A video project I did with The Salvador Thali Cafe last year, focusing on the sounds and process of cooking. It’s one of my favourite videos to date!Check out Salvador Thali Cafe here.
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The Guardian. Sidi Ifni, Morocco.
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The Moroccan landscape is epic. This spot sits on the edge of the harbour just south of Sidi Ifni, and on this day the right hander was breaking double overhead off the point. Mohamed just walked circles around it.
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Storm Round II. This road sits 40-50ft above sea level, and this spray is still twice the height of the house.
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Dom makes his way back across the icy dessert that Gwithian was this morning after our session filming him kitesurf.
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An edit from my recent snowboarding trip to Austria. I made a ‘GoPole’ and shot a bunch of footage over the week with my buddy Bill. Mostly sprayin’. This was a lot of fun…that’s what it’s all about, right?!
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In the midst of building my new website, I’m looking through my archives. Here’s one from a shoot I did for a children’s book by author Alix Wood.
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Another interior? Yes, in Penryn. An Interior with a beautiful exterior.
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Another shot from Hercules on Monday. Henry taking it in.
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The Atlantic gets a ‘Code Red’. This is Porthleven an hour from high tide this morning: Swimming.
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Happy New Year. This is from a shoot I did before Christmas. I called this the Monsters Inc. room.
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One of my favourites from the shoot. Don’t ask me why please.
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Interiors is a type of photography that I haven’t had much previous experience in, but this last week I spent three days shooting interiors at the Bedruthan Hotel in Mawgan Porth to showcase products for Create Cornwall. I knew each shot would take a while to set up, but I had no idea of the detail that you have to go into to make it look just right! Moving objects half a centimetre left and right, turning chairs by a few degrees to straighten up the lines. Crazy detail. It was really fun to work with the girls from Pepperpots, and as stressful as it was at times, I really enjoyed myself and learnt a lot.
Photos coming soon, but in the mean time check out a few snaps I took in in the process.
Robin is a really interesting guy - a writer, journalist, artist and now Cornish Capitalist! He came to me with the idea for this video and said he had thought about it for a year now, and decided it was about time to do something about it. We filmed it over 4 or 5 hours and a pasty in Penryn and Porthtowan. I think the idea of comparing Robin to a tycoon in the City is really clever, and I had a bunch of fun making this video. Cheers Robin!
If you would like to get your hands on a set of Robin’s greetings cards then go to his website.
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Not long ago I invested in a very simple flash setup - one speedlight, a light stand, an umbrella, and a funny little holder/adaptor/clasp thing (but that’s not important). Since doing so much video work I have had very little time to play with it, but today I grabbed dear Jake here and got to it. I just experimented for 10 mins with changing the angle of the light, exposure, flash intensity, distance of the umbrella from the flash, distance of the flash from the subject and use of a reflector. I got varying results, but this one seems to work best of the lot. It’s unedited, straight from the camera, and I had the flash angled down from above, slightly across Jake’s face - no reflector.
I’m looking forward to taking the setup outside to get some more ‘on location’ images. Cheers to Jake for co-operating.
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