Archive for the ‘Ray Scott’ Category

Ray Scott: Waiting for Clapton

Waiting for Clapton © Ray Scott

I went to the Royal Albert Hall a few weeks ago to see Eric Clapton play. I’ve seen him a few times before so wasn’t too fussed about having been given a ticket for the nose-bleed section. It’s all good. I took my Leica D-Lux 4 along with me on a whim. I don’t know what made me [...]

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Sharing The Same Spaces

SharinThe Same Spaces - 5.10mm at f/2.8, ISO 400, Shutter speed 1/100 sec

On Friday evening after work I decided to check out the Camille Silvy exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in London. I’d never heard of Camille Silvy but was quite intrigued by the photograph used to promote the exhibit, a print entitled ‘Twilight’. What really made me want to see this exhibit is the fact that [...]

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Leica M9 Akademie Day (Camden Town Remains)

India 2 China - 12.8mm at f/2.8, ISO 80, Shutter speed 1/125 sec

I was on the train in to London today for my first of 3 workshops at the Leica Akademie in the Mayfair borough of London, and started experimenting with Silver Efex Pro. I have quite a lot of photographs that I’d still like to share, but simply haven’t had the time to process. But firstly, the [...]

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Waiting for Alice

Waiting for Alice by Ray Scott; 5.10mm at f/2, ISO 1600, Shutter speed 1/10 second

I actually really enjoy being inside old theatres and cinemas. There’s something about the way they used to present entertainment that has somehow gotten lost in the modernisation of the world. It’s not just the way they used to look, but also it’s the size. I like the small venues. A lot of people find [...]

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