In our fourth instalment, David Leyshon chats with photographer Nicole Reed about the pros and cons of learning to work in new ways, the differences in keeping busy over lockdowns one and two, and learning to enjoy walking (with a camera in hand).
What I’ve discovered - and it’s been a really hard discovery – is not to put too much pressure on yourself … you don’t have to be doing everything, or anything, all the time. It’s hard for freelancers to come to grips with that.
In our first in a series of industry conversations during COVID-19, Melbourne Studio and Rental Manager David Leyshon speaks to photographer Tracey Lee Hayes about how she’s navigated the experience of lockdown, the best ways she’s found to use time and opportunities for those in the industry to support each other during and after the pandemic.
Fashion and commercial photographer Richard Freeman travelled to North Sumatra in Indonesia for his recent shoot and used the Sunbounce Cage on the beautiful sunny beachscape. Find out what he had to say about the experience….
Pratley’s series of SEPA 2018 portraits grew organically out of encounters in daily life with people, a reminder that people you walk past every day often hold valuable experience. His images are an education in adversity and how to continue on.