'The Soho Man' 
For the first time since I started taking photos I’ve been able to name one without having to spend ages thinking about it. The name is pretty self explanatory as it is a man standing at the end of a street in Soho. Although this photo probably isn’t the most interesting I like how it came together. I was walking round so not much thought went into, I just turned round and pushed the button and somehow the composition of the buildings came out great, the man stopped in the right place and the photo came out almost perfectly straight. 

'The Soho Man' 

For the first time since I started taking photos I’ve been able to name one without having to spend ages thinking about it. The name is pretty self explanatory as it is a man standing at the end of a street in Soho. Although this photo probably isn’t the most interesting I like how it came together. I was walking round so not much thought went into, I just turned round and pushed the button and somehow the composition of the buildings came out great, the man stopped in the right place and the photo came out almost perfectly straight.¬†

Using and Editing my photos

Hey guys, I don’t usually do text posts but I thought I need to say something as I’ve spotted a few people using and editing my photos without telling me. It does say in my bio to let me know if you’re using one of my photos and if you do use one leave the watermark on it, it’s there for a reason! The photos that I’ve spotted are mainly photos I’ve taken of Kingsland (or now Kingsland Road) I put my time and effort into travelling to see these guys and into taking and EDITING these photos so when one of you takes them and edits them it feels like I’ve wasted my time. I am a fan of Kingsland too not just a photographer so either ask me or credit me for my photos or bring your own camera and take your own photos instead of taking and altering someone else’s work!

If you can’t understand my bio all you need to do is go to my ask box and leave a message letting me know which image(s) you are using, it’s not too hard!

Thank you!