As a filmmaker, photographer and educator I will be posting up regular vlogs and videos exploring different subjects, projects, issues, tips and more.
This video focusing on the Apple Project at the Royal Horticultural Society's gardens at Wisley in Surrey and the recent year-long project in which I ran photography workshops. The photo walkshops at the orchard were with six different community groups at three different times of the year, catching the changing in the seasons through to the harvest. There will be more videos about the project soon but this one goes straight to the exhibition that happened in October and how valuable printing and sharing your work in an exhibition can be. I also look at the project from a teaching perspective and how sharing your passion for photography with others can actively help your own photographic journey.
I'll be aiming to post up new vlog episodes, project films and more on a weekly basis. If you hit the subscribe button and the notification bell you'll get a heads up on when these new videos drop.
Thanks for the support! - Paul.
Equipment used on this video include:
Panasonic Lumix GH5s
Metabones Speed Booster
Canon 24-105mm Lens
SLR Magic Variable ND Filter
Rode VideoMic Pro