I am reopening an old project which I had no time to finish last year. Saudade still interests me for many reasons – linguistic, sociological, historical and not the least – personal.
Fireworks photos at Midsummer Common, Cambridge 2016
Walk in Ely Country Park
Anybody in London in October? Pop in!
Submitting work for the Photomasters in London this October has proven a difficult task. However, after some deliberation, calling a friend and a strong coffee, I think I am going with Crossings 1.
Below are all options, starting with Crossing 1 on top, followed by Crossings 2 and at the end Scenes of Portugal.
Am I making the right decision? Would appreciate your feedback….
Scenes of Portugal
IPhoneography in Portugal
Just a quick preview from the Portuguese adventures – still on the road and the full photo essay on Portugal is in the making.
For now I can say that I have never enjoyed travelling so much. The food itself will be a chapter on its own.
Writing this while waiting for petiscos in a small Portuguese restaurant in Porto.
The food is here – so, bye for now!
Continued: Elizabeth Dickens Veils Photoshoot
On the way to the fish and chips place…
As usual, thoroughly enjoyed working around the May Balls in Cambridge. This one is from St. Andrew’s College Summer Ball
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Delivering Northabout to Bristol
Hi, I’ve finally got Dad off the phone for long enough to get the laptop off him, so here’s instalment two. You know how I said yesterday was a long tiring day? Yeah, well, its got nothing on today. After I finished writing to you, best beloved. I managed to get to bed at midnight, just in time for a full nights sleep before I got up again, at four thirty. We immediately got underway to just round the corner to a nice little town called Portishead at six. We commenced the daily sorting out of the boat and then stopped at nine, for breakfast. After that we continued work until four pm. We then lleft the harbour and motored down to Bristol by six. Details will follow. The early morning was fairly smooth. We had no real hiccups on the way to Portishead. When we…
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I am presenting my photography research project on identities this Friday, 6th May at the photography research seminar, Anglia Ruskin University WEB002. It is a free entry with light buffet. For more information visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/culture-and-community-photography-research-seminar-tickets-24866678906
… And the Suffolk landscape.
Evening out with the camera – must do that more often….
Hi everyone! I am presently working on a project on identity and I am looking for all kinds of people willing to take a part. The only conditions are:
– You have to be over 18
– You have to be/live/work in a reasonable distance from Cambridge
– You have to be ready to sign a model release (the model release is available to download from my website)
Here is a link to the project: http://www.reginarayphotography.com/photography-projects.html
Or email me for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
I must say that I did not ask him to release the balloons.
I saw him standing with his hair on fire and took the first photo. He saw the camera and without moving otherwise, released the balloons with that devilish look in his eyes and making sure that I am taking photos.
The last one is my absolute favourite – that raised finger pointed at the balloons is such a statement!
You can see more of my work here:
That was a lot of fun!
Little dancer at a big wedding
For more photographs, visit http://www.reginarayphotography.com
And here I am – supporting students when they go on a work experience in the local paper. In my defence – I had no idea that this will be published. No regrets – it is just a bit not true. I had to go with ‘shopping’ on the guilty pleasure, because addiction to legal smokeable substances would not have been appropriate.
Photo courtesy of Mark. And many thanks to him too, for keeping it for two months and managing to scan it and email it to me. Otherwise I would have never seen it.