Girafferacing's People Posts

We made our annual trip to Westminster Abbey today for Friary Brass Band’s concert in the gardens there. Kevin was playing trombone in the concert and I went…

For some time now I’ve been a member of She Clicks – a group for female photographers on Facebook. From time to time group members organise meet ups around the…

A couple of years ago I discovered the work of Saul Leiter through a documentary about him, titled 'In No Great Hurry'. I’ve always been a predominantly…

It’s been far too long since I had a whole day to dedicate to street photography - today I put that right. For the last few days I’ve been keeping an eye on the…

We’re well and truly into summer fete season now, with a different local village holding one each weekend. Today it was the turn of the Thaxted Fayre and…

On my way back through London this afternoon I had a little unexpected free time so I took a detour via the National Portrait Gallery. The Martin Parr “Only…

During my visit to Tyntesfield today I found an artist sketching in the hall, who was revelling in the surfeit of details in lantern above the hall. I spent…

I had the pleasure of working with a lovely group of people today, on the first of my photography workshops for the year. My aim with these introductory…

Over the last few days a series of demonstrations have been taking place around the world to try and wake people up to the realities of global warming. In…

Inspired by a talk from Damien Demolder at our camera club a while back, whenever I wander museums I look out for interesting characters or poses. Today was no…

I couldn’t resist the opportunity to do a little people watching at Goodwood today. There were lots of people milling around in the pitlane, watching the action…

As I finished my morning’s work at Hatfield Forest today there was plenty of action going in the education yard. One of the lime trees has grown so big it’s now…

When I set off for Cambridge this morning the sun was shining and my plan was to use the light and shade to create some dramatic street photography. By the time…

I was lucky enough to be invited to the Imperial War Museum today for a workshop about the work of the late Tim Hetherington. His complete archive, containing…

This evening was workshop night at the camera club. Paul, one of our club members is a dab hand at breathing life into old film cameras. He did a great job of…

I attended a street photography workshop with a group of friends from the camera club today. Our tutor for the day was Damien Demolder, a wonderful street…

When I was a student, I lived in London for four years. I passed the north-east corner of Hyde Park, every day on the number 10 bus, but somehow never stopped…
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