Cumberland Basin during winter snow day, Bristol England March 2018, black and white tone high contrast shallow depth of field
BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: Bristol Harbour (part of Port of Bristol) in black and white
England, Bristol – Oct 02, 2017: Diversity in Britain, Two Muslimas walking next to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Black and white photography
Corbel Head on St John Church in Bristol B, Architecture Details, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
Bristol, England – Jan 22, 2018: Beggar Woman Sitting next to Rubbish Bin, Black and White High Contrast Photography
BRISTOL, UK – AUG 21, 2015: View of a Banksy piece depicting the Queen as David Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust persona seen on a city centre street. Banksy is a world renowned street artist from Bristol.
BRISTOL – OCT 31: View of a Banksy piece depicting the Queen as Ziggy Stardust seen on a city centre street on Oct 31, 2015 in Bristol, UK. Banksy is a world renowned street artist from Bristol.
Statue of Edmund Burke in Bristol City Centre, low angle black and white shallow depth of field vertical photography
Corbel Head on St John Church in Bristol A, Architecture Details, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Hotel du Vin and Bistro Bristol, view from Lewins Mead, black and white horizontal photography
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North Facade of Bristol Cathedral BW, Entrance and decorated towers, low angle black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
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Bench in the snow at the view point on Durdam Downs, Bristol. Black and white photo. Photo taken in 2018.
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BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: Bristol City Hall (formerly the Council House) in black and white
BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: Bristol Cathedral (formally the Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity) in black and white
Looking up a Fireman Ladder BW, Firefighter Truck extendable Ladder next to Tower Block, England 2018 shallow depth of field horizontal perspective black and white photography
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Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Unknown Person walking in to Tower House, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Tower House Facade low angle, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
BRISTOL, UK – MAY 18, 2015: View of the famous Banksy graffiti piece titled Mild Mild West seen on a city centre brick wall. Bristol is well known for its vibrant and political street art scene.
Corbel Head on St John Church in Bristol C, Architecture Details, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the Avon Gorge and River Avon designed by Brunel and completed in 1864 in Bristol, UK in black and white
Bristol, England – Nov 26, 2017: Homeless Man Sitting on the Pavement Reading with a Street Preacher Talking to People in the Background, Shallow Depth of Field, Black and White Street Photography
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: English Terraced Houses on St George Road, black and white shallow depth of field photography
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BRISTOL – SEPT 21: Graffiti piece by an unidentified artist on a building in the Stokes Croft area of the city on Sept 21, 2012 in Bristol, UK. Bristol is famed for its vibrant street art scene.
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Decorated facade of building on St Stephens Street, city centre of Bristol, black and white low angle shallow depth of field horizontal photography
The streets of Bristol in the city centre, a deep view over the magical old centre of the town, England, UK
England, Bristol – 03 Sep 2016: Nave and Ceiling at Bristol Cathedral Columns Impost and Keystone HDR black and white horizontal photography split toning sepia tone
Bristol, England – Nov 26, 2017: Young Man Carrying three Cases of Soft Drinks, Christmas Market in Bristol, Shallow Depth of Field, Black and White Street Photography
BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: Vintage train wheels at Bristol Harbour (part of Port of Bristol) in black and white
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Bristol Cathedral (formally the Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity) in Bristol, UK in black and white
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Looking Down Small Street, black and white horizontal photography
Black and white photo of a fountain in Bristol taken with a fast shutter to freeze the water.
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Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Modern pedestrian promenade in Colston Avenue Bristol BW, split toning shallow depth of field horizontal photography
England, Bristol – Oct 15, 2017: City life in Bristol, Tennager Practising Tricks on his Bike A, Freeride Bike Jumper, Shallow Depth of Field black and white tone high contrast
Welcome to Black and White Bristol – a website focusing primarily on images of Bristol and the west of England in black and white. I am a Bristol-based artist working mainly with infrared & black and white photographic imaging but also painting in watercolours and acrylics.
Whilst the title ‘Black and White Bristol’ gives a clear indication of the main website theme, there are also images from further afield as well as a sprinkling of colour images.It’s often true in life that less is more – for my photography this is all about trying to learn how to take fewer, better quality, photos.
It is proving a challenging process for me but hopefully it means anyone viewing these images will have a less painful time – how thoughtful of me. Less is more is also a lesson I am trying to learn in my images – stripping the image down to the basic structure.
There is a bit more info on the ‘About’ page.Thanks for visiting! Any comments are most welcome.RobLatest News:November 2015: Very little time for photography this year but now the home extension is nearly complete I can dust off the camera again and get working.
Uplifting news this weekend as five images got nominated in the 10th Black and White Spider Awards (probably the most prestigious international black and white photography competition – but don’t quote me on that!) and one was a finalist in the Architecture category.
I’ve posted them in the Latest Work section but not all are very recent!October 2015: An infrared image I took of Bodiam Castle a few years ago was a finalist in the Epson International Panoramic Photography Awards this month, which was great news.
I’ve also been asked back to the University of Bristol Photography Society to present – I had better come up with something new this year! Looking forward to coming up with a few fresh ideas…September 2015: After most of the year being consumed by work commitments and a large extension project taking over our home, I have been reinvigorated by a charming Norwegian customer buying a print of one of my favourite Bristol images.
Thank you! I feel re-energised, not only to take more photographs, but to update this website given how it contains so few recent images. I am also keen to progress my Simplicity, Space and Subtlety project.
February 2015: Finalist again in International Garden Photographer of the Year! An image from The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland last Autumn won second place in Beautiful Gardens. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to make it to the private view at Kew Gardens but seeing it in The Times and being interviewed by The Daily Telegraph made up for it!December 2014: The presentation to the UoB PhotoSoc was a really enjoyable experience for me.
I just hope the audience enjoyed it as well! About 45 friendly and welcoming members of PhotoSoc asked some really interesting questions and I hope I was able to explain the basics of infrared photography reasonably clearly for those that were new to it.
A really busy year with talks, a one-to-one workshop, competition action, large and small commissions as well as an invitation to submit a portfolio to a prestigious New York gallery. But I’m still enjoying the day job as well!November 2014: A really interesting invitation from the University of Bristol Photosoc to come in and give a talk on black and white photography – I’ve decided to expand the theme and talk about infrared photography and photography as an art form.
I’ve been enjoying preparing the presentation and so I hope it is interesting for the audience! Also just got shortlisted again for International Garden Photographer of the Year, which is really heartening, even if I don’t get any further.
Moonlighting as a colour garden photographer, tut tut…July 2014: I’ve been lost in a self-imposed project for the past nine months, working on the themes of Simplicity, Space and Subtlety and trying to understand how I can manage to rein in my natural urge for drama.
Not for nothing does my family call me a drama queen. It’s been a challenge but I’m starting to come out the other side. Much of the existing website is starting to be overhauled but it’s another challenge to find the time to do the replacement.
It’s lots of fun doing entirely my own thing, though. This is very much a response to a challenge set by my mother last year and it could be a while before it is properly finished. I’m also having a number of serious technical issues caused by the combination of digital infrared, wideangle lenses and neutral density filters.
..but I won’t bore you with that now.
The Great Gatehouse (aka Abbey Gatehouse) in Bristol, UK in black and white
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Statue of Edward Colston in Bristol City Centre bw, black and white mid view shallow depth of field horizontal photography
England, Bristol – March 05, 2017: Middle Aged Woman In The Harbour Market BW Shallow depth of field street portrait black and white photography
BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: The Wills Memorial Building part of the University of Bristol at the top of Park Street in black and white
Aerial shot of Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the Avon Gorge and Clifton Observatory, Bristol, UK – Black and white
Nelson Street Old Name Signs above Archway, black and white split toning horizontal photography
BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: Vintage trains at Bristol Harbour (part of Port of Bristol) in black and white
BRISTOL, UK – DECEMBER 7, 2017: Close-up of a cute black and white cat looking up to the sky from a windowsill.
Clifton Suspension Bridge by Brunel, Illuminated at Night, Bristol, England, UK
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: St Pauls Community Sports Academy, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: The Salvation Army Charity Shop on Cheltenham Rd, shallow depth of field black and white horizontal street photography
Bristol, England – March 20, 2018: Homeless sleeping outside store, with advertise on the window “your next adventure awaits”, black and white split toning photography
Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station, in Black and White Sepia Tone
Ruins on Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel, with moody clouds above. In black and white.
Corbel Head on St John Church in Bristol D, Architecture Details, black and white shallow depth of field horizontal photography
St Mary Redcliffe Anglican parish church in Bristol, UK in black and white
LGBT Rainbow flag isolated on black and white background fine art dust effect, shallow depth of field
A pair of black swans nesting at the lake edge near Bristol in England. One bird reveals that there are white feathers under the black.
Top Facade of Old Bristol Royal Infirmary Hospital, black and white horizontal photography
Bristol, England – Nov 26, 2017: Street Sale at St Nicholas Market, Older Gentleman Demonstrating His Product To Younger Man, Black and White Street Photography
Bristol, England – Nov 26, 2017: Elderly Gentleman With Bent Posture Walking With A Stick, Shallow Depth of Field, Black and White Street Photography
Bristol, England – March 16, 2018: Looking Down Stokes Croft, black and white street photography, shallow depth of field
LGBT Rainbow flag isolated on black and white background, shallow depth of field
BRISTOL, UK – CIRCA SEPTEMBER 2016: Bristol Museum and Art Gallery in black and white
Ruins of St Peter church in Castle Park bombed during World War II and now preserved as a memorial in Bristol, UK in black and white
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, Long Exposure Black and White
Looking up Lower Church Lane in Bristol, Black and White Split Toning High Contrast Photography, Narrow Steep Hill Street in Bristol
England, Bristol – 25 Jan 2016: Lion statue, Victoria Rooms Bristol black and white photography
Bristol, England – Jan 22, 2018: Homeless Person Sitting outside Shop, Black and White High Contrast Photography