Archive for February, 2007

Feb 25, 2007

2 Dance Shows

2 Dance Shows

Variations Following on from the success of “Elemental“, CUCDW’s annual dance show at the ADC Theatre, much of the same team of producers, choreographers and dancers put on another show, Variations. While the lighting and venue couldn’t quite match Eddy Langley‘s lighting and the ADC stage, there were still a few great pieces of dance to enjoy. As...

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Feb 21, 2007

360 Degree Panorama of Cambridge in the snow

360 Degree Panorama of Cambridge in the snow

Well, it took 2 weeks to get round to finishing off the photo-stitch – it was a tough one, took several attempts, lots of manual tweaking, and it’s still not quite perfect, but good enough! There were 36 photos, and the final cropped panorama weighs in at 56 megapixels. You can scroll around the panorama in the Java Applet linked below. You can drag the view around with...

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Feb 17, 2007

Photoshoot with Steph, Ben & Lizzie

Photoshoot with Steph, Ben & Lizzie

I often marvel at the stunning photos of models and celebrities in glossy magazines like Vogue and Vanity Fair. For a long time, I’ve wanted to expand my photography repertoire and portfolio, and do more portrait work. I’ve already taken a few portraits for friends, but have always been on the lookout for more people to photograph, to work on my rapport with the model,...

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Feb 8, 2007

1 hour in the snow

1 hour in the snow

It snowed in Cambridge again today (the heaviest UK snowfall in the last 11 years), not quite as much as in Oxford or London, but enough to make every other person wander around town with their camera :) Taking advantage of the glorious and beautiful snow, I left home early and wandered around the pretty parts of Cambridge taking photos before work. The last time it snowed, I...

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Feb 1, 2007

Prometheus Fire Troupe

Prometheus Fire Troupe

I found out from a couple of friends that the Prometheus Fire Troupe, local to Cambridge, would be meeting on Midsummer Common on Sunday evening, to spin their poi, firesticks, and diabolos. Having often wanted to photograph LED/fire poi at night, and presented with the perfect trio of opportunity (some free time that evening, a very skilled troupe, and my SLR/tripod), I went along...

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