A photographic journey starting in Camden Town, NW1. Starting a the iconic Camden Market, teeming with people with accents from all over the world filling the air. Through Camden Lock and then out of the chaos onto the tranquil tow-paths of Regent’s Canal. The journey concluded in the ever-regenerating Shoreditch. I made use of all forms of […]
The skies were overcast, but there was no doubt that spring was in the air. Armed with a brand new camera, I hit the streets to capture some of the infinite character of the capital. All images are clickable twice (to see full res). Use your ‘back’ button to get back to this page.
I’ve integrated my Instagram page into my website. You can access the content directly via the thumbnails in the page footer or go direct to my Instagram profile page via the Instagram icon at the very foot of each page. Please follow me for some of my on-the-fly photography.
One of my brothers, Macca maccasherifi.com, was recently asked to write an article on his blog: Exploring Egypt for clothing company Jack Wills™ during a recent trip to Hurghada on the Red Sea in Egypt. They posted the following image, shot at sunset on a pier branching out to a reef on their Instagram page which has received […]
I watched Thor: The Dark World recently, and to my surprise, some of the scenes were filmed at the Old Royal Naval College in my local and dear Greenwich. I was also thrilled to see that the cinematographer and I have a mutual appreciation of the angles of this architectural masterpiece. All rights […]
Sometimes, no, most the time, I struggle for inspiration when it comes to photography. Well, that said, perhaps it’s better described as a slight ‘lack of drive’ to get out and get shooting. Camera in hand, I boarded a train into central London. I was heading out for dinner with my better half and a […]
It’s April and that means London Marathon time. I have the privilege of living in Blackheath and just a short walk from the start of the London Marathon, one of the the largest marathons in the world. The weather was kind, once again, to the runners and spectators with blue skies and little wind. Thousands […]
I have been interested in macro photography for some time now and wanted to capture the beauty of flowers nice and close up. I used flash to bring out the vibrant colours of this flower. Like many who shoot in macro, no doubt, this shot took a while to get the right feel. The composition: […]
It’s just been announced that the interminable charm of the British pound coin is to come to an end and be replaced by a hard-to-forge, 12-side coin reminiscent of the threepenny bit, if you’re old enough to remember what one of those looks like. It will also consist of two metals, like the more recent […]
The Photograph ‘Jump’ was awarded a certificate of merit in The Federation of South London Photographic Societies Inter-Club Plate 2014 DPI competition representing Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society. The photograph is of Team GB’s Dan Clark at the London 2012 Olympic Games leaping for the ball. It was retouched to emphasise Dan Clark’s athleticism and determination […]
Carl currently has some of his London gallery on show and for sale in the Wears London Fashion Boutique situated at Greenwich Market. The 18″ x 12″ signed prints are sold framed or as an unframed signed print. You can click through to the Wears London website by clicking the logo.
The rain has fallen heavily over this festive season in East Anglia. The rising river levels pose a threat to many residents living near to the flood plains. In the village of Stratford Saint Mary the river is manually purged when water levels reach dangerous levels flooding the meadows on either side. The result is […]
Happy New Year and best wishes for a prosperous 2014. 2014 sees the arrival of Carl Sherifi’s photography website. This website has been a dream of his for many years and it has brought him a lot of pleasure creating a space for his work. Purchase of signed prints are possible through this website via […]