Article by Lee Glasgow
Project Bath Time
I fell in love with photography through being spoilt, I picked up A Canon 300d, the clunk of the bayonet fitting lens had me hooked from the beginning. From that point onwards I believe I’d be incredibly rich, if I stopped buying photography gear from that point.
I have photographed so many things since picking up this amazing little camera, from nudes to horses and even nude horses. I have captured people in the final days of their lives and even onto the funerals, there is nothing like holding up a camera with tears streaming down your face to make you realise what your photography is all about.
I have ran my own Wedding photography business for about 12 years http://www.leeglasgowphotography.co.uk I love being my own boss, I’m an all or nothing kind of person and my business allows me to be as lazy as I like, but at some point you have to put the work in. When you have your own business you are in control, you can make instant changes and see the results first hand.
After all this time with picking up a camera for business, I lost my hobby. So the birth of a project began, Project Bath Time projectbathtime on instagram. Why legs? I was thinking of a project, but this idea came from nowhere, I posted an image on social media of my legs hanging out the bath with shopping bags around my feet (I could not get my feet wet as I’d had a Podiatry Procedure) it got a bit of traction, the project was born and grew legs ever since. This project is liberating, frustrating, it’s a great talking point but above all it gives me a reason to pick up a camera for me. All the images in this project are shot with the Fujifilm X100F (its one of the few rules, I set myself) The others include, only legs can be on view, no added lighting and only one bath can be used for each image.
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