I’m quite chuffed that one of my favourite pics of Tom Randal from the Wide Boyz tour has made it into National Geographic.
Brief preview of work from my new project Victoriana
Sheffield School of Photography #1
Sunday 28th September 2014
A full day of tuition, advice and photography with me Alex Ekins. I will share some of the knowledge that has enabled me to have my photographic work published in a variety of internationally prestigious publications including The Times, The Guardian, Photo Professional, Le Monde, Colors and National Geographic.
Based at Persistence Works in Sheffield, this is a introductory course for all levels of photographic ability.
8 places only
I will run practical sessions on subjects such as setting up your camera, composition, subjects, copyright and publishing your images. The workshop will run from 9.30am until 5pm with a lunch break, followed by a optional informal evening meal in a nearby pub.
Bring a digital camera and if possible a laptop with some editing software (I recommend Adobe Lightroom). Also shoes and clothing suitable for some walking around Sheffield.
Supported and Sponsored by Canon, Rab and F-stop
To book click here – http://alexekins.bigcartel.com/product/sheffield-school-of-photography-1
The very talented film maker Adam Bailes has make a short film about my latest street art installation in Sheffield
The next stage of my Sheffield street art life-size paste ups was completed yesterday. A set of my Sherpa and Porter portraits from Everest Base Camp have been stuck up on the Persistence Works artists studio in Sheffield.
The #7sadhu project continues with a new appearance on Mary Street along the road from the excellent B&B gallery
Earlier this year I travelled to Italy with fellow Rab Professional Tom Randall. Tom was going to climb some of the world’s hardest finger cracks and attempt his then unclimbed project. I went to take photographs and eat pizza.
The 7 Sadhu pics were taken in situ at the Pashupatinath Temple near Kathmandu using a portable studio, They were then printed life-size and cut out by hand before getting pasted up in the streets of Sheffield.