Since I cannot rightly charge anyone for my alleged photographic services, I have to work full-time in a real job.  That’s fine though since my job also involves cameras, albeit of a much larger, fancier and expensive variety.

Over the last week or so, I have been assisting on a shoot for Bees Nees Media.  It’s a programme called Seirm for BBC Alba and features acts playing at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow.  Four nights of nice music nestled neatly at the end of four days making sure cameras, lenses, transmitters, comms et al were all up and running properly.

Of course, there were moments of downtime during sound checks (and also because we do such a good job and making sure things stay up and running!) so I took the opportunity to take some snaps of the kit as well as a few other bits and bobs.

Weapons of choice for this were my trusty Canon 700D and a Canon 24-70 f2.8 borrowed from work (such are the occasional perks!).


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