Thursday, May 3, 2012

The Roundabout Leek

Just to say thank you to the ones that were there. Also a reminder that Dusk till Dawn Crafted by professional photographer Brett Trafford and wonderfully displayed in the Foxlowe, The Market Place, Leek from the 1st of May to the 31st May 2012. The free exhibition, “Dusk till Dawn” is exploration of photography when the sun has gone down. When the sun goes down and the light fades this is the time of day that most photographers put down their cameras and head home. During the winter long nights put quite a restriction on your photography and it was this challenge of working out side the normal conditions that lead to the project. Photography is the manipulation of light and the night time is the absence of light, so the two seem incompatible, but with a bit of hard work and dedication the rewards can be spectacular. Taken over a number of years and in a number of locations, the images show the wonderful colors and shades that can appear when the


  1. I hope this isn't too geeky but what lens did you use for this shot? I tried to get a similar picture but couldn't manage the breadth of view you've achieved here. (excellent shot by the way).

  2. It was a Sigma 10-20mm, and about 6 shots stitch together shot from the balcony of the monument.


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