Take Part in a Documentary Project

I’m looking for people to participate in a weeklong documentary project. The project surrounds the theme of mottos and sayings. The idea is to get people from all around the world, of all ages, to record themselves living their life by someone else’s motto for a week (April 13th-19th) and documenting it. All the footage will be put together into a documentary that will be available to view online and hopefully played at film festivals.

All participants will receive full credit and don’t need to have a professional camera, a dslr, camcorder, phone etc. will do!

If your interested please send a video of you talking briefly about you: Your name, age, where your from, a bit about you (please be as honest and open as possible), the motto/saying that you live by and why.

Please email your videos to sevendaysdoc@yahoo.com or if the file is too big please wetransfer them using the email address above, and please feel free to send any questions you may have. The deadline to send in your entries is 23rd March 11pm GMT

Sunday Snaps

Im currently leading up to the deadline of 4 different briefs so I have had my head buried in books (well my laptop) writing up proposals and  all my research for a good couple of weeks so today I woke up and decided to just go out with my camera to the local park and just photograph for the sake of it. It was highly enjoyable although I still did end up scouting a location for a planned shoot..

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Found: Part III

I recently came across 100’s of negatives in a basket at the back of a second hand shop with most of the ones dated dating back to the 1960’s. I couldn’t not buy them so I made a deal with the shop keeper and very kindly ended up getting the basket thrown in for free.  I decided to purchase a negative scanner so I can share them online.

This is Part 3. More to follow. None are edited.

 

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Found: Part II

I recently came across 100’s of negatives in a basket at the back of a second hand shop with most of the ones dated dating back to the 1960’s. I couldn’t not buy them so I made a deal with the shop keeper and ended up getting the basket thrown in for free. So recently I decided to purchase a negative scanner so I can share them online.

This is Part 2. More to follow. None are edited.

 

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Found: Part I

I recently came across 100’s of negatives in a basket at the back of a second hand shop with most of the ones dated dating back to the 1960’s. I couldn’t not buy them so I made a deal with the shop keeper and ended up getting the basket thrown in for free. So recently I decided to purchase a negative scanner so I can share them online.

This is Part 1. Many more to follow. None are edited.

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@MadisonBphotog