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MARCH – THE SIXTY SECOND PHOTOGRAPH

MARCH – THE SIXTY SECOND PHOTOGRAPH

The monthly collaboration The Sixty Second Photograph is so wonderful to be a part of…. beautiful stories by such talented artists. Everyone pushing themselves to try something new to them, each discovering different ways to see and capture the movement in front of them.

This film idea has been in my head for over a year, but I’ve not found the situation to bring it to life. It’s different to what I normally shoot, but that’s the point of The Sixty Second Photograph – trying things out of your comfort zone and experimenting, so it’s the perfect playground to try something like this out.

Experimenting is what this film is about. Playing with light… playing with double exposures… playing with a story that’s about the boys growing up and trying to reach out and hold onto this moment.

I hope you enjoy it.

Please do spend some time over HERE and see the wonderful films on offer this month. I’m so inspired!

 

 

2 Comments
  • Lovely Little Memoirs
    Posted at 17:09h, 23 March Reply

    Love this Xanthe! It is beautiful! You need to teach us how to do this in your next class. : )

  • Tahnee Parsakia
    Posted at 08:11h, 23 March Reply

    XANTHE!! I watched this (over on TSSP site) with my mouth open.. HOW?!! You are just too clever – I have never seen anything like this before.. it was just SO beautiful. I am sooo intrigued as to how you film like this! You clever, clever, talented soul xx

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