September 2013 

12/09/2013

As the night tests draw to a close and the walkers come down from the far hill, we lay out illuminated poles in different configurations on the pathway down Duncryne. It immediately creates a different quality and perspective that may be useful if replicated using hundreds of poles at scale .

Technically it has been a really useful night giving us a strong idea of what will work or not for the final shoot in October. The challenge will be to infuse an enigmatic quality into the images while also working across a much wider field of vision.


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