Into the streets!
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Making full use of the @rotolights that @lee.jessopsacademy very kindly brought
It was fun to shoot down the bustling streets of York with @victoria.lucie
Getting some funny looks from people and other joining in thinking we were shooting a film/celebrity which was great ༄
It was excellent to get different backgrounds for each shoot and useful poses to match the location
Really helps bring more creativity and thought into your shots rather than a click'n'go type of day out
To this day I think about using the natural surroundings to my advantage and thinking of cute areas to pose my partner when doing my travel shots
Pop into the York Store to learn more about the day and get excited about expanding your photography ambitions and interests
⌻ @fujifilmglobal X-T2
⌬ @fujixseries 16-55mm LM XF WR F2.8
⊚ @rotolight NEO
ꐕ Shutter Speed 125
⊚ Aperture F4
░ ISO 100
❦ @lightroom to edit the shadows, alter colours/brightness and alignment
Fancy trying out some professional lighting equipment and your own model for the day? LOOK no further! With our Portrait Workshop spend the day perfecting your composition through the use of creative lighting, poses and photography around some fun areas around York
If it’s magic you’re after this summer, hop on your broomstick and head to the Shambles with your little wizards in tow. Whether this enchanting street really was the inspiration for Diagon Alley we’ll probably ever know, but it’s certainly bewitching. Our kids love @theshopthatmustnotbenamed - complete with its own broom parking zone - and potion making at @potionscauldron. It’s one of York’s must-see streets and it’s spellbinding
On my visit to the National Railway Museum #York yesterday I filmed odd little snippets. Being an ex employee I of course know all about its history and its ghosts.
This is the Mail Carriage which is haunted by a spooky mailman sorting his letters into the pigeon holes. In the past, staff have commented on how letters have been found to be scattered about all over the floor and the sacks seemingly opened. Perhaps our spirit has unfinished business.
Another sighting has been when someone entered the carriage and met a rather grumpy man who told them rudely to leave and tgat he is very busy. Others have just seen him hard at work and then as they turn to leave they look back to say goodbye and yet he has disappeared...