Industry insight

The New York Times and Williams F1 project

The 2016 Formula 1 season saw the quickest pit stop ever seen in motor racing, in June the Williams F1 team set a record breaking pit stop of 1.92 seconds. Let’s just think about that for a moment, the 21 man crew takes less than 2 seconds to jack the car into the air, remove and replace the 4 tires and let the car down again. So, with the support of Sports Illustrated we went to the Williams HQ in Wantage to film these incredible pit stops.

The Fuji GFX 50S - what is all the fuss about?

I was lucky enough to be at Photokina last week to experience all the sights and sounds of a photographic industry in a considerable state of flux (something I will be talking about in detail in my next post). Of all the brands which made announcements there was one which stood out head and shoulders above the rest. Fuji and its unveiling of the GFX 50S was nothing short of a show stopper.

Sports Illustrated Olympic Rowing Team Project - Behind-The-Scenes Video

Last month we flew to America to shoot a very special project for Sports Illustrated. We were commissioned to shoot an interactive 360° image; a high-quality portrait; and a 360° video of the USA Women's 8s Olympic rowing team. As part of the project we shot a 'behind-the-scenes' video to give you a peek at all the work that went into shooting this project...

Creating ground breaking 360 content for Sports Illustrated

I have worked with Sports Illustrated previously, but my latest project for them was by far the most ambitious yet. I was commissioned to carry out a special shoot of the USA Olympic Women’s 8s rowing team.  It was certainly no ordinary photoshoot.  Let me explain: in years gone by a shoot for a magazine would be limited in scope to simply shooting a super high quality still image. So I had to shoot one of those.

Focus on Imaging 2011 - Phase one

This year I will be back at 'Focus on Imaging' on the Phase One stand. There will be familiar material in my Presentations but there will be a TON of new stuff too.

Not just the food photography from 'Loose birds and Game' but a whole raft of fresh and exciting work I have shot with the Phase One Achromatic+ back.

I will be showing all I have shot on it, but would like to talk more in detail about it after the show on this blog.

Here is a little teaser from it.

Shot in the infra red spectrum.

The boys jacket is infact black.