March 6, 2018

Sometimes the things you can't quite see hold more interest than the obvious.

August 19, 2017

A couple of weeks ago I took to the streets of London bright and early encouraged by my good friend James. Our intention was to capture the sun rising over the Thames and the glorious colours that comes with it. I managed to snap the ball of fire as...

July 22, 2017

The London Photographic Meetup Group went mob handed painting the town blue on this (almost) all-nighter.

March 18, 2017

Birmingham has a big heart and loads of character. Take a walk around the city centre and it soon becomes clear that this Midlands powerhouse bears its scars proudly on its walls.

March 9, 2017

Gary Heiss has a knack of attracting the most interesting and inspiring group of shutter-freaks. Our theme was right up my street.

March 6, 2017

Pete runs this meetup on a regular basis, which is just as well.. flash has eluded me for a long time. Each time I attend I feel like I've taken another baby-step towards understanding this science.

February 1, 2017

This was an opportunity to experiment with zoom burst, panning and other creative methods. It was also the perfect opportunity to disguise the fact that most of my camera movement tends to be unintentional.

November 8, 2016

Winter may be cold in Iceland but what this hardy land lacks in centigrade it certainly makes up for in splashes of delightful colour. Street art is rife, and vivid paintwork adorns the exterior of many buildings; especially in the capital where most...

October 9, 2016

Images from a visit to the iconic capital of the province of Ontario and the surrounding neighbourhood.


dyerblog on Canada

October 6, 2016

I met this young man in October 2016 whilst visiting the CN Tower in Toronto. He was travelling alone during his gap year and had visited South Africa and New York prior to our introduction.

Both armed with our SLR's we struck up a brief conversation...

August 25, 2016

Meetup organiser Clive Eariss warned us that our cameras would be "working overtime" and he was right. The Thames Path runs 180 miles starting at Kemble in Gloucestershire to the Thames Flood Barrier; thankfully our jolly only covered the 2 mile stre...

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