Amy Morvell and I had a great time shooting some dance photography in Chichester last week. We started in the picturesque Priory Park, and then headed over to the University of Chichester for some studio shots.
Anyone who’s launched a profile on Instagram will know how demoralising it is when you make a huge effort to gain less followers than most teenagers have without trying. So with the hope that I can save others time and research, here’s what I’ve found successful in my journey to 500 followers.
The key to my strategy has been to find real followers. Don’t be tempted with companies that offer to gain you thousands of followers. Followers who don’t care, or aren’t real (in many cases) won’t engage in your posts and that will stop you from growing.
Street and Travel Photography from my recent trip to Wells-next-the-Sea in north Norfolk.
Flora Gibbs shows us how to spend a lazy day taking it easy Around The House, relaxing, drinking coffee, listening to music, and curling up with duvets on the sofa.
I loved capturing the joy of these dance and movement sessions for people with dementia across Hampshire.
Dubai is incredibly photogenic and street photography there has a truly unique mix of city architecture and beach landscapes. The hot sun gives some really vivid colours, and high contrast images, which I think the Olympus Em5 Mark ii has done a great job of capturing. Lenses: Olympus 17mm f1.8 Olympus 45mm f1.8 Olympus 75mm f1.8
In two week Lila Dance’s The Deluge will start touring to rural venues across the UK. The immersive dance show has been adapted for the tour, so I took the opportunity to test my new Olympus E-M5 mk ii camera out, and shoot this short trailer video. All footage was shot on an Olympus Em5 markContinue reading “Deluge- Rural Tour Video”