“I’m very fond of low light photography and the power of monochrome.”
Its been one year since I started From 1 Artist 2 Another – an opportunity to share other artists with you. My first featured artist was Mike Osborn. We ‘bumped into each other’ here on planet wordpress! I was instantly in tune with his photography which captures his corner of the world with both a modern and classical sensibility. He is a self-described “London photographer capturing sweeping views and intricate details.” Mike’s specialities are “architecture, the sights of London, night photography and macro – or close-up shots.” Now after one year I’ve checked back to see what Mike has been up to. And he just gets better and better! Here are some of the latest works in a brand new 2015 gallery!
About Mike’s Equipment
My primary camera is the Fuji X-E1, which is bristling with digital function but has retro styling. I prefer to stay in manual mode and maintain control over my shots.
I also own a vintage Soviet Zenit film camera, which is completely manual. It’s been an experience getting to grips with it and comes out only on rare occasions.
A new addition is an Olympus-35 EC, a nifty little point and shoot film camera manufactured at the start of the 1970s.
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