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
Continued: Elizabeth Dickens Veils Photoshoot
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:
Or email me for more info: email@example.com
Queens’ College Cambridge
Scouting locations for a wedding in Cambridge is the best day to spend the day
Families are very interesting to me. This social construct, to which I am almost a complete stranger, is fascinating and complex and has always been one of my most favourite photographic topics
Preparing a portfolio for my interview in May, I came across this image of a very good friend of mine. And it made me think about a project…
It is actually a key holder hole… Taken during class in college, while roaming the corridors with a group of students
Being on holiday is nice. But is also nice being back and slowly getting back to your routine. Continuing work on Karen and Steve’s wedding (below is a recent one) and looking forward to starting the new term in college – am I going to have some really talented students again this year? Yes, pretty sure there will be a few…
Karen & Steve’s lovely wedding at the Jockey Club Rooms
21 Aug 2014, Newmarket
The website is now ready and you can see it here:
The photo is from a lovely Christening in August
Around 2011 / 35mm BW film
I have really enjoyed working on that wedding – I can only hope it shows…
A little preview into the July wedding.
My particularly favourite – the third from the top – you can see almost every important person of this wedding, only the groom is missing.
It is a bit of ‘Where is Wally” type of photo though – but look and thou shall find…
Now on Facebook
The church ceremony was so intense – I have never before seen anything like this
Now on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReginaRayPhotography
A storm hit only 10 minutes after this photo during this improvised session on the playground.
I am glad we just managed before the storm…
Continuing the theme from yesterday – shot through the window
Looking back in past work, I discovered quite a few shots like this one.
Wedding parties smoking areas are such a wonderful place to take photographs of the wedding guests.
The people are less their “wedding!-behave-in-from-of-other-people” selves and become more their everyday selves – relaxed, natural, normal. Even the camera does not bother them so much.
My favourite from a recent photo shoot