photographer - drawn in DPaint III (Amiga), 1989.

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. Miscellaneous - 1972 - 2015



Croydon sunrise Hiding behind the lens Trees at dawn with brick wall Red staircase Port Talbot refinery Port Talbot refinery St Martins off Trafalgar Square Airport workers in Prague Collie/Labrador playful Collie/Labrador hunting Eucalyptus garden Stormy seaside Thoughtful girl After a morning shower Girl at waterfall Heathrow cafe and cups Cottage in Wales Serpentine Cafe in the seventies Loughborough Junction sunset Chem-trails at sun-set Sunny Mitcham, Surrey sunny church window A strange train station at night Mysterious Kennington church Snowy street, Jan. 2010 Stereo mix-down mastering


Most of the above pictures were taken with my 30-year old, peeling Contax 139 Quartz SLR, some with a JenOptik JD C3.1 LCD DigiCam and two with my VGA mobile phone. For the snowy street pic and the mixing desk close-up I used the new Canon PowerShot A480. This seems a fairly decent 10MP camera with optical and digital zoom, plus SuperMacro, that can also shoot VGA movies with sound.

With the electronics of the Contax gone and the myopic plastic lens of the JenOptik hopelessly blurred after a clean with an air-brush, the task of "workhorse" belongs to the PowerShot for now.

my peeling old Contax plastic lens JenOptik Motorola cellphone The LCD of the A480 Canon PowerShot A480




. A snapper's London - March 2010



Millennium Bridge Inside Tate Modern View from Tate Modern towards Sampson House South Bank boat jetty St Paul's from Millennium Bridge Millennium Bridge views St Paul's Cathedral Looking East from St Paul's A door in Cannon Street Westward view on Cannon Street Eastward view on Cannon Street Plaque on an old wall in Cannon Street Cannon St / Queen Victoria St crossing Cannon St / Queen Victoria St crossing Southwark Bridge off Cannon St Towards Vodafone Building Vodafone Building Cannon St View off Cannon St Monument of London Leadenhall Market off Gracechurch St Leadenhall Market off Gracechurch St St Peter upon Cornhill off Gracechurch St St Peter upon Cornhill off Gracechurch St St Peter upon Cornhill off Gracechurch St Cornhill towards NatWest Lloyds from Bishopsgate Gherkin from Bishopsgate Latham & Watkins Latham & Watkins Gherkin from the London School of Management Education ... Gherkin and the City House St Mary's Axe Reflections in Bury Court Reflections in Bury Court Reflections in Bury Court Reflections in Bury Court Reflections in Bury Court Tower 42 from the base of The Gherkin Reflections in Bury Court Be the change you want to see in the world. Mahatma Gandhi Lloyds Insurance Building Lloyds Insurance Building Threadneedle towards NatWest Angel Islington

These were the result of a preliminary expedition, on a changeable and mostly gray day, and most will need to be re-taken when the lighting is more expressive. Originals up to IMG_0146, ... the London School of Management, are 2816 x 2112, and the rest are 3648 x 2736 pixels in size.




. A snapper's London - 20. June, 2010



Setting off at Streatham Odeon Cinema Streatham High Road Leadenhall Market Lloyds Insurance Building Lloyds Insurance Building Lloyds Insurance Building The Gherkin - from the south The Gherkin - from the south Tower 42, City of London The Gherkin behind St Mary's Axe Top of Gherkin Bottom of Gherkin Lloyds Insurance North side Lloyds Insurance North side Crescent shaped building from St Mary's Axe Lloyds Insurance North side Crescent shaped building from St Mary's Axe

Being a balmy late June evening, I looked out my front door and saw a golden sunset, still about 10-15 degrees up, so on the spur of the moment, I decided to give the "Gherkin" a try - in a different light. As it turned out, I was too late, the sun had sunk below the horizon, barely illuminating the odd thin cloud. Due to the lingering volcanic ash, the sky was even free of both con- and chem-trails, so quite bare. Manual exposure might have improved these results by darkening the sky, but this camera is fully automatic and it is impossible to try hand-holding such twilight shots anyway. Obviously a tripod would have saved the day, had I brought it with me.




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