(Sorry about all the brackets... It's lazy of me but I like the fast pace.)
Anyway, I worked recently with Tim Pile, who has a bit of a thing for interesting perspectives and angles in his photography. I was very pleased to be shooting with him (and two other photographers he often works with, Mary and Dinah) as he's produced some fantastic work so far, describing himself as an 'improving amateur' and shooting for a camera club and national/international competitions. The location was very unique and characterful - the Victoria Baths in Manchester, so we had about a million sets to play with.
Here are some of my favourites from the day. Tim likes to experiment with treatments to bring out the best in the shots, so I'm posting a variety. I call this first set my 'floating down the shaft/falling down the rabbit-hole) look:
The previous day, Tim came along for part of my shoot with Rebecca Parker (see previous blog entry) and got his own take on the fields of heather, again working with his interest in unusual perspectives: