It’s late but I just wanted to throw up a really quick post about the wedding I shot today.
I had a really great time. Alex and Mark are such beautiful, happy, welcoming people, and it was a real pleasure to be part of their big day; full of laughter, tears, dinosaurs and sunshine. Who could ask for more?
Yesterday was such a gorgeous day, and having spend most of cooped up indoors doing various chores it was great to get out for an evening stroll with my girlfriend and a friend of ours.
The Heath is always a great place for trying out new photographic techniques, and with my first official wedding shoot just around the corner I thought now might be the time to get practicing.
The photographers out there may have come across freelensing before, but for those who haven’t, it’s a simple way to modify the focus plane so to create effects where specific areas of the image can be thrown far out of focus. Check out Sam Hurd’s piece on the technique.
Been sorting through my photos of Brainchild 2012 for the organisers’ use in the run up to this years festival, and just remembering how much fun it was, thought I’d share some of the photos. Bring on the summer!
Broad Vision has been getting a lot of publicity this last couple of days which is lovely; featured in the Guardian on Tuesday and on Imperica today. Great to translate the feeling of buzz in to print, the third cycle of the project is well under way, with my group looking in to digital steganography and the re-representation of image data in new and interesting ways. Looking forward to putting something together for our show at GV Art (23-30th May 2013).
Had a splendid shoot with musician Rosina Andrews last night (pictured above), my first using smoke canisters and direct flash, which was really enjoyable! Got some images that we were very happy with, but enjoyed it so much we may have to go back and do some more! Thanks to Tom Langley for his assistance.
And finally! Been planning a print run with Liz Cowley of our work from Broad Vision cycle 2, which is an interesting experience in itself. Currently looking at papers and print methods, and getting down to the nitty gritty of how to sign them! Really looking forward to getting them produced, if you’re interested in purchasing contact either Liz or myself.
Didn’t I have a dissertation to be getting on with…?