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Interview with Simon Bath

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22 April 2016

Posted by Anna Fraser

Hi Simon! Tell us about yourself in two sentences - who are you?

ACurrently working as a Visual FX Producer at The Mill. Previously I’ve been lucky enough to take several sojourns around the various parts of the world, where I started picking up a few photography tips which I’ve been improving on ever since.

What's the weirdest situation you've found yourself in while taking a photograph?

AA couple of years ago I visited Svalbard in the Arctic Circle. It was in the depth of winter, just before the solstice – pitch black morning to night. There were gale force winds with temperatures around –30C and sheet ice over the whole island. It was the closest thing I can imagine to being on the moon. The only way to see what we were surround by was to take long exposure photos, which meant huddling round a tripod, trying to keep it steady in the wind whilst quickly losing feeling in my fingers. Every photo was like someone turned on the lights for a brief second before returning to darkness. Amazing place. I’d love to go back in the Spring when there’s a bit more light to work with.

QWhat do you shoot on? What's your favourite set up?

ACanon 600D. My go-to kit lens is a 24-70mm f/2.8 and a 50mm f/1.4 for portraits, but I’ve recently invested in 70-200 f/4 which I’m really enjoying as it opens up a new, closer perspective on a subject without disturbing them (while still being careful to respect the individual).

QWhat's your number one tip for an aspiring photographer?

AShooting as often as you can is a sure-fire way improve and find your style, but my top tip would be to start shooting on manual as soon as you can. In the digital world it’s very easy to skip all the theory and traditional film techniques, but shooting on manual will give you a great appreciation for how aperture, ISO and shutter speed work with each other and the different results that can achieved from adjusting them.

I think my favourite pic would be ‘Gentleman’s Club’. It was a taken at a market in Kathmandu, Nepal, while surrounded by incredible temples. Each gent has a different facial ex... Read more

I think my favourite pic would be ‘Gentleman’s Club’. It was a taken at a market in Kathmandu, Nepal, while surrounded by incredible temples. Each gent has a different facial expression and distinct personality whilst looking like they’ve been sitting in that spot for years and it’s all part of their routine. Read less

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This was taken in Mexico, Isla Mujeres. A great thing about the tropics is the often unpredictable weather movements, which can result in a mix of conditions. In this case a stu... Read more

This was taken in Mexico, Isla Mujeres. A great thing about the tropics is the often unpredictable weather movements, which can result in a mix of conditions. In this case a stunning, colourful sunset offset with looming storm clouds Read less

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This was a memorable moment – taken from a cliff-top terrace in Positano, Italy. We could look right down into the bright blue and green sea while we were having breakfast.

This was a memorable moment – taken from a cliff-top terrace in Positano, Italy. We could look right down into the bright blue and green sea while we were having breakfast. Read less

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We went out of our way to find this library in Stockholm, and very glad we did. They were used to tourists popping in to take a look, which made it nice relaxing visit, and the ... Read more

We went out of our way to find this library in Stockholm, and very glad we did. They were used to tourists popping in to take a look, which made it nice relaxing visit, and the main room is a beautiful - round hall with three tiers of book shelves. Worth a look if you're nearby. Read less

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This was in Bolivia on the salt flats, on the way to a train graveyard. We could see for miles in every direction but couldn’t see an origin or destination. Like something out o... Read more

This was in Bolivia on the salt flats, on the way to a train graveyard. We could see for miles in every direction but couldn’t see an origin or destination. Like something out of a film noir, hence why I thought B&W suited this print. Read less

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Taken on my honeymoon last year. My wife and I completely fell in love with Japan and can’t wait to go back. This was taken in Gion, one of the Geisha districts of Kyoto. I like... Read more

Taken on my honeymoon last year. My wife and I completely fell in love with Japan and can’t wait to go back. This was taken in Gion, one of the Geisha districts of Kyoto. I like the variety of lighting, subjects and décor. A different story in each window. Read less

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