Sinem In The House
BLACK COFFEE DREAMS
Camden... My first stop in London in this journey through life. Having lived in the urbanscape of Istanbul for twenty one years, it was easy to adopt London as my second hometown. And after so many years, it still is. There is nothing more fun than a day out in London, snapping snippets of others' lives and laughter. Last Friday was one of those blissful days in London town.
The series is titled 'Black Coffee Days' - when I first moved down to London, All Saints was in the charts with 'Black Coffee' and every single day as I walked past the shops of Camden down to the tube station to catch my train to work, I would hear the tune slowly fill the street as the shopkeepers sweeped, dusted and cleaned for yet anoter day of business... And every single morning, through the sunshine or the rain, the joy or the pain my new life in London brought along, I would sing along to the four girls belting out:
'Wouldn't wanna be anywhere else but here., wouldn't wanna change anything at all...'
Camden is home. London is home. And when I look at these photographs I dream of 'Black Coffee' mornings of Camden.
Note From Suby
The next few images are from the darling wife Sinem. We went on a shoot to Camden Town last week and came back with some cool street shoots. Here are a few of Sinem's for your pleasure, please enjoy, they are truly amazing shots.
Colour- Safe for Web images
I sometimes see people complain that the colours of their images look different when they upload for web, not had the time to share how to get around this issue with you guys until now.
The best way around this problem is to work in Adobe RGB and then save the file, then convert (edit>convert to profile) a copy of the file to sRGB, then choose file>save for web. Converting the file keeps the image the same colours onscreen as designed and the sRGB profile should also produce a JPEG that will display on the web as it looks in Photoshop.
Hope this helps :D
Photography by Sinem, Editing by Sinem & Suby
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