Ive been continuing to experiment with Time Lapse since my first play around in the garden using Triggertrap for IOS. I wanted something a bit more visually interesting so took the equipment with me on two recent trips to Devon and my favourite place in the world, Croyde Bay.
I happened to have my camera in the right place at the right time this morning as I got a rare opportunity to catch a couple of foxes running around my garden. They didnt know I was watching and these are the shots I got.
Ive had my Canon 450d for 3 years now and as good a camera as it has been, I have to admit I had become frustrated and wanted to do more. So with some careful consideration I decided to take the plunge and upgrade.
My first choice in this new set of blogs on my nerdy toy collection is Connor from Assasins Creed 3. It also happens to be my newest addition. Have a look at some of the shots I took and see what you think of him.
I recently got to shoot a Guitar Icon and Rock Legend as Slash performed at the NIA in Birmingham. As a big fan of Slash and having seen him just a year or so earlier at Glastonbury I was incredibly excited to get the chance to take pictures of him as he performed with Myles Kennedy and his band.
You may have read previous posts about my desires to work with a wedding photographer as a second shooter. You may also remember that I wasn’t doing too well in finding someone willing to take me out. That changed recently when I met Jenny Lilly while she was shooting a friends wedding. I asked nicely and to my surprise she agreed to take me along on a shoot. That shoot was this weekend just gone. It was a great day so I thought I would share some of it with you.
I wanted to create my own miniature photo studio at home. I had looked at shop bought offerings and reviews seem mixed. With the pop up tents commonly provided seeming a little too small for me. So I did a bit of research and had a look at some designs online and came up with my own idea taking inspirations from other peoples creations.