Monday, 31 August 2009

Alec Swan


Alec Swan, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

Strobist: 430EX ETTL mode through Lumiquest mini soft box hand held camera left. F2.8 @ 28mm

This is Alec Swan, gun wielding stepfather……
only pacified by large quantities of Gin.

Wells Next the Sea


Wells Next the Sea, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

Strobist: 430EX thriough CTO diffuser hand held camera left.

Ambient underexposed by a stop to retain detail in distance/sky and CTO diffuser used to give warmth in the hand/bike close to the bottom of the frame

I recently went home to stay with my Mum for a while, The negative side of this is that she lives in the middle of nowhere (a small town called Great Snoring). Seeing as I live in London and whilst there have never seen the point in learning how to drive it kinda means I am stranded whenever I go back, basically I bought myself a nice road bike so I could cruise around the countryside whenever I go back.

This is some resulting Bike Porn taken using a 10mm wide angle in Wells Next The Sea

Wednesday, 19 August 2009

The Masons Arms


The Masons Arms, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

A unique protest this one, I have never seen someone protesting against the freemasons. I thought they were like a tame version of scientologists or kinda like a a grown up version of scouts for businessmen

Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Captain Phil Gavigan


Captain Phil Gavigan, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

Strobist: 430EX on sync cord hand held camera left fired using ETTL mode, ambient underexposed a couple of stops

I was just up at the Edinburgh festival helping out on a unique show situated on a canal barge in Edinburgh's Quay.

The Captain of the vessel is Mr Phil Gavigan, a rather charasmatic chap whom knows an awful lot about canals.

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Waiting


Waiting, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

a interesting set, sitting below the forth plinth in trafalgar square

Anna to Masako 4pm 11th August

"I applied mainly out of curiosity - probably my only chance to see this view of London! I am planning to use my hour to document the experience by writing a letter and making drawings to send to my Japanese friend in Hiroshima, with whom I have corresponded for the past 27 years" - from the on e& other website

Trafalgar Square


Trafalgar Square, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

I haven't done a tilt shift in a while or used my wide angle lens for any kind of lanscape type shot,

Anthony Anderson 3pm 11th August

From the one & other website;
"As a father of 2 young children and a full time digital designer time is the one thing I never have enough of. So I'm going to represent every working dad in the uk and...Kick back and do nothing...simple as that, just enjoy the world go past for 1 whole hour - no mobile, no email just me... and the pigeons oh and my kids shouting "daddy, what you doin...?"

Shelter


Shelter, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

A tourist shleters form the sun under the forth plinth

Monday, 10 August 2009

A dark night


A dark night, originally uploaded by Harry Sewell.

Strobist: vivtar 285 bounced from umbrella @ 1/2 power camera left (square to camera).

This is Matt

If you are out late at night and happen to see him loitering in a car park looking this sinister then you would be well advised to turn and run before he begins forcefully reciting the entire works of Shakespeare.

Saturday, 8 August 2009

The Lion, the Bitch and the Wardrobe

Strobist: 430EX camera left through snoot @1/2 and a vivitar 285 @ 1/2 camera right.

My girlfriend Jess has a lot of clothes “I probably wouldn’t have to do laundry for a year if I didn’t choose to” is what she just stated.

Disclaimer: there is no lion in this shot.