Miniature Golf Cony Island NY by Kevin Meredith .
One from the archives, I took this in 2006. Unfortunately I don’t think it’s open anymore or at least according to Yelp it’s not, don’t know whether it had anything to do with Hurricane Sandy?
When I have the time I tend to upload at most two pictures a day to Flickr. When I import images to Lightroom I tag potential uploads with “upload to flickr”, I’ve set up a smart folder to show all the images tagged with “upload to flickr” so at anytime I can view my potential uploads, I can’t imagine organising images without Lightroom. If you want more Lightroom organising tips take a look at my tutorial on how to organise a Lightroom Library on my Blog .
This is an except from my recent batch of Hidden Lightroom tips, little Lightroom knowledge nuggets that you might not necessarily know.
If there is a collection or folder that you always find yourself returning to you can add it to Favorite Sources for fast access. To add a folder or collection to Favorite Sources click on the folder / collection you want to add, then click on the filename above the film strip and click Add to favorites. Whenever you access this menu you have the option of selecting folders and collections in Favorite Sources.
Getting a little trim at Teddy Edwards by Kevin Meredith.
With a name like Ace Kelly my barber should be a 70s cop. Unfortunately he doesn’t fight crime and shake down pimps, instead he crafts head and facial hair at the very fine Teddy Edwards Cutting Rooms.
Alone in River’s Wood by Kevin Meredith.
David walking past the Brighton Pier after morning swim by Kevin Meredith
On Tuesday morning I had a really early start. I swim with Tim Andrews on the other side of the West Pier at 6AM before the sun came up . When I was done I cycled back to Brighton Pier where my swimming club is to have a shower. After that I was able to take some shots of the swimmers as they had there later swim.
Checkout more images of Brighton swimming club on my website here.
I’ve been shooting in the mornings at the Brighton Swimming Club with an Olympus O-MD EM-5 + under water housing that Olympus leant me. Because it’s quite hard to get a decent shot in the water when you bashed by the waves I just leave it on continues high mode, which means I have a lot animated gif fodder. It’s an amazing camera system, I reviewed the Olympus O-MD EM-1 last year which is an awesome camera.
By the way this giff looks way better on google+.
Jaws queue – Halifax, West Yorkshire – 1977 – © Martin Parr / Magnum Photos
This weekend (15th-16th Match) is the last chance to catch the Tony Ray-Jones / Martin Parr photography exhibition at the Media Space in the London Science Museum. If you live in London and have not seen it I highly recommend you take a look. I wrote a blog post about it last year. I really enjoyed it, it’s a rare opportunitie to see Martin Parr’s early black and white work.
Dubble for the iPhone update by Kevin Meredith
Dubble (that’s spelt right) for the iPhone realised a major update today. If you did not know it randomly pairs up your photos with another random user’s to create beautiful double exposures.I wrote a blog post about the update. I also wrote a review on the day of launch. I also had the foresight review a little app called Instagram when it less than a month old. I might have a little form for picking out the winners!
Images by me and:
me and: takuyan | zhezep | styleslicker | arthurkwok
suranna | photogruff | ideanj | quinnism
annagibert | pinkschmink | jamesomcraig | holight