How I shoot and edit a theatrical show – The Wedding Singer with Stageworks

In this video I walk through the cameras I used to take shots of this fantastic musical, the settings I use on the cameras, and how I bulk edit a large number of photos quickly. I’ve also included some of the finished images.

The Wedding Singer – Rehearsals

After a couple of difficult years, I’m delighted that the brilliant Stageworks performers are putting on the very funny, and sweet romcom, The Wedding Singer, based in the Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore movie of the same name. A full set of rehearsal images can be found in the link below.

https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjzBzw8

As always I will be selling a USB with all the images from the show and the rehearsals for £20. If you want to order directly please complete the form below. I will be able to send you a unique direct payment link to your phone

Two camera set-ups. The Holdfast MoneyMaker vs. Peak Design Slide and Clip

So I’ve been meaning to make this video for a while. I bought the MoneyMaker dual camera strap system a while ago for weddings and event photography. I love it’s style but less keen on it’s usability. Since I moved to smaller/lighter Fuji mirrorless cameras, I found that using a Peak Design Clip and a Slide strap in combination seems to work fine.

Felixstowe sunrise

I set an early alarm for a drive to the coast last weekend and tried to shoot some new views of the beach at Felixstowe, getting some nice shots of a groyne as the sun rose and some pictures at the pier. Felixstowe continues to offer new photography challenges to me and is nearest coastline to where I live, and I needed a coastal fix.