Sawston Fun Run 15 May 2011

Sawston Fun Run images available now! View Gallery Wonderful weather in Cambridgeshire today for an excellent and Fun Run through Sawston village.

Sawston Fun Run 2010 – Images Available Now

Well done to all those that took part and showed support for the event.

Images taken at the Sawston Fun Run 9th May 2010 are available online now. Visit the Sawston Fun Run gallery to see all the competitors in action, the wonderful supporters and all the fun.

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Sawston Fun Run recce

Just had a look round the Sawston Fun Run route, and have identified some great places to capture all the action. Plus met two very keen participants training for the big day!! Looking forward to it gallery will be available here. Sawston Fun Photograph gallery

(IMAGES AVAILABLE NOW – visit the gallery here)

Sawston Fun Run Photography 9th May 2010

More race event photography – A Fun run this time, can’t wait to see what people dress up and get up to!! Check back here for updates on image availability or alternatively book mark the gallery page! The Sawston fun is apparently the biggest event of its kind in the UK. (IMAGES AVAILABLE NOW – visit the gallery here)

Organised originally by Sawston Village College the Fun Run has since 2001 been organised by the Sawston and District Rotary Club it has raised over  £319,000 in its 24 year history and attracts over 1100 entrants.

Good Luck and see you there!

Cambridge University Botanic Garden Photography

Results from the Cambridge University Botanic Garden commission, to photograph children enjoying the Botanic Gardens surroundings and activities. Before undertaking this project I spent some time scouting locations with the marketing manager to find suitable places for children to enjoy and interact with the garden. There were so many beautiful and interesting options I new it would probably be best to stick to just a few places rather than tackling a long list of locations.  Otherwise tiring the children and  loosing their attention span.

There were in total about 12 children on the day, all were very enthusiastic and full of energy. My approach was to allow the children freedom to interact and enjoy themselves but to also set up and pose situations where the children might interact or find fun. Such as looking into fish ponds, hiding under tree branches or creeping through bamboo. Always keeping a mindful eye on the unexpected. I beleive the results are very natural and capture the fun atmosphere of the mornings shoot.

All images were shot available light with some fill from reflectors. The gardens are very interesting and diverse, with some wonderful views and trails throughout. More than enough for any photographer to get their teeth into, if you enjoy photographing nature and landscapes.

Photographs of Children enjoying Botanic Gardens

Photographs of Children enjoying Botanic Gardens

Photographs of Children enjoying Botanic Gardens

Photographs of Children enjoying Botanic Gardens