Michael ToyeMichael Walker-Toye is a photographer living and working in London. His main body of work concentrates on the streets and urban landscapes of London. The theme, prevalent throughout Michael’s images, finds people in environments and attempts to convey the perception of a relationship between both subject and environment.

Of course, this blog is also a platform for Michael’s commentary on the world of Photography, life with a rangefinder, the streets of London and useful tips and tutorials for all of the above.

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    Nice site, will follow, Regards Mark


    u have a very nice relationship with architecture. i enjoy.


    Dear Mike,

    I just read your article on Editing workflow and Its awesome. I love the fact that you go to such details to make each image shine. However, since I am new to photography I wanted to ask you, Is it acceptable to work at this length for creating images?

    Looking forward to future posts.



      Thank you for the great feedback :)

      Photographers have been honing their photographs in dark rooms since the very beginning to achieve, and I guess it’s very subjective, the very best image they believed was possible from the negative. It’s no different now, but I tend to draw the line at adding and removing artifacts to and from photos – that is then digital art.

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