© 2011 Nigel Hardy

Bangalore Birdlife…

Posted on March 1, 2012 by in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

It’s been a few years since i was in India on business, Bangalore (Bengaluru) to be precise, but I’ve just got round to re-sorting through the many images i took and carrying out a small amount of processing on each…mainly tweaks to the shadows/highlights, and a healthy amount of crop on some of the more distant subjects. [...]

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Southbank wandering…

Posted on January 23, 2012 by in Uncategorized | No Comments

Had the opportunity to be in London the other evening, following a days worth of meetings, so took the Hadley bag down with a few bits and pieces (see below) on the off chance of a stroll at dusk. Didn’t want to do the old tourist thing, so had a wander through Borough Market first off…more of that to follow in another post…and [...]

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Bands and Light..

Posted on July 12, 2011 by in Uncategorized | No Comments

Ok, so i haven’t been to as many gigs as i’d like in the recent past… and when i do go, i don’t like to turn up with some great big white lens hanging around my neck…but when Razorlight and Philippe Reda were performing at Le Mans this year, it was a nice opportunity to get a few shots in while all the pieces [...]

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Le Mans 24hr Race

Posted on July 8, 2011 by in Uncategorized | 10 Comments

Went to the Le Mans 24hr race in France again this year, been a while since i was last there (2006) thrashing away with my old 350D, so this year had a better idea of what i wanted to get image wise…not saying i got all i wanted, but i did get a chance to really play with the low light performance of the 1D Mk3 coupled with the new 70-200mm [...]

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Posted on July 7, 2011 by in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

A warm welcome to you, and thanks for visiting! After toying with the idea for far too long, i’ve finally gotten round to hosting a proper portfolio of my work right here! Feel free to browse, and by all means let me know what you think. Opinions are clearly very subjective, and i’m my own harshest critic, but i’d like to [...]

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