Richmond Bicycle Repair Man

Richmond Bike ShopThis shot was taken on a two day Pixels to Print workshop I ran in Richmond, London last week.

I was inside the shop at Active Cycles on Mortlake Road with a 24mm lens at f4. On the workshop we were looking at depth of field and the four controlling factors: Sensor size, lens focal length, Aperture and distance to the subject.

If you are interested in photographing strangers but are a little nervous about approaching them see the weiry.com/100strangers  website. This website looks at the whole issue of how and when to approach a total stranger and ask permission to take their picture.

A big hello to all the new followers of my blog over the past few weeks.

(c) Andy Beel FRPS 2014

http://www.andybeelfrps.co.uk

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4 responses to Richmond Bicycle Repair Man

  1. David Thomas says:

    Hi Andy

    Thought you would like to know….the 100 strangers link is not working correctly.

    Cheers David

    >________________________________ > From: andybeelfrps >To: davidthomasba6@btinternet.com >Sent: Thursday, 23 January 2014, 16:44 >Subject: [New post] Richmond Bicycle Repair Man > > > > WordPress.com >andybeel posted: “This shot was taken on a two day Pixels to Print workshop I ran in Richmond, London last week. I was inside the shop at Active Cycles on Mortlake Road with a 24mm lens at f4. On the workshop we were looking at depth of field and the four controlling fa” >

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  2. Adrian Lewis says:

    Hi Andy! Nice picture – and this is exactly relevant to me because, when the weather gets a little warmer, photographing strangers is exactly where I’m headed. I have a couple of useful articles from AP, and this website will add more info I’m sure. Thanks! Adrian

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