Kate Atkin Photography

  • Spring is coming...

    Today when I looked up into the beautiful branches above me I'm sure I saw some fresh buds getting ready for Spring...

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  • Croome's Rotunda in Lomo Fisheye

    This image is of the Rotunda at Croome Park (National Trust) in Worcestershire and I have used my Lomo Fisheye. This is one of my favourite places to photograph and just spend a day walking and relaxing, its a really beautiful place.

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  • "Don't Think, Just Shoot"

    I love the freedom of lomography. This image was created with a Lomo Fish Eye and I've used a double exposure to layer one landscape upon another. Over the years I've gained a large collection of Lomo cameras and will try and post some of my experiements as I continue to have some fun with them!

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  • Lomo Action Sampler

    This image was taken using my Lomo Action Sampler, a Lomo with four sequentially operated lenses. It alows you to take four images in sequence with the resulting images all in one frame. This is especially good for moving objects. Shot with 35mm film.

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  • A winters frost

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  • She used to tell me that a full moon was when mysterious things happen and wishes come true.

    Shannon A. Thompson, November Snow

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  • A trip to the Gower, Wales

    A sudden burst of light and calm before the rain came...

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  • Autumn

    Falling leaves hide the path so quietly...

    John Bailey

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  • Exploring Italy: San Gimignano

    San Gimignano is a small walled medieval hill town in Tuscany. We spent a glorious afternoon here at an organic farm sampling their home grown produce and enjoying the beautiful views over the Tuscan countryside.

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  • Exploring Italy: Sienna

    Quite frankly the most beautiful place I have ever visited! So much culture and history. Also famous for its Panforte, the most delicious cake I have ever tasted. A visit to the Cathedral of Sienna is a must, words cannot do it justice. It's astoundingly beautiful! Dozens of famous artists have contributed to frescoes, carvings and sculptures including Michelangelo, Donatello, Pinturicchio and Pisano. From its sculptured exterior to its magnificent inlaid floors, to its frescoes and carvings its literally breathtaking.

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