An hour or so was spent at Calshot today. I thought there would be a decent swell and so decided to head down there. On arriving I got a few great shots but it wasn't long before the weather closed in and put an end to proceedings. I did get a couple of nice one's before the raid started driving in though.
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Here are a few example shots I've managed to get over the past few days while testing the new camera. The dynamic range in particular is very impressive and the level of detail in the shots is breathtaking.
I've found it a pleasure to work with.
Excerpts from my Video "The Enchanted Forest" are to be included in a futuristic 3D project in production by a team at the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD). The project specifically deals with "Experimental Futures" and is due to be unveiled at the IIDEXCanada Architecture show early in 2016.
The project is being headed up by Professor of Faculty of Design Studies Dr Stuart Candy and is called "Nature Pod".
Footage from the video is to be converted to 3D and will be included in one of three parallel nature pods as part of the futuristic project.
OCAD is the largest and most prestigious Art and Design college of it's kind in Ontario and is based in Toronto, Canada.
Stuarts futuristic blog can be found at: www.futuryst.com
More about the work of Stuarts lab at OCAD can be found at: www.situationlab.org
I've added a new image today entitled "The Flower Girl"
This is a relatively simple one to produce, but is striking and vibrant. The image very much represents Naomi's character and was a lot of fun to do.
This is my latest work and features a new technique I've been playing around with to blend water, I think it came out rather well. I love the ocean and always have, most of my favourite memories involve being near oceans or sea's. I'm sure I will be producing a few serene and all together more peaceful shots but thought i'd start with something a little more dramatic.
Photography and Post: Rus Turner
Model: Lee Williams