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Photography

I am always inspired by people who have an ability to capture a moment through film. I follow numerous accounts on Instagram and Facebook. I thought I would share some of my favourites and why I like their work. Photography has always been my way of capturing ideas as a way of documenting a thought for a project. However these people take it to another level. Dan has a real knack for being able to capture to excitement of an event as shown in the photos below, Millie has a great eye for colour and composition and Alex has a talent for capturing to vulnerability of her subject matter. I have followed her work for a long time and have real admiration for her portfolio.

Daniel John

https://www.facebook.com/DanielJohnPhotography21?fref=ts
http://www.danieljohnphotography.com
https://instagram.com/danieljohn__/

Dan is a friend of my older sister from University. I first saw his work on Instagram and really loved his ability to capture emotion and movement on camera. Having the confidence to photograph events like this is good too because I can imagine you have to be constantly on your feet looking for a good shot without the image becoming too distorted. These photos work especially well in black and white and add to the atmosphere of the gig.




Millie Elliott

https://www.facebook.com/millieelliottphotography?fref=ts
https://www.flickr.com/photos/thehighescloud/

Millie is about to start on the Photography course this September at Falmouth University. Her photography is brilliant because of how she composes each shot. She cleverly selects props which make the photo more interesting to look at. The second image in particular appeals to me because of the use of texture. I just love her use of colour too, adds a real delicate calm feeling to the work.




Alexandra Cameron

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alexandra-Cameron-Photography/17279066151?fref=ts 
https://instagram.com/alex_cameron/
www.alexandracameron.co.uk

Alexandra's work is simply beautiful. Her portfolio ranges from fashion to personal projects all of which can be seen on her website. To have the ability to capture so many different scenes and emotions is incredible. I really relate to her work as she is able to create powerful emotive scenes. The one below is a recent favourite. I think because at how she has composed it and how I am able to relate to this. The lighting and everything just works. She manages to get across through photography what I can't put into words. I really urge you to check out her work.



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