Autumn’s here and, apart from a few albums designs underway, the summer wedding season’s finally done. At the airport now on my way to Hamish and Raphaelle’s London wedding now and hoping the leaves in Waterlow Park will put on a good show for us tomorrow.
Sadly I’ve got a couple of client’s from the summer who requested not to have their pictures publicly available, nor even named in one case, so no highlights from them online. Instead though, here’s a few pics from the workshop I was at in Gothenburg today, courtesy of Damian McGillicuddy. I can’t take credit for these myself as most of these were Damian’s own arrangements, but it was a great insight into his approach to location shooting and use of lighting. In this case, we were in the Eriksberg conference centre, a gorgeous old loading warehouse still with a lot of the old machinery in place. I’ve been affiliated with the SWPP who arrange these seminars for a few years now, but this is the first time they’ve been over in Gothenburg (actually that’s a lie. They came over earlier in the year while I was shooting in London). Very pleased to see some familiar faces from the convention out in my adoptive second home.