Waste is a small graphic design and screen printing studio based in Nottingham. They have been developing their new websitefor some time and now it’s finally gone live! Go check out their work! The site also features some of my photos. All looks superduper especially on a large screen.
Ever since I got my first iPhone back in ‘07 I’ve tried to take a regular picture of what I was up to. Really this was just for my own personal record and the photos weren’t really all that great. Over the past year or so since I got my DLSR and I started to take a real interest in photography. I have noticed that I was taking more photos with greater consideration. With the new iPhone 4 picture quality is actually very impressive and in the rightconditions it can produce some very nice photos. Because I now have a camera with me all the time I thought I would experiment by taking one photo daily. I roughly started this in September ‘10. I kept doing this for about 3 months during this time I was trying to think of ways I could keep an organised record of it. I wanted to have it online somewhere so it would be backed up and I could show other people what I’ve been up to.
I spent the last weekend blasting through more Snowsports DVD. On the Sunday my friend Alex (who designed all the branding) came over to help with the editing and work on his intro animation. Over all I recon I’m over half way done. The total length of the main section so far is around 20 min. There is plenty of spare footage that will go in the extras. On average there’s around 1hour of footage per day that needs to be cut down to around 3 min! It’s a long and some times boring task, however once a section is finished its pretty rewarding.
I found some more photos from my recent trip to the French Alps that needed editing. I had a bit of spare time last night so I got to work.
The First one below was a fairly easy job. There was minimal tweaking the only thing I had to remove from the stitched images was my shadow. This was really easy with this shot because snow is dead easy to clone with out being noticeable.
Past couple of days at Tribe I’ve been busy working on the last two exhibition stand concepts. Tracey who works at tribe again came up the floor plan and style. Simon provided me with the graphics that are on each vertical panel.
I noticed the other day that the old Gelaskin I had on my iPhone 4 was getting a bit tatty. It had been on the phone for around 4 months and I didn’t have any problems with it at all. But I think with all the cold and damp weather recently the sticky adhesive that holds the sticker on was wearing out.
A few months back Simon at Tribe came to me with a cool brief. It was basically to produce two lines that flow around in a 3D space. It would be used as the background on a holding page for the company Parallel Pictures.
Simon did the design and Ben sorted the code.
The site has recently gone live! Below is a screen grab of the finished holding page. Here’s a link to the site (It may have changed).