Challenge 30 – No6

“A Snails eye view’ #photography #closeup #abstract “You are a noisy mollusc….” Dougal the Dog to Brian the Snail – Magic Roundabout This was a toughie when working on #challenge30, I mean – how do you get a snails eye view ? You would have to be a snail wouldn’t you? I let my imaginary snail loose around the house –Continue reading “Challenge 30 – No6”

Feeding the Heffalumps

Another Photographic from the archive – without the need for a soaking at any of the Zoo’s in the Northwest of England! Amazing what you can do with a magazine and some toy figures…. Created by Inky at the Portacabin.  Home of the BASIC Clicks photography group. Camera : Sony DSC – H300 Additional ModelContinue reading “Feeding the Heffalumps”

Out in the Garden

Friday 19th May 2017 Basic Clicks Photography Group Location : Base camp, the Enchanted Garden, Brain & Spinal Injury Centre, Salford, UK Camera used : DSC-H300   Today, we’ve been out in the Enchanted Garden @ BASIC.  Capturing some brilliant images for use in a future display.  Mostly these were roses , but also theContinue reading “Out in the Garden”

Waterfalls and Closeups

Friday 3rd March 2017 Another session of Basic Clicks, the photography group at Brain and Spinal Injury Centre in Salford Before proceeding with the photography – I enjoyed a nice bowl of soup in the cafeteria….and took a pic of it…. The session worked primarily on composition, and setting up shots using our various cameras. Continue reading “Waterfalls and Closeups”

Adventures in LEGO world

Location : Brain and Spinal Injury Centre, Salford UK 16th November 2016 I’ve had fun this morning at BASIC’s photography session. It was a still life session with a difference – using a Racing Bike and some little toy characters Framed with a backdrop provided by our leader and tutor Maggie. Here’s the bike weContinue reading “Adventures in LEGO world”

Close up photography

Location : Brain and Spinal Injury Centre, Salford, Lancashire Date : 26th October 2016 Todays session of the photography group concentrated on Still life. It also covered areas of using a zoom lens and tripod. The above pic was created using a small water fountain, brought in by our marvellous tutor Maggie, a star tripodContinue reading “Close up photography”