Welcome to RyanPhotography

Thank you for dropping by our RyanPhotography Website

We love to photograph, seascapes, architecture, landscape and of course flowers and we are based in the South East of England.
Our photography is a hobby for us and we love every aspect of photography and in particular I love the post-processing of images….
Post processing is mainly carried out in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and a little bit of Photoshop… (which I have to admit I am still learning).

We do hope you enjoy your visit and come back to see our photos and
your comments are always welcome.
~Bren and Ashley Ryan

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  • Leeds Castle in Monochrome

    Leeds Castle in Monochrome

    This photograph was processed using the same method I used yesterday for my Canary Wharf at night photograph.  And the method being this process was …

  • Canary wharf at night

    Canary wharf at night

    The above image was created by stacking 5 different exposed shots and then aligning the images and by using stack mode of median, before processing …

  • Split-Toning

    Split-Toning

    I was playing around today with an image I took at Merriments Gardens in East Sussex.  As soon as I saw the image I knew …

  • The Bridge to Leeds Castle

    The Bridge to Leeds Castle

    Before you can enter the main castle at Leeds Castle near Maidstone, Kent you have to go over that bridge and through the Gatehouse.  Originally …

  • The Lake at Leeds Castle

    The Lake at Leeds Castle

      Lately when I am out and about photographing landscapes, I look for reflections.  Reflections to me add to a photograph.  To see a building’s …

  • Up close and personal

    Up close and personal

      There he was squatting down taking a photograph of these Canadian Geese in the shade by the lake when this little guy decided to …

  • Water Cascade

    Water Cascade

    Yesterday, I posted on this blog a photograph of one of the many streams at Leeds Castle in Kent… the above photograph is of the …

  • A Stream at Leeds Castle

    A Stream at Leeds Castle

      As you walk, or in my case pushed, from the entrance towards Leeds Castle, there are many lakes and streams… one of those streams has …

  • Leeds Castle

    Leeds Castle

      The above photograph is of the bridge that crosses the moat that leads you into the main courtyard of Leeds Castle…    The following photograph …

  • HDR Panoramic of Leeds Castle

    HDR Panoramic of Leeds Castle

      The sun was shining.. and so we decided to go to Leeds Castle… and it was glorious… and packed… There were hundreds of people …

  • Reworking Nymans Ruins Again

    Reworking Nymans Ruins Again

      I was just going through some of our very first photographs taken back in 2012… and looking at how my processing techniques have changed… …

  • First buds of spring 2015…

    First buds of spring 2015…

      Both of our visits to Doddington Place, this year and last year were Easter Time… and back in Spring 2015… the rhododendrons, magnolias and …

  • Just Blooming

    Just Blooming

      Lately my photography has taken me to photographing a lot of flowers… whether it is because I am now confined I don’t know.. but …

  • Yellow Flower of Lullingstone

    Yellow Flower of Lullingstone

      This flower was taken just a few weeks back when we visited Lullingstone Castle near Eynsford in Kent…

  • Lily…

    Lily…

      The just love the vibrant colours in the above photograph… originally it was more of a sky blue background… which didn’t compliment the lily …

  • Water Droplets – Dahlia

    Water Droplets – Dahlia

    During our little outing to Pashley Manor… I was changing lenses quite a bit… to be honest I found it a whole lot easier to …

  • Blue tint flower 

    Blue tint flower 

    On one of our photography visits to Sissinghurst Castle, I came across these delicate little flowers… they were very delicate and pastel looking… so when …

  • Concrete Gazebo

    Concrete Gazebo

    As you stroll around the grounds of Pashley Manor you come to the Old Moat which has a small island in the middle.  To gain …

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