Confessions of a photographer
Recently I was pleased to have a photograph featured in Shutter Photo magazine in an article themed on the colour of green. The star of the show was a set of railings which line London’s River Thames around Putney.
But then I stopped to ponder over past photographic missions and leafed through my files. There are quite a few shots featuring metal railings, in different sizes, colours shapes and poses. It’s true, in this city there are countless metal barriers, and they can feature well in photos. But have I uncovered a fetish for railings?
Maybe I do have a passion for them. They can look good in monochrome and bright colour alike, create lines and frames for photographs and show off depth of field with flair. Here are some of the other shots I’ve captured in and around London. Do you have a photographic secret to share?…
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