I love it when the meter reads underexposed….
Posted by Leon Cato On August 31st, 2012
Posted by Leon Cato On June 6th, 2012
Something major that I have learned during my photographic journey is that the more focused you are in your goal and vision, the more things make sense. Removing the clutter and noise and pushing toward a specific and defined direction reaps untold benefits.
Much like anything worthwhile this definitely requires constant work as the distractions are eagerly waiting to pull you off your path. But once you know what you want the noise lessens (you become ‘noise deaf’) and the end goal becomes more and more real.
The rewards await.
Posted by Leon Cato On April 17th, 2012
Feeling a bit nostalgic about London today. So I downloaded loads of shots from my iPhone (which I don’t do nearly often enough) and started to work on a post with loads of images from London complete with an essay-style post.
Wasn’t feeling where it was going so I left it alone for a while and started working on something else. Just reopened Lightroom and saw this image and it all made sense to me.
Arguably one of the most endearing and unique elements of UK culture is the pub. And what’s really cool is stumbling upon (or into) an old style pub in London – for often they are visually remarkable and your eye captures something quite nice indeed….