Monthly Archive: June, 2013

Reach for the sky!

From a quick snap taken whilst waiting for a train at London bridge station, this was an attempt to show off some of the beauty of the shard which is always rather striking.… Continue reading


Another slightly older image where I no longer have the original (sorry), however I’ve always thought the simplicity of this capture was striking and I can remember that I was walking early one… Continue reading

Singapore Skyline

Taken whilst walking along the harbour front and heading towards the financial district, I wanted to make this dramatic to show off the skyline. The Edit… As I often do, I created a… Continue reading

Beach Blues

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside… especially on days like that and armed with a camera, or in this case, my iPhone. Edited completely on the go I really enjoyed… Continue reading

Frond memories

Back again in my parents’ garden I took this shot whilst laying on their lawn under one of their tree ferns, on what was a rare sunny day for the UK! The original… Continue reading

Singapore secret garden

Taken in Singapore whilst refusing point blank to use the air-conditioned walkways below ground and instead be baked in the heat and humidity in search of sights and photo opportunities… worth it I… Continue reading

Bloomin’ close

I’m still astounded, despite doing iPhoneography for a number of years now, how detailed some of the images are. If you zoom in on this the detail is stunning, and all on an… Continue reading

Ciao Bella!

This is one of my older pieces, it was taken in Italy whilst wandering the back streets of a mountain village. Sadly I no longer have the original shot, just my edit. The… Continue reading

Call Me!!

What I love about working in London is that a photo opportunity is always around the corner, sometimes just tucked away and unnoticed. This was taken just inside the gates of the Royal… Continue reading


Welcome to my photography and iPhone-ography blog! I intend to showcase my pictures, all of which have been edited to bring them slightly out of the real world (and a few entirely out… Continue reading