Just when you thought the series was over, I bring you a fresh triptych.
Mr Evans a fellow photographer and man who knows how to ensure he has all the angles covered when it comes to camera use. A fan of Calzone and a sucker for punishment as demonstrated by his devotion to a certain Leicester based football team.
Still he did ask for a triptych and for that I gladly add him to the series.
Always nice to throw a hair flick in now and then. Even more so after naming a light set up after her. “The Mol” is now a bit of a favourite in my bag of tricks and it’s all thanks to a Bowens light going up in smoke . . . . . . . .
Headed over to Hull for a shoot with Ashley last Sunday. If I had thought that Yazi’s session on Saturday was cold, putting ourselves next to the North sea wind made for some really biting conditions. Still I did manage to find myself some wicked bright backgrounds.
Big catch up again, sorry if I keep blowing up peoples RSS feeds . . . . . .
York, me, alleyways, camera, sidelight. This is always going to be on my mind as a potential shot.
Canon 5d2 50mm
Well that’s just about all of my paid jobs shot for this year. So another one in my bag of experience and it’s time for some reflection over the coming final few days of this project.
The winter is always my time for a bit of good old fashioned navel gazing to see where I am and where I’m headed, how things have changed for better and for worse. Time to contemplate those missed opportunities and almost moments along with the success.
So expect a little more in the way of words here on the blog over the coming week or so as I start to deconstruct and analyse this year of bang photography. Plus find out a few hints as to what I have planned for the new year too, as I’m pretty excited about some of the projects and shoots already in the pipeline.
Don’t worry there will still remain personal projects through 2012 for the blog too, just not a 365, something else.
Everyone needs a Pola-wall.
Sure you don’t need to shell out on polaroid film and cameras, just print some shots from your camera phone and start filling a space. It’s great for days when the inspiration levels are a little low and you want to have those warm and fuzzy memories rekindled.
Every photograph sparks a little memory no matter how small or seemingly insignificant at the time.