Every so often a bit of works comes my way which has me instantly excited and eager to go, so when I got a call asking if I could head out and get some shots of a graveyard of 81 sunken ships in the Severn estuary my gear was already packed.
I've done some work for 'Waterfront' before, the magazine that the Canal and River Trust puts out, they always have some interesting project on the go and this was no exception, the main task was to get a series of images to go along side an article detailing this really interesting place and the ships which now reside there.
I decided to plan this in a very certain way, I headed up for the later afternoon/evening on a clear day which I could get some great diffused light and take advantage of golden hour, safe to say I'm glad it turned out this well, and the tide was out which helped grab some shots of the boats which are usually under it.
I shot this project on the X-E2 & X-M1 [great for getting close to the ground with the flip out screen] and a mix of the 35mm and 12mm lenses.
hope you enjoy some of the images I shot here, head over to my slowly developing editorial site to see more of my non-wedding work!