A very good friend of mine who has been one of the catalysts towards the improvement in my photography, organised an urban model shoot in Birmingham a couple of weeks ago. Here’s the link to the post on her blog.
I met up with Gill, the models and the other 10 or so photographers at the Mailbox in Birmingham.
Unfortunately, or as it turned out, fortunately we were moved on by one of the Mailbox security guards. Our quick search of the area lead us to the remains of St Thomas’ Church, which was bombed and damaged in WWII. The remaining structure of the Portico and Tower are now joined to a Peace Garden.
Here are some of my favourites:
Thanks again to Gill for organising this and to the models for putting up with the heat and us and thanks for the advice you offered us all on the day.