A lot of people have asked me what it’s like photographing on the streets of London. So rather than trying to describe it I thought I would show what it’s like. I have created an experimental point-of-view video capturing what it’s like to photograph such a busy city.
Let me know what you think and if you would want to see any more of these kind of videos! As always you can find me on Instagram @madisonbeachphotos and over on my website.
A short film capturing the brilliant must-see Brighton Festival event ‘For the Birds’. After driving to a pick-up point you are taken in a coach to a secret woodland location where the trees are filled with sculptures and audio installations inspired by the movement and sounds of birds.
I have been very lucky and have had many adventures in the last 8 months including traveling around Iceland, Japan, Northern Italy and Wales. After a day of watching back all my footage I realised its time for a new showreel. Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed putting it together!
At the end of January I got my hands on a Sony A7RII. I’ve already taken thousands of photos but I wanted to test out the video capabilties. So I decided to shoot footage every day throughout February to get used to a mirror-less camera. After a couple of days and ironing out initial problems I am really impressed with the range of resolution options and lack of auto focus ‘hunting.Here is the result of shooting every day in February:
The camera is incredibly versatile,I went out this morning to shot some images in the beautiful but blinding sunshine and some very windy conditions.
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Over the last year I have been working on a photographic series ‘Trolleys will automatically stop if taken beyond the red line’ (www.madisonbeach.com/trolley/). The series is a tongue-in-cheek documentary series based on the the small rebellious event of taking that shopping trolley over the red line..
But after exploring my local area I found the perfect area to fit a trolley into a short film. The film is a bit of fun and based around the last man on earth discovering a shopping trolley..
Shot while traveling through Japan with my old school friend Juna. The footage features Tokyo, Kyoto, Mt.Fuji, Takayama, Hiroshima and our Tokyo-based friend Shiori.
I recently returned from the beautiful country of Japan. This is the first of two videos I shot while out there. The time-lapse is made up of 4000 photographs.