This week has been an interesting one for me. I did my first ‘photo presentation’ at a local camera club. This was around HDR and urbex, more focussing on the urbex side of things and hopefully dispelling the myth that all HDR is bad. It was a very fulfilling couple of hours that I really enjoyed, I was initially unsure if i could waffle on about my pics for that length of time, but it appeared to work well.

Creating the presentation made me look through a lot of old images that I’ve not looked into for a while and although some of the initial shots that I took when I first started out on my journey are pretty bad, it’s good to see my progress. Also good to find that I have quite a few decent images from forgotten trip that I can use now that I have a bit more skill in Photoshop.

Here’s one that I might have processed before, but thought it would be fun to do again. It’s the well known Padded cell at west Park, now dust and rubble.

 (Mark Blundell)

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