More graduation photos, some are potentials for the New Hall prospectus, others were requested by people for their parents to have printed.
Friends celebrating after their BA graduation dinner.
Of interest photographically because I handheld the flashgun off-camera, which allowed for great variation in lighting.
Happy graduands just before entering Senate House to receive their BA degrees.
Natalie wears this season’s hottest new look, the BA graduation gown and hood, in front of King’s Chapel. Expect to see lots more people following this trendy fashion in the next few days.
I’ve been commissioned by New Hall College to take photographs of college life for their new prospectus, and these are some of the photos that they selected. In their selection were also photos from the New Hall Garden Party. The college has just received a large donation, and is changing its name to Murray Edwards College.
I was commissioned again this year to take the official Corpus Christi MCR photos, of the committee and this year’s leavers.
After some stunning acro rock’n’roll photos at sunset of Barny & Jenny, we decided to take a few more photos on the St. John’s Backs.
Having been commissioned to take photographs of the CU Fashion Show Launch Party for lead-sponsor Grand Arcade’s PR, I also covered the fashion show itself, held at the Corn Exchange. There were various ranges of design themes, interlude performances of hip-hop and breakdancing, and a competition for pupils to design a dress made only of orange Sainsbury’s carrier bags. The finale was the revealing of a Grand Arcade dress, made of recycled Grand Arcade publicity.
The May Week Dance show, by Cambridge Contemporary Dance, performed under the Wren Library in Trinity College.
This show took place towards the end of May Week, and I was pretty tired from lots of all-nighters. Unusually for me, I turned up to the performance a few minutes before it started and just took photos on auto-pilot; so I was very pleasant surprised to see how well they came out. Again, LightRoom really helped turn good photos into great photos.
After an individual photoshoot with Emily in Homerton’s Drawing Room, her friend Hayley (one of my muses) joined in for the second half of the photoshoot.
I really love so many of these photos, mostly because Emily and Hayley look incredible, but partly because I’ve started using Adobe Lightroom to process my photos.