Back behind the Bridge

We've been playing with Objects and Backdrops today

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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 Model... Continue Reading →

Transient

Transient gathered together waiting on the western wind dandelion seed   ready for the off travelling on the airflow dancing under clouds   landing in a green settling down to sleep new flowers take form   The son of plot a sets root growing in plot b as tree line grows  

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 the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 we... Continue Reading →

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 tripod... Continue Reading →

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