Friday, November 25, 2011

Sylvain Chavanel, en-route to winning the French Championships, Boulogne 2011

Waaaaaaayyyy back in June I was lucky enough to get a commission from Cycle Sport Magazine to go to Boulogne for the day to shoot the French National Champs. It was a great day with sunshine, brilliant racing on a great, short circuit, and a deserving winner.

And there was sunshine!

There are more shots in the new issue of Cycle Sport magazine, available in the UK and USA right now.

Shot on the left - Canon 30d, 10-22mm lens, and an on camera flash. Shot on the right - Canon 7d, 100mm f2 lens, wide open.

For the magazine, check out cyclesportmag.com

Monday, November 21, 2011

World Masters Cyclocross Champs

I just entered. Louisville, Kentucky, I'm coming over.

I just need to find a bike to ride now, and if I could find some form, that would be pretty good too. Six weeks to go, I'll be fine - I've got a lot of study material to check out.




Thursday, November 17, 2011

Neil and Becky's wedding on Rock N' Roll Bride

Some of my photos from Neil and Becky's wedding have been featured on the website Rock N' Roll Bride - pretty cool.

Neil and Becky's wedding, originally uploaded by Andy Waterman.

Monday, November 07, 2011

A quote I liked



"But then we did not think ever of ourselves as poor. We did not accept it. We thought we were superior people and other people that we looked down on and rightly mistrusted were rich. It had never seemed strange to me to wear sweatshirts for underwear to keep warm. It only seemed odd to the rich. We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other."
Ernest Hemingway, from A Moveable Feast.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Back to shooting film with a Bronica

I spent last week shooting and doing interviews at Coed Y Brenin for Privateer. Totally loving shooting film again. These are just a couple of outtakes to use up a role on the drive up to Dafydd Davis's house. Details: Bronica SQ, 150mm lens, Neopan 400CN film, edited a bit in lightroom.