Thursday, 29 November 2007

The 39 Steps - Music Video

I have recently had the opportunity to work on a music video for 'The 39 Steps' on their song 'I'll be there' ( I was working as a stills photographer and extra for Aspinall Film, who I previously worked with on another music video (details can be found in an earlier blog).

Sunday, 11 November 2007

Long Lost Leeds

'Explore Leeds & make a book about it' was the task set and with the 'it' being anything I liked, I chose the obvious for me...places of historc interest! I had great fun exploring and searching for different places in and around Leeds and researching into their history.

I especially liked Robin Hood's Grave as I am very interested in folklore and myths and it was also the hardest place to find and gain permission to visit and photograph!

My favourite photos have got to be the Abbey Light Railway (they just look really nostalgic and the editing effects have worked well on them) as well as Harewood House as the image is so dominant and over powering. are some of the photos that I have taken and used for this piece of coursework.

Long Lost Leeds

Friday, 2 November 2007


I quite enjoy Macro photography as well.It makes you look at subjects quite differently and see them in a different light with far more detail.Its great fun just to mess around with and it works really well with plant life.The two images below are some of my favouries because of the detail that you see and how different they look up close.

One Of My Aspirations...

I would love to be a wildlife photographer for the National Geographic.It would be the most amazing job ever!Unfortunatley, I haven't had the chance to travel that much but I've still managed to take some photos that aren't too obvious that the animals are in captivity...

I like all of these images because they could have quite easily have been taken in the wild, when in fact they were all taken at my local zoo.The other reason that I particulary like them, is because I have always wanted to take wildlife images and there is so much detail that you don't notice until you can get close up or study photographs as these types of animals are not directly part of our everyday lives.I paricularly like the Otter image, mainly because he was sat there squeeking on a branch so pitifully for ages - he was so cute!The Wolf image is another favourite, purely because he was staring directly at me from quite some distance and it just makes me wonder what is going through his head.

Thursday, 1 November 2007

Photographers Rights

I've just come accross this site that explains the rights for UK Photographers and thought it may be of interest or of use to people.

UK Photographers Rights

Thought I would post it before I forget!

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