As part of encouraging me to learn all the bells and whistles on my new camera (a Sony A580, and very nice thank you), I joined a three-evening photography course – the focus was land and seascapes. But on the second night course organiser Simon Woolf provided a burning red piano, not-at-all tortured musician Shaun Preston and several perfectly photogenic models for us to photograph. The final night of the course there was a dinner and a slideshow; it was fascinating to see how 20 people, all in the same place photographing the same thing still managed to come up with completely different images. Anyyyyway, these are the ones I submitted for review.
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A while back I ran away from a twentymumble-year corporate career to be a feckless art student. Since then I've dirtied my hands with, metaphorically and/or literally, bronze and ceramic sculpture, photography, and digital and traditional illustration. Mask making was one discovery, dovetailing with my interests in teaching and performing improvised theatre. View all posts by alittleart