Pushing the Limits. Just wanted to do something different this time. Technique: cross processing with a little color bleaching — fully inspired by analog film. It took quite some time to get this lofi sun bleached look, but it worked out nicely (i think). Note: this is not a collage. Real photo, real jump. These guys jumped about 10 meters down into the water. Pow!
This is one of the perfect accidents, I was trying to get a shot of empty scene when this lady who was clearly on a hen weekend walked into shot and took a picture. You can see the shot I took before here.
This is one of the photos from a shoot where I shot Brighton, pretty much none stop for 36 hours to produce this montage. The whole thing was filmed by a film crew for O2’s YouTube channel. You can watch the film and read more about this on my blog here. You can see some of the other images I shot for the montage in this Flickr set.
On the subject of talking photos in Brighton why join m on one of my weekend photo courses? I got courses coming up in Brighton, Munich and maybe Leeds and Manchester.
All these photos where shot in 36 hours over one weekend while I was being filmed for a little film about me for O2s YouTube channel. I Originally made the montage from real photographic prints on the side of a beach hut in hove, but it was torn down as soon as it was completed. This is a digitally recreated version. It’s 1.8 meters square and there are 246 images in it. The photos where shot on a mix of 5D, iPhone 4s, Olympus Muj ii, Lomo LCA and Nikonos V.
While I am on the subject of talking photos over a weekend why join me on one of my weekend photo courses? I got courses coming up in Brighton, Munich and maybe Leeds and Manchester.