Back in September 2015 I had the idea of shooting a bunch of video ‘behind the scenes’ at Freshers Week, with the vision of turning it into a ‘documentary’ of sorts. Some 10 months later I’ve finally started going through the footage & throwing something together, which probably won’t appeal to anybody that isn’t/wasn’t on the Ents Crew, but has still been an entertaining endeavor. Predominantly shot on my a6000 with the Sigma 30mm 2.8 (so no IS), with a couple extra shots from Ryo shot on his EOS M.
Tasked with taking a profile photo for a work blog for Fiona. Daylight & single strobe + shoot-through umbrella on camera right, small reflector on camera left. Most of these weren’t what the actual task called for :3
Another slightly odd tradition at St Andrews is soaking people after they finish the final exam of their degree. One of the only occasions in which I’ve actually found the 11fps & phase detect AF of the a6000 useful!
A couple of months ago I shot my second gigapixel panorama, inside the Bell Pettigrew museum in St Andrews, for the Skyward exhibition of Kit Martin’s wonderful cyanotypes that opened tonight at the university’s Gateway Galleries. Visitors to the gallery can use a wireless controller to look around & zoom in to the pano.
View it in its full resolution glory beneath – click the right most icon to go full screen, click & drag to move, scroll to zoom.