM-5; 26

Another instalment of my street photography series, as with the previous post these are take around Berlin on my Olympus OM-D EM-% and either 17mm M.Zuiko or 25mm Panasonic Leica DG Summilux lenses.

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