I found this fantastic example of the old Ford Escort rally car in a car park and I couldn’t resist making a few images. it was in pristine condition, with anti-roll bars, alloy wheels, CIBIE’s and even a 4-track cassette player! And not a USB plug, mobile phone charger or SatNav in sight!
She’s ready to rally!
Fujifilm X-T3, F=46mm, f/6.4 @ 1/25th sec on ISO800 Classic Chrome Film Simulation.
On Tuesday 22nd June, 2021 our local seat of government, the classic Parliament Building of Stormont, Belfast, was illuminated in blue, to mark the centenary of the first sitting of the Northern Ireland Parliament in 1921. I was commissioned to photograph the building, for publicity purposes, by Traditional Unionist Voice, one of the local political parties, whose initiative had led to this special commemoration event.
Here’s Angeline, photographed with the Fujifilm X-T3, against a plain black backdrop, and with only natural light, coming through a narrow window. I balanced the light with a silver reflector on the opposite side of her face.
Shooting seagulls at Islandhill, near Comber today, using the Fujifilm X-T4 and a 55-200mm lens. The tide was fully in when I was there, so there was no chance of getting along the Causeway to the island itself. Still, there were a few photo opportunities.