This is a collection of pictures that don’t really fit into any other category. Most of this work comes from personal projects that our photographers have worked on.
An impromptu shoot by one of our photographers who was riding across Cardiff Bay Barrage.
These shots were taken by our founder, Jason Rochefort, taken during a recent trip to Tenby in Pembrokeshire. There were a tons of bikes in and around the town for the Bank Holiday weekend and the sun was shining!!
This series of images started as a project about water. The Cardiff Bay Barrage is an iconic landmark in Cardiff and transformed the landscape of Cardiff Bay when it was completed in 1999.
The barrage separates a 2 square kilometre freshwater lake from the Bristol Channel. The average tidal difference is 8m between the Bristol Channel and the lagoon and as such the barrage houses five huge locks to enable boat traffic to transition from the lagoon to the sea.
These locks are huge civil engineering projects in their own right and the hugely powerful machines required to operate these locks was the main subject of this series. The photographer wanted to show the massive scale of machinery required to control these huge bodies water.
Newport based, Swedish geek tattoo artist. Specialises in all kinds of Disney, Manga, Marvel, TV, film and cartoon tattoos. Prefers to work in colour.
Photographers make the worst models. Some shots from a recent Meetup.
Self-Portrait with a Twist
This shoot involved self-portraits with a difference. The photographer decided to take these shots with complete strangers and also gave control of the shutter to them. In addition to this, they were given a whiteboard on which they could write a message if they chose.
This is an interesting take on the self-portrait as the collaboration with strangers produced some interesting shots.
A series of everyday objects shot from unusual angles with very specific lighting and macro lenses.