Today I got to shoot my first ever ‘tracking’ shot, basically hanging out the back of a moving car, shooting cars following close behind you. It’s a three car comparison between out long termer Renault Wind, a Peugeot 207cc and a Mazda mx-5. To be honest, for my first ever attempt I’m pretty pleased with the results, please let me know what you think!
I planned on going out tonight to shoot the Mercedes G Wagon I currently have sitting on my driveway, but it’s too late to get it cleaned now, so I’ll try to photograph it tomorrow night instead.
I wanted to shoot it in the same style as I once shot a Scirocco we used to have on the our long termer fleet, which lead me to uncovering the shot below, which I never got round to finishing and bringing out to see the light of day.
After taking some photographs at a friends wedding in Croatia last summer together with the groom we put together a 120 page book of the wedding day, which we got back from the printers just before Christmas. I’ll get some images of the book up soon, but as I’ve looked more into the world of wedding photography it’s brought me into contact with this budding upstart who filmed another friends wedding and you can see the highlights video here. If you look closely you may even see my hairy face.
So if you’re planning or know of anyone who is planning a wedding and would love some beautiful photography and video of your day please do get in contact with either myself or Frances over at reel love films.
Gin Soldiers, previously known as Dirty Little Faces, have long been a favourite subject of mine. Following them to gigs, sharing a freezing cold rehearsal shed with them and most recently (albeit way back in November 2009) spending time with them in the recording studio, has resulted in a huge back catalogue of images. So here are a few of my favs.
If you’re in a band, and need some photography please do get in contact.