Date: June 2020 - Photo Project - Q2 I have set myself the challenge of producing one project per quarter in 2020. The second project is one that has developed since January. Originally it was planned that I would focus on isolation... then lockdown happened and made it seem "cliche". However, I decided to continue and to focus on isolation, thoughts, feelings & the mind.
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Date: June 2020 - Photo Project - Q2 I have set myself the challenge of producing one project per quarter in 2020. The second project is one that has developed since January. Originally it was planned that I would focus on isolation... then lockdown happened and made...
I'm thoroughly enjoying reading the book titled "Why It Does Not Have To Be In Focus: Modern Photography Explained" by Jackie Higgins. (Available at Waterstones) and enjoyed reading about the photographer Gary Schneider. In particular, his long-exposure portrait...
I have recently been drawn towards Film rather than Digital... however, I have no experience of Film (apart from the point and shoot days of my pre DSLR photography). So, I had an idea to do a series of experiments where I take 36 exposures, with live view turned...
For this week's #photoaweek, I had the opportunity to undertake a commercial project for digital specialists, Intrada. These photographs will be used on the customer's new website, literature & social media.
I undertook this project on behalf of Intrada Innovations. Sarah Annis Reflexolgy required photography and video montage for her website. For full project details, visit: https://www.intradainnovations.co.uk/recent-projects/sarah-annis-reflexology/website-photography-video-sarah-annis
As part of my work for Intrada Innovations, I was asked to take high quality photographs of one of their conservatories. For full details, visit: Intrada Innovations Website
The light in Finland is something I'd never experienced before. The view, phenomenal and the landscape, unique. Here is a selection of the photographs I took on a recent visit.
I absolutely love Bletchley Park, absolutely fascinated by the feeling of history you get when you are in the grounds. A day spend photographing was inevitable... and I will be back. So many things to see, so much to learn and a lovely place to sit and reflect.
Today I had a day off from the business and spent a wonderful day at National Trust - Stowe. Here's some photos from the day, I look forward to returning and exploring the grounds more.