I’ve had a lovely week shooting a Cycling campaign for work, in an effort to try and get more people out of their cars and onto two wheels. With several colleagues we descended on a local park to get a myriad of requested shots, and a Marketing Executive keeping me on my toes and ticking off all the various long shots and close ups she needs.
A second night-time stroll around my city produced some nice images of the Council House.
At the heart of the Second City of the UK is a fabulous canal system, once left to decay as an old an unsanitary open wound in the heart of the city, now a source of pride with bars, restaurants, and a myriad of meeting places; it’s not often I shoot down here, but maybe I need to change that.
Last week I was warm and comfortable photographing a beautiful lingerie clad lady, and this week I was out braving the elements shooting an Industrial heritage landscape at Bumble Hole in Dudley.
Not a great shot given the water on my lens as it just started to really chuck it down, but I love the moody sky.
Red sky at night, shepherds delight.
It’s brilliant that in the course of my work, i’ve been asked to supply some images for the Social Media pages, & currently have the Facebook Header image. Being “on the clock” so to speak, I guess I can claim to be a Semi Professional.