Tag : Tim Hill

Whitby Whale Bones and Abbey

Whitby Goth Weekend and the words ‘NEED’ and ‘WANT’

Hello all, let’s start the weekend off with a few pictures I recently took at Whitby, North Yorkshire. It was Halloween weekend which means it was the famous Goth Festival and the town was full of Goths and Steampunk’s in all their spooky and splendid glory, some of them looked fantastic, others just plain scary but that was the idea, all where lovely people and all too willing to pose for us photographers of which there were many! A good […]

Tim Hill on Social Media

Social Media – Friend or Demon?

When you have the rug pulled from under you like many photographers and I just have after the crushing announcement that G+ is to close for good next year, you can be forgiven for thinking of all social media platforms as a bit of a demon, I certainly did and I was ready to leave the lot for good a few weeks ago. How dare Google delete all those friendships forged over the years and all the days of your […]

Crystal Ball Photography

Crystal Ball Photography – my latest toy and project

Crystal Ball Photography or Glass Orb Photography is certainly nothing new and has been done to good and bad effect by many photographers before. That said it’s something I have never done before and a challenge I am really looking forward to experimenting with in all weathers and locations. Here is an affiliate link to the crystal ball that I have purchased https://amzn.to/2wEiNZ5 if you use the link it costs you no more but I get a few pennies to […]

Admiral Von Tromp shipwreck Saltwick Bay

Admiral Von Tromp shipwreck Saltwick Bay

Admiral Von Tromp Photography, a 3am start to catch the sunrise! For those who don’t know the place and the story, this is the shipwreck of Admiral Von Tromp which lies in Saltwick Bay near Whitby, North Yorkshire. Admiral Von Tromp was a Scarborough, England based fishing trawler that ran aground on 30/09/1976. The exact circumstance of the accident remains a mystery as the boat was on completely the wrong course and a senior nautical surveyor at the inquest stated […]