Today I taught my first ever photography workshop. I've been so busy prepping for it the last few weeks that I haven't been around Instagram much. I was pretty nervous about it but I had a lot of fun and it was great meeting everyone who came along. I'm hoping to turn some of the content from today into an online course so watch this space 😊
Thank you to The @globeathay and my joint exhibition partner @adamtattonreid for an excellent exhibition last night. And a massive thank you to all who came, it was so lovely seeing and chatting to you all. For those who couldn't make it, don't worry! It's on for 3 months and I am only a message away if you want to know more about the stories behind the shots or want to see more.
Thank you for all the well wishers and lovely comments! It means a lot. ❤
Overheard a student saying they wanted to capture these buildings reflected, but the river is never high or still enough to do it. Used my hack kit and got it done. Fairly excited to show them.
Swipe to see what we had to work with originally.
This was a tough image to capture. I was ankle deep in cold rushing water, using my tripod for balance. The image needed to happen fast as the spray from the waterfall was like being in a rainforest. So, I ran in, snapped the shot on F16 and ran out. Worth it? I think so...