Photographic essays, a
photo blog

by Cormac Scanlan

This photoblog is a collection of photo essays. Through my photography I explore a range of photographic styles and subject matters and try to reflect my thoughts about my subject in the way I capture it.

10 July 2012

Upon turning 30, I decided to soften the blow with a new wide-angle lens. Here I test it out, in and around the coast of Bradwell-on-Sea.

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Orford Castle
12 May 2012

Both inside and out, Suffolk's Orford Castle is a great place to explore and a good subject for experimenting with light and texture.

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Pin Mill Boatyard
9 May 2012

The boatyard in the quaint riverside village of Pin Mill in Suffolk is fantastically photographic, full of chains, boats and rust galore.

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Eccles-on-Sea... on Film
23 February 2012

Eccles-on-Sea is a tiny village I have been visiting since I was a child. Here I've captured its charm on black and white film.

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A Freston Walk in May
10 February 2012

During a spring afternoon around Freston near Ipswich I explored ploughed field textures, flowers and buttery bokeh in Freston Wood.

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Bourne Park in the Snow
9 May 2012

Bourne Park in Ipswich is beautiful in the snow. This February morning was perfect for capturing the area and its plants, pets and locals

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