I was working in the City yesterday. St Paul’s to be exact. A quiet, air conditioned corporate job. Unexpected sunshine for lunchtime saw warm temperatures (25c) blue skies and crowded streets. The strong shadows thrown by the midday sun can be really inspiring and a great incentive to get out and shoot. I decided to experiment with the multiple exposure setting on the Fujifilm x-e1 and compose the images in camera. It’s a slow process and rightly so as it was important to spend time looking and predicting how the finished will look. There were several people, mostly young, wearing these placards in front of the steps of St Paul’s Church. Only a […]
This is a still from the photofilm I’m currently editing. It is from a set of images taken around Bow Lock. The film is about working on the waterways as a lock keeper on one the most crucial stretches of the Thames. It also serves as a reminder (on this particularly wet day) that it’s not always grey and dreary in London.