It’s been a quite a few years in the photography game and it’s really a struggle to make a name for yourself where we have a sea of talent out there. The arrival of more digital cameras and variety of digital devices has increased the overall struggle but as they say the cream will always rise to the top.
I have decided to try and increase my skill set and started down the video route, well we don’t know we can do something till we try. We can either fail or succeed. If we don’t try we will never know.
So this is my start down the route of documenting my trips on film. I think it’ll get better as I spend more time editing the videos, adding sound to it and learning how to use the software to it’s full potential.
I hope you like the episode of our trip to Loch Ness on a photography weekend.
As always, thanks for reading my posts.
Jacques le Roux
You have to be in it, to win it!
If you don’t get out then you won’t get any images. Sounds logic right? NO excuses, challenge yourself to at least once a month get out and take photos.
Known about this place for a while, seen images of this location numerous times but didn’t know where it was till by chance I came across a proper guide to find it.
So got up yesterday at 0420 and straight to the spot, had to bring out the mountain goat in myself to go down the stairs. I did buy a 30meter rope and some proper waist height waders. Didn’t need the rope as there were some already in place but waders came in handy. Water was only thigh high but a great investment for the future.
So here’s a few examples of the morning.
The Devil’s pulpit.
Front viewSide viewSteps:
Jacques le Roux ….
Finally got around to opening a shop for images, I will keep populating it as I find more and more images I want to add.
Please have a look and send me some feedback, I would greatly appreciate it.,
Shop can be found at: www.Jacquesle Roux.co.uk
We should investigate our cities better when it comes to it’s history and hidden secrets. I only had glimpses of Glasgow’s hidden gems. I was one day there for a specific reason and had a few hours spare. This was the result of a walk I took trying to find the gems.
A combination of the 5 bridge legs under the railway bridge at the river.
I was playing around with long exposure and traffic. This was a post office truck going across my shot.
I used two photos over each other to end up with a split of both.
A portion of the wall mural, well known and worth a visit.
Thanks for the visit.
Jacques le Roux