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Steve Purnell | The Rat Catcher

The Rat Catcher

A unique and original abstract smoke art design. Photographing smoke trails gives some weird and wonderful shapes and patterns. When this is combined with photoshop, it is surprising what can be achieved. An abstract smoke trail image. Original photograph manipulated and coloured in photoshop.
Steve Purnell | The Mask

The Mask

A unique and original abstract smoke art design. Photographing smoke trails gives some weird and wonderful shapes and patterns. When this is combined with photoshop, it is surprising what can be achieved. An abstract smoke trail image. Original photograph manipulated and coloured in photoshop.
Steve Purnell | Four Eyed Monster

Four Eyed Monster

A unique and original abstract smoke art design. Photographing smoke trails gives some weird and wonderful shapes and patterns. When this is combined with photoshop, it is surprising what can be achieved. An abstract smoke trail image. Original photograph manipulated and coloured in photoshop.
Steve Purnell | Laid Back

Laid Back

A unique and original abstract smoke art design. Photographing smoke trails gives some weird and wonderful shapes and patterns. When this is combined with photoshop, it is surprising what can be achieved. An abstract smoke trail image. Original photograph manipulated and coloured in photoshop.
Steve Purnell | The Cat's Whiskers

The Cat's Whiskers

A unique and original abstract smoke art design. Photographing smoke trails gives some weird and wonderful shapes and patterns. When this is combined with photoshop, it is surprising what can be achieved. An abstract smoke trail image. Original photograph manipulated and coloured in photoshop.
Steve Purnell | Reds And Yellow

Reds And Yellow

A composite image of photographs taken by me featuring the Red Arrows and an RAF Sea King Rescue helicopter.
Steve Purnell | RAF Cheriton Carew Sunset

RAF Cheriton Carew Sunset

Sunset at the entrance of RAF Carew Cheriton in Carew, Pembrokeshire. Also known as RNAS Pembroke or Milton the base was originally opened in 1915 and operated non-rigid airships until 1917 when it operated Sopwith 1½ Strutter and Airco DH6 biplanes. The site closed in 1920. The base was recommissioned in 1938 and used as a support base for the flying boat operations at RAF Pembroke. In 1942 it became a training camp for aircrew wireless operators before finally closing in 1945. This image is a composite with a sky replacement in Photoshop.
Steve Purnell | Odd One Out

Odd One Out

Ivy climbing up a tree with a single red leaf. This image has been enhanced with a texture filter.
Steve Purnell | The Tree Line

The Tree Line

A skyline of trees in the valleys of Wales set against a blue sky. This image has been enhanced with a texture filter.