Here comes the Lisa “Hooch Hooch” 🙂 Awesome wacking dancer in my 2nd series of Dance Sequence images. 🙂
Which one is better? Which one has better specs, dust protection, fps? Who cares. This post is about a switch from one, to another. 🙂
Here is sneek peek from photoshoot with Charlotte in London. Yes, thats London Eye in the background. 🙂
Last post of the series. That makes it nearly 90 images published. Just about Freshers Fayre. I would took more if it wasn’t too hot and too crowded 🙂 Sea of people around make it difficult to focus and take a well framed photo. Well, maybe next year will be better. Or I will have bigger frame. […]
Second part of Freshers Fayre photography at Brunel University during Freshers Week 2011. It was fun, fun, fun, hot and very crowded. Yep, a lot of people, trying to join all the clubs they are interested in, everyone advertising themselves and their club, getting freebies (yay!) and much more. Enjoy.
Second part to my freshers Project. On the same day I went to Brunel Sports Hall and took “framed” pictures of Freshers and current students, especially people representing different clubs and societies. It was fun as outdoor shoot, but at a times very crowded. This is why I had to use my 35mm f2 lens […]
Last year (last university term) I bought my new camera with a set of lenses. I was thinking how I could use it “safely” or in some sort of more friendly environment to test how it preforms with low light and live music photography. I didn’t wanted to take it straight away to KOKO or […]
Here is part 3 of Freshers Photo project. That will be the last part of Freshers Project. I will create one big gallery soon, where you will be able to see all the images together, even the ones that didn’t make it to the post 1,2 or 3 🙂
Here goes part 2 of Freshers Photo project. You can see part one here. Whole thing took a place just over 3 hours. It was fun and quick way to befriend strangers. It was really cool way to stop people, make them laugh and some of them took part in this. The results you can see below.
After long summer (summer is never too long 🙂 ) I came back to campus with my DSLR camera to photograph random people. I called this little project “Freshers Photo”. Idea was to simply take portrait photo of as many Freshers arriving at Brunel campus in September 2011 as I could.