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Notte Sento – A Short Film made of 4500+ Still Images

So this was sent to me this morning… thought you might like it…

It’s a short film made with 4500+ still photographs. It was shot (very well I should add) with a Canon 30D Camera.

A girl misses her train to Milan and is set to wait overnight in Rome until dawn. However, a chance encounter with a guy changes her plans and the night lights of the capital turn into the background to a tender love story.

I really think this is beautiful and it must have taken some immense preparation and shooting. Absolutely brilliant.

In fact this featured on my old blog back on March 9th 2009. So much has happened since. This remains stunning. That’s how art should be. Classic and emotive.

This post originally appeared two days before my grandma died. I’ll repost that next. Memories shouldn’t be lost.

Notte Sento – A Short Film made of 4500+ Still Images

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Birmingham Wedding Photography | Lynette and Tony!

Here are some of my highlights from a brilliant wedding day out in Tamworth and Drayton Manor!

Smiles, sharp suits and a beautiful bride (of course!). What more does a wedding photographer love?! Oh yes… a bit of sunshine!

Let me know what you think. Leave a comment and share this link for good vibes!

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So what did you think?

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Manchester Wedding Photography | Lisa and Paul!

Never let the rain dampen your happy day! This couple were brilliant, beautifully prepared to enjoy the wedding come what may… in their own words “This is Manchester!”

It was a real privilege to shoot this wedding, yes the groom may have called the bride as he was getting anxious, but he didn’t cry (grr) when she arrived. She embraced the weather and they had a great time! We had to shoot most of the group and couple session in door and the ceremony venue were very accommodating, albeit not allowing me to shoot during the ceremony at all.. not even from the back! Yes I managed a few anyway… I hate being forced to miss parts of the special story.

Enjoy a few highlights!

 

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As you can see I do Manchester Wedding Photography  as well as Birmingham, West Midlands, in fact anywhere there is a beautiful wedding taking place! Get in touch

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Birmingham Portrait Photography | Nimco Degan – Somalian Singer

Check out a few images from a recent shoot with Nimco Degan for Way Art West! Nimco is a well known Somalian singer about to embark on the first Somali Women’s concert tour in Britain. Take a look at the official link: http://www.wawagency.com/index/touring/homage-to-magool/

Taken from the official website:

Homage to Magool is a unique concert that brings together some of the most popular Somali singers to present the music of Somalia’s legendary singer, Magool on the 10th anniversary of her death.

From Magool’s beginnings in Somalia’s most popular band, Waaberi to solo work and self-imposed exile her life and struggles have mirrored those of her compatriots. Her return from exile was celebrated with a sell-out show in the national stadium, still the largest concert in Somali history. The greatest poets wrote for her and even today the biggest stars sing her songs.

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