My trip to Woolacombe happens once a year with a group of my college friends. We tend to camp out for a few nights up in the hills and take a walk down to the seaside town which has been voted one of the UKs best beaches to visit. On this trip I was gutted that I had a lack of good photographs. On my walk back up to the camping spot, I turned around for a glance at the beach and luckily saw some surfers surrounded by fog. This is how my photograph was created.
What is your favourite seaside town you have visited in the UK?
TEXTURE TUESDAY! Ya it’s made up. Pretty sure there’s no hashtag for it, but maybe I’ll start a trend 😉 Today’s all about TEXTURE. Texture GREATLY improves any image, especially when it has a light sheen when it’s wet (use a polarizer). Sometimes, TEXTURE is ALL you need. It can act as subtle foreground, engaging leading lines, or dynamic background. In this case, it’s the SINGLE subject acting alone. This is something a little different from me, but to be honest I REALLY like it for it’s simplicity. It’s minimalistic, and I say again, the TEXTURE in the earth is accentuated by the monochrome exposure. COMMENT with your thoughts!