Free Range Degree Show 2012

Final selection of images for the Free Range degree show at the Old Truman Brewery, London

Photo courtesy of Marianne Demmo

Installation shot

http://www.free-range.org.uk/cgi-bin/portfolio.pl?memberID=21335

Free Range Portfolio link

http://www.smuphoto2012.co.uk/

Online catalogue for Swansea Metropolitan University’s 2012 Photography Degree

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UPDATE: Degree Show

https://twitter.com/#!/smuphoto2012/

Here’s the twitter account to follow our progress over the last few months. Get involved.

Thanks


Degree Show

http://www.indiegogo.com/smuphotographydegreeshow

This is the link to our donate page for our graduate degree show in London this June. Any donations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Olly


Lyderhorn.

A small series from Lyderhorn, Bergen (Summer 2011).


Insight into Ansel Adams work at Yosemite Valley.

 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/user/ZoneIII

This link is for a youtube channel which has a number of videos about Ansel Adams, and other photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, George Eastman and Edward Weston.


After the Summer days [and an inadvertent hiatus].

 

 

The blog has inadvertently been on hiatus.

This post is the beginning of a revival, with hope.


Swansea City F.C. – A Heroes Return.

Crowd beginning to stir.

Crowd meets team.

Some of the fans get a better view.

Victory buying.

"Going Up, Going Up"

I guess this is a continuation of a previous post about Swansea’s football team going up to the Premiership, ‘Vetch Field – Swansea are Premiership Now’. These photos were taken at the victory parade through the town when the team returned from their triumph over Reading. This event was a first for me, I’ve never really had the oppurtunity to attend a victory parade and the crowd atmosphere was addictive. I orginally just went to photograph, I didn’t think I would feel connected, but before I knew it I was feeling part of the crowd and not just a photographer. I think the photographs speak for themselves, I just wanted to show the crowd’s elation for their home football team, and their feat of greatness (for Swansea anyway).