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Live Location Car Shoot - Tim Wallace

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Cambrian Photography Limited

87-89 Abergele Road

Colwyn Bay

LL29 7SA

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This is a unique chance to attend a live location shoot with award winning commercial photographer Tim Wallace. Tim shoots around the world creating advertising imagery for companies such as Aston Martin, Jaguar Land Rover and many more high end brands. With a reputation for his lighting and high end dramatic work Tim is offering this unique chance to shoot a car with him on location and be a part of that shoot as he takes you through the stages step and step and gives you a chance to take your own images through the process. The day will look at all the aspects involved through working on location and Tim will also be working with your through different shots using location lighting. This is a very open opportunity to attend a fun and informal group day to pick up many top shooting tips as well and advice and hands on help with technique and approach from one of the best photographers in the industry.

Equipment to bring:

Camera

Lens (24mm - 70mm)

Batteries

Memory cards

Tripod

Graduated filter (if you have them but not essential)

There is no need to bring too much equipment.

What to wear:

Footwear and clothing suitable for Snowdonia

About the photographer:

Commercial Photographer Tim Wallace is an award winning commercial photographer based in Manchester England and working Internationally his work is often described as both creative and dramatic.

Tim Wallace’s work spans both the commercial and advertising sectors and has been at the forefront of both fields for over a decade. Based in Manchester England, Tim’s work takes him to all 4 corners of the globe shooting for some of the most iconic brands through his transport photography, from supercars to private jets and luxury yachts.

Tim works internationally with many high clients across the globe such as Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot, Mercedes and Morgan as well as shooting some of the worlds most iconic brands such as Lamborghini, Aston Martin and Ferrari in the UK and Europe to Dodge, Chevrolet and Mustang in the US. Over recent years he has also broadened his AmbientLife brand to include other transport related work such as HGV Truck and large vehicle photography, Aviation and aircraft work, engineering and logistics.

Tim first started out in the darkrooms of the Daily Mail where he developed his unique appreciation for tone and contrast and even today he is very much an advocate of the benefits of shooting and learning the photography craft through first learning to shoot and develop film properly, as well as learn to print that subsequent work in the darkroom. Having had work published in the Times, Guardian and Independent, Tim's career was clearly on track from a young age. Fast forward to the UK recession in the late 80's and Tim decided to join the Royal Navy and went on to serve with 42 Commando Royal Marines in many parts of the world. In 2006 Tim decided it was time to go back to a career in photography and so established his own company, AmbientLife, with its very strong idea's towards both its goals and its own creative output. Over the past decade AmbientLife have worked with a who's who of automotive royalty, from Jaguar, Aston Martin and beyond. Tim's work is highly sought after, and this is driven also by his string of awards including British Commercial Advertising Photographer of the Year, and the acclaimed UK Motor Industry Car Photographer of the Year award to name but a few.
His ability to capture and create shots that showcase not only a car as it appears visually but also its sheer personality and soul are much sought after and often written about when he talks to magazines and in interviews that he gives in the Europe and US.

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