Was walking along Regents Street this past Wednesday and did a bit of street-photography. This is one of my favourite pictures from the walk.
I've been a little behind with my blogging recently as I have been working on a few design projects for clients, but I have now managed to find time to blog about my time at the illustrious Burberry Makers House.Read More
It was quite the trip I must say; especially getting to grips with the Amsterdam culture, lifestyle, and remembering that “forward” is on the right hand side of the road and not the left as it is here in England!
I spent an amazing few days there in the Dutch capital, and come leaving day I did not want to go home! Below I will share with you a few of my favourite captures from the trip. Captures are specifically from iPhone (6S+ model) as I did not take my DSLR.Read More
In Enfield yesterday desaturating it right down to leave the majority of the focus on the smooth red telephone boxes, a London/UK trademark. I have enjoyed adding a 'light leak' to this capture too!
This photo is also posted to my personal Instagram @iamroyikoroha :)
This walkway brings back memories of my Secondary School days. I was here today in Enfield to capture this amazing one-point perspective view :)
This photo is quite the throwback for me and brings back many memories of lugging my work stuff from the school's Lower & Upper buildings.
It's not often that I do family posts on R.I.D, but here is a monochrome photo of my mother I took exactly a week ago.
I took the candid photo on our way out of Liverpool Street station via Bethnal Green. Let me know your thoughts on this capture :)
Yesterday afternoon, I visited the Dalston Eastern Curve Gardens (a cafe with great gardens) near Dalston Junction tube station and caught this unfiltered shot whilst waiting for a friend:
The grey building in the far distance looks as if it has been 'photoshopped' in or generated using architectural software Revit/Rhinoceros 3D (takes me back to my university days!). Quite cool!
On my way out of the gym earlier; I captured this shot at Edmonton Green bus station. You know I am a sucker for perspective!
The other day I was on a connection into Shoreditch High Street station via Highbury & Islington and I captured this near monochromatic shot on board the London Overground.
I think it is rude not to get a platform capture when heading for your train ;). I have taken this photo at Charing Cross tube station.
I completely removed all saturation from the photo except for the platform artwork as I found quite an interesting contrast between its colour and the monochrome of the rest of the photo. I welcome your thoughts. R