Suns out Posted by Jake Woodnutt on Fri 29th Jan 2016 @ 3:40 pm
What a stunning day! Very happy walking around in just a t-shirt, little teaser saying that summer is on its way. One thing I think I forgot to mention about this project. The equipment.
I am using a Canon 5D Mark ii camera with my 50mm 1.4 Prime lens, and that is it.
The 50mm being a prime lens means no zoom, Just full control of depth of field and shutter speed. I love this lens, and challenging myself by having to move, Get closer or take a step back. Just to get the frame filled how I want it.
Im enjoying this project more and more!

Snow storm on the island.Posted by Jake Woodnutt on Wed 13th Mar 2013 @ 1:38 am
Force 10 winds and very heavy snow. I am trying to get into the habit of taking my camera everywhere I go. You never know when there is a cool shot and it is always very annoying when you dont have your camera. This week Alderney and the rest of the Channel islands got battered with strong winds and snow. These are my photographs from the few days of storm on the island.
After going hunting with my friend. This was my catch.
Someones fallen over boat after force 10 winds batter the island.
Someones sails came loose on their boat. Torn to shreds in the wind
The Alderney Pilot boat battling the swell inside the harbour tied up against the quay.
Alderney lifeboat rescued this boat earlier on in the day. It now spends the long night battling the swell and strong winds in Alderney Harbour.
The pig shed. 4 feet of snow in places. Makes feeding the pigs a real chore.
Jazz on top of 4 foot snowdrift.
Jazz on top of 4 foot snowdrift.
Going hunting with my friend Saul.
Oxford Sandy and...White?
The 4x4