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By John Clarke

Hi there!

These past several months have seen me busier than ever with moun­tain after moun­tain of busi­ness-related crap to climb; each bite-size chunk of finance-related bull­shit being as boring to write about as it is to chew through, so I’ll spare any further details.

As I’ve men­tioned before, Coffeesh0p is about to relaunch after being com­pletely over­hauled. This also means a tonne of new products and a tonne of new pic­tures to be taken for the site. Turns out it would cost far more to get someone else to take these photos than the cost of a new camera, so  in the interest of fiscal respons­ib­il­ity, I’m now “into pho­to­graphy”.

There’ll be lots of great product photos on the new site when it launches, but in the mean time, here’s some of my favour­ite photos taken in a per­sonal capa­city (click each for a larger version):

The Uni­ver­sity of Birm­ing­ham

Pylon & sub­sta­tion

Green & purple laser

Lake at night

Amanita mus­caria

Hyde Park, London

Birm­ing­ham Christ­mas Market

If you think they’re not shit, there are loads more here: http://​www​.flickr​.com/​p​h​o​t​o​s​/​s​y​n​c​h​r​o​n​i​u​m​/​p​a​g​e1/

As always, your opin­ions welcome in the com­ments below..

5 Responses to Photography

  1. domski23 says:

    Wickid photos my friend, I’d be super happy with myself if I took them ones. Always enjoy your posts. Stay well, Dom.

  2. EROCx1 says:

    Those are awesome pix bud! nice work!


  3. Mike says:

    How did you accom­plish the laser one?? That looks fant­astic!

  4. Synchronium says:

    Cheers every­one! Might make an effort to post photos along­side my art­icles from now on…

    Mike: The green laser is attached to a cheap camera tripod with the help of a 1/​4in nut glued onto the top of a pop (soda?) bottle, with grooves cut in for the laser, while the purple laser is held by a friend of mine sat a few feet away. Can’t remem­ber exactly, but I most likely used a really fast shutter speed, low ISO and tiny aper­ture. Be careful though, taking too many shots like that will prob­ably knacker the sensor.

  5. Professional Wedding Photographer says:

    The laser light looks incred­ible! the com­bin­a­tion of green and purple color is very nice.Nice Photos col­lec­tion.

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