Lifestyle Shoot – Fleetwood Fishermen

 

I had been looking to do a lifestyle shoot aboard the Sursum Corda aka Rio for around 6 months, however, finding the correct weather and at the time I was planning to shoot was all down to Mother Nature and boy, did she make me wait.

The conditions I had been waiting for was to have a fairly calm sea because I did not want to end up with a bunch of blurred photographs due to the motion of the boat throwing myself and the camera around. Also, I was hoping to have nice clouds in the sky with some nice sunlight. To me there is nothing worse than an empty bland sky, clouds add so much more to a photograph.

The last and most important part was the time of sailing. I really wanted to be out on the boat when the sun was starting to get lower in the sky. This meant that the sun would not be at its highest point and the light would be a little softer and easier to manage.

Finally after around 6 months of waiting and with only two hours’ notice Mother Nature finally delivered.

I would like to say a big thankyou to the skipper and crew of the Sursum Corda for allowing me aboard to capture these photographs.

Heading to the grounds
Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Pulling the pots
Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Possible problem diverted, time to get back to work

Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

Panorama
Rio Panorama

Finally…. If you would like to contact me about a possible shoot idea then please, do not hesitate!

Thanks for reading,

Alan Duggan

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