Keeping it in Perspective.
This church at Hillsborough is popular with photographers. And why not? Look at the image!
There’s a pretty scene in there, with lots of the elements of design. There’s colour and shape, there’s lines drawing the eyes into the church, the central focus of the image. But there’s one problem. In many photographs of the church the trees are seemingly angled inwards, a distortion of perspective. It’s a natural lens effect, because the lens is low (usually at eye level) and the trees are high… Continue reading Keeping It In Perspective
A visit to Kellswater in Co Antrim.
Kellswater Reformed Presbyterian Church, near Ballymena, Co.Antrim. Built in traditional ‘barn’ shape in 1806. The congregation dates to 1760 making it the first RP Congregation in Ireland, and still singing only the Scottish Metrical Psalms in worship.
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Happy Birthday To You… yes it’s Amaya’s first birthday and what a great excuse for a return visit to our Dundonald studio for a Cake Smash!
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It’s Christmas – and here’s Dylan celebrating with a ride on Fluffy the Studio Pony, both of them dressed for the season!
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It is a real privilege to be allowed to make Photographic memories for families – memories that will last for generations. These theee lovely wee babies came to our Dundonald studio today to make enduring childhood memories. They are Nisha, Jay and Daisy.
Today at the studio two of our photoshoots were lovely baby boys who had come for their Baby’s First Year photo-sessions.
Dylan was here for his very first session…
While young James was back for his second sitting, and enjoying every moment of it.
This wee charmer is Caolin, who celebrated his very first birthday with a special visit to our studio at Dundonald!!!
Here’s Nisha, – she’s a proper wee mini-model! Full of smiles for the camera.
Here’s young Gerard, who visited the studio at Dundonald this morning for a special Photoshoot with his mum.
This is one of the nicest church buildings in the Newtownabbey area. A fine black stone construction with a tower and entrance porch. Inside is beautiful too.