Posts Tagged: b&w

Queen opening Fifth Welsh Assembly

The Queen visited the Senedd in Cardiff yesterday, 7 June, to open the Fifth Welsh Assembly. I took my trusty OM-2N along and to take some photos. I usually find at this kind of event the people watching make the most

Queen opening Fifth Welsh Assembly

The Queen visited the Senedd in Cardiff yesterday, 7 June, to open the Fifth Welsh Assembly. I took my trusty OM-2N along and to take some photos. I usually find at this kind of event the people watching make the most

My daughter’s wedding on film

My daughter was married on 9 April and, of course, I had to take photos. The full gallery from the day is here: http://www.cariadus.com/sian-dom. Now, it has to be said that I am primarily a seascape/landscape photographer; photographing people is not

My daughter’s wedding on film

My daughter was married on 9 April and, of course, I had to take photos. The full gallery from the day is here: http://www.cariadus.com/sian-dom. Now, it has to be said that I am primarily a seascape/landscape photographer; photographing people is not

An evening at Southerndown

Thursday evening I stopped off at Southerndown on my way home from work. Southerndown, or Dunraven Bay as it’s also known as, is a particularly photogenic beach. Just do a search on Flickr for ‘Southerndown’ or ‘Dunraven Bay’ and you’ll

An evening at Southerndown

Thursday evening I stopped off at Southerndown on my way home from work. Southerndown, or Dunraven Bay as it’s also known as, is a particularly photogenic beach. Just do a search on Flickr for ‘Southerndown’ or ‘Dunraven Bay’ and you’ll

Tate Britain with an Olympus rangefinder

I recently bought an Olympus 35DC rangefinder for the princely sum of £15. The 35DC is the cinderella of Olympus rangefinders because it’s fully automatic and there’s no manual override – in fact no manual settings at all apart from

Tate Britain with an Olympus rangefinder

I recently bought an Olympus 35DC rangefinder for the princely sum of £15. The 35DC is the cinderella of Olympus rangefinders because it’s fully automatic and there’s no manual override – in fact no manual settings at all apart from