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Peebles Scotland: The Beltane - Fording Tweed

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embryonic

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'embryonic' is an experimental film inspired by the sounds my wife and I experienced during ultrasound scans of our unborn baby, due the first week of August 2017. I wondered what it must be like for our baby, experiencing the sounds, shapes and colours inside her mothers womb. The sounds of water, of mum's heartbeat, of the digestive system working... I purchased two sound packs from sonniss.com - one pack was underwater sounds, the other sounds recorded via a stethoscope of the inner workings of the human body. The video was created using simple bubbles, the kind you buy your kids from the toy shop. I used a 30" x 30" 'mini studio' lit by 2 powerful LED lamps and a macro light ring attached to a f/2.8 Canon MP-E 65 macro lens which magnifies from x1 to x5 normal size. I was working at f/8 at 5x magnification which gives an effective depth of field of 0.134mm. Focusing on the bubbles at that depth of field was a challenge I was ready to take on. Although not all of the shots are crystal clear, I like the fact that this might be how an unborn baby experiences the world around her as she begins to open her eyes for the first time. This magnification also gives an effective f-stop of f/48, which meant cranking up the ISO or buying some aircraft landing lights to light the bubbles. I shot the film on a small IKEA kitchen table in 2 hours, having spent the day before practicing the technique and making a real mess of things. 2 hours to edit and an eon to export on my ageing computer. As a timelapse shooter and architectural photographer, this project really appealed to my sense of focus, difficulty level and child-like enjoyment of trying something new. I urge you to please use your headphones for a more 'immersive' experience. I hope you enjoy the trip!

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