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Weather Watchers

Weather Watchers

Damien WalmsleyDec 28, 20161 min read
The changing nature of the weather is so fascinating. The colours at dawn and dusk can be amazing. During the day there may be storms, rainbows and even sunny weather that just has to be captured. I regularly post to the BBC Weather Watchers page as it is always fun to get your picture on … Continue reading Blog
IgersBirmingham

IgersBirmingham

Damien WalmsleyDec 28, 20161 min read
  IgersBirmingham is run by Fraser  and Beth and they highlight pictures taken around Birmingham. They hold regular instameets and I have been fortunate to attend those that took place around Harborne, Soho House and Spaghetti Junction. They also have a feature on Instagram called PICTURE OF THE DAY and one picture is selected by the … Continue reading Blog
Bridges

Bridges

Damien WalmsleyDec 27, 20161 min read
This is a project that I did for a Lynne a friend from work.  She wanted four pictures of bridges from around the world. These were to be printed out and displayed in her kitchen.  Hope you recognise them as they are iconic bridges.     Latest Products Set of pin buttons £15.00 – £17.00 Select … Continue reading Blog
Birmingham Post and Mail

Birmingham Post and Mail

Damien WalmsleyDec 27, 20161 min read
It is always a thrill to have your photographs published in the local paper and this is easier than you think. I discovered that the Birmingham Post and Mail have a Flickr Group and if you post your pictures into this group then you stand a chance of being selected for publication in the paper. … Continue reading Blog
Birmingham Gems

Birmingham Gems

Damien WalmsleyDec 27, 20162 min read
The Birmingham Gems calendar features pictures from 4 photographers in Birmingham and it is the idea of both Daniel Sturley (@iconic_exposure) and Jonathon Bostock (@birminghamweare ). The email telling me that i was going to have my pictures selected for the calendar was unexpected. After I had sent in a few examples of my photographs, … Continue reading Blog