Steve Cansfield's photos


  • Morgan

    The best of British

  • Salt & Pepper

    A year to the day from my last upload.....

  • 9/52: Tonemapped

    A site visit coincided with lunch break and the site became still. Some subjects are just crying out for a bit of Tonemapping. 5 bracketed exposures taken with a Panasonic Lumix GX1 Micro 4/3 camera.


  • 8/52: Compromise

    A compromise. I wanted to go out with the camera, my son wanted to go for a ride on his bike.

  • 7/52: Sunset

    I've been trying an assortment of old manual focus lenses on my Panasonic GX1 micro 4/3 camera. This was taken with an old Prinzflex 28mm f2.8 lens with the aperture wide open. With the crop factor of the Micro 4/3 taken into account, this works out the…

  • 6/52: Paint Splat

    Orange paint splatted onto a blue metal park bench. Camera: Panasonic DMC-GX1 Exposure: 1/320 Aperture: f/4.0 Focal Length: 14 mm ISO Speed: 160


  • 5/52: Beach Stone

    Low angle beach shot. Camera: Panasonic DMC-GX1 Exposure: 1/4000 sec Aperture: f/3.5 Focal Length: 14 mm ISO Speed: 400

  • 4/52: No Photography Weekend

    It was an unusually warm sunny day, so to celebrate we packed the kids off to stay with Grandma & Grandad and I took my wife out for Sunday lunch. The only condition was the car didn't have the roof on! A good day out that ended with passing another t…

  • 3/52: A Titanic Moment

    Diving Belle statue outside of the Lighthouse, Scarborough, North Yorkshire.


  • 2/52: Messing around with IR

    Resting the camera on a wooden groyne while trying to find the IR focus point on the 14-42mm kit lens was never going to give a pin sharp image. The kids and the wife were running around and people kept walking in front of the camera leaving strange 'ghos…

  • 1/52: A new beginning

    I've decided to attempt a new 52 week project.

  • Winch Cable

    Boat winch cable, Flamborough. Yorkshire Coast.


  • Owl

    Found in the local shopping center during a Christmas shopping trip.

  • Spurn Lighthouse (x2)

    There have been lighthouses on Spurn since 1427 because of the dangerous currents and sandbanks that lie beneath the River Humber's surface. There have been pairs of Lighthouses since 1674 and at least eight have been swept away in storms. They were bu…

  • The 1970's

    A garage not far from here always has a nice selection of classic cars in the showroom.


  • Narrowboats

    A narrowboat is a boat of a distinctive design, made to fit the narrow canals of Great Britain. Melbourne, Pocklington Canal. East Yorkshire.

  • Riley RME

    Scanned 35mm negative. Queens Gardens, Kingston upon Hull.

  • Movement

    I tried to capture the feeling of movement of a horse & cart on the streets of Bruges, Belgium on a recent trip.


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