Category Archives: Wide angle

Fence

Fence, originally uploaded by foto-art. Fence around Mow Cop castle folly. I just loved the strong dominant shape of this fence and the way it leads the eye into the picture. This works even better in high contrast black and … Continue reading

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Windswept tree

Windswept tree, originally uploaded by foto-art. Windswept tree near Mow Cop, South Cheshire. The tree and the fence post are the two elements in this composition. I moved around the tree to get the right distance between the post and … Continue reading

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MOORLAND POSTS Black and white tutorial

POSTS, originally uploaded by foto-art. Posts on Peak District moorland, near the Cat and Fiddle Inn, near Buxton, Derbyshire. Well we had our first fine weather here in England last week: sharp crisp, frosty days with clear blue skies and … Continue reading

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Astbury Church 1

Astbury Church 1, originally uploaded by foto-art. Astbury Church, near Congleton in South Cheshire. A slightly more unusual viewpoint of this church, which is usually photographed in the height of spring when the green in front of the church is … Continue reading

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Astbury Church 2

Astbury Church 2, originally uploaded by foto-art. Astbury Church, near Congleton, South Cheshire. One of the most photographed churches in the area. I had to get up early for this more unusual viewpoint of the church, as the sun soon … Continue reading

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Dove Dale and the river Dove

Dove Dale, originally uploaded by foto-art. Dovedale, near Ashbourne in Derbyshire. This area is very popular with walkers though it is quieter during the week when this shot was taken. This is a conventional shot using an 18mm wide angle … Continue reading

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