Updates And News
Despite desperately wanting to shoot, but given the current situation with COVID-19 (Corona Virus), I am not currently shooting nor am I accepting bookings of any kind, unless they are outside and preventative measures to prevent the spread of the virus are strictly adhered to.
My life as a photographer is not my job or main source of income (it's purely a hobby) and as such, should my employer call me back to the workplace, I don't want put myself or others at risk by the possibility of catching or carrying the virus.
This little guy always seems to be our garden lately - not that we mind - he's cute, friendly and loves posing!
I was out and about September, travelling over 100 miles (each way) for this shoot: https://davelynes.com/photography/album/norse-dragon-armoury-shoot
A great day, the weather was PERFECT, met some amazing people and got some amazing images!
8th September saw me shooting at Murder Mile in Walthamstow (London), together with another photographer and 3 models. It was a long day, resulting in nearly 1300 photos taken and some candid behind-the-scenes 'B' roll footage, along with a load of laughs and fun! Not everyone's "cup of tea" maybe - but good none-the-less!
Photo album can be view here: https://davelynes.com/photography/album/murder-mile
1st September 2018 saw my second year running attending Macmillan Fest and the second year running as one of event photographers. This year saw me using the full-frame 42.3 megapixel Sony A99ii camera and I think the results speak for themselves.
A few weeks after the event saw them raise over £9,000 for this event, with the expectation for the final amount raised once Macmillan Fest Bristol (11th November) has taken place.
Bands featured this year included the likes of Black Peaks, Holding Absence, Fahran, Beckon Lane, Eagles Vs Drones, Martyr Defiled, and Borders (to name just 7 of the 60 or so confirmed acts playing across 7 different venues).
You can find more of this event at the following link: https://davelynes.com/photography/album/macmillan-fest-2018-nottingham