I started up a photo blog with the goal to share and create content that educate, inform and inspire.
The name: (from wikipedia)
C-41 is a chromogenic color print film developing process. C-41, also known as CN-16 by Fuji, CNK-4 by Konica, and AP-70 by AGFA, is the most popular film process in use, with most photofinishing labs devoting at least one machine to this development process.
Have a visit. http://c41.net/
I grew up this guys photos. This is such a great piece.
While on different assignments I always come across some interesting people. One of my favorite shots is a guy I watched work while on a shoot for Terasen. His name was Jon. You can check that image out here. There is something about hard work that shows in the face.
It was a true pleasure to watch Vic work, and was even better when he gave me a few minutes to pose a portrait during scenes. A little more information about him here.
Hope you dig this shot.
A few videos I shared on Twitter:
This video is nothing short of wicked. Get married or not… Stay Free… It’s better – vimeo.com/31289816
— Darren Hull (@dahul) July 4, 2012
How is this for something a little different:: GRAVITY – a short film. vimeo.com/34896859
— Darren Hull (@dahul) July 4, 2012
This is a cool video. Great shots, great storytelling, compelling subject. Turkish Stars vimeo.com/44256652
— Darren Hull (@dahul) June 26, 2012
April 2012 – Schloss Röhrsdorf
An inspiration to me early on in my life.
I was editing away on an assignment today, and started listening to some Bif Naked. After a song or two I kinda of forgot what I was working on and went into the archives to hunt down the concert images I shot of her in 2009 in Kelowna.
Inspired I re -did the images // the treatment of the first time I did are here: http://darrenhull.com/blog/bif-naked/
Shooting live music is cool, but shooting live music from an artist you really like is another.
I do hope I have another opportunity to photograph her, even better have her as a subject of 140Portraits
What else can I say about her, she is just one cool chick and I am a big FAN. (going back to the winnipeg Gorilla Gorilla days)
Bif if you see these, I hope you dig em.. and the high res files are yours if you want them!
Surfing in The End of the world, Patagonia – by Kepa Acero. This inspired me.
A celebration of the beauty of the French and Italian Alps. Some beautiful imagery in this work by sebastien montaz-rosset
I really enjoyed this video. A fantastic story.
Today I watched Dustin Farrell‘s video on Vimeo. Actually had to watch it a couple of time. Pure beauty and wanted to share it here.
Steve Jobs 1955-2011
What can I say about Kristin… her Twitter bio reads:
“Math educational revolutionary, dedicated to making high school math entertaining and engaging! I post entertaining videos about math at youtube”
She is passionate about numbers.. this I know for sure. Her Youtube channel is: http://www.youtube.com/user/Dreadsupertutor
Some of the information on the channel describes her as:
Revolutionizing senior math education, making math *entertaining* in an instant with super short tips & tricks! High school mathematics delivered simply with a twist of entertainment!
I have met with Kristin a few times talking about a few of her projects, and found her to be interesting on several levels. I dropped her an email asking her if she would be up for a shoot and luckily for me, she agreed. Originally we were going to shoot at Quails Gate, but at the last minute she invited us to her home, which was incredible. It was great to spend time with Kristin and get to know her a little more.
Its been awhile since I updated this project. 140 portraits is a personal project and unfortunatley life and work seem to get in the way from spending the time I want on this. I have had great feedback on the project, and interest in licensing the photos. While its appreciated the images are not for sale. That was always the deal. Gary allowed me the chance to hang out and document a day on the road. This is something that I have mass appreciation for. It was CrushIt that inspired the project.
There have been great comments about the images, but some of the feedback really made me think. Rob Haggart (http://www.aphotoeditor.com) was kind of enough to review the project and his feedback was very valuable. In a nutshell, “it was interesting but keep developing the idea. I don’t think it’s all the way there yet”.
I agree with him and will continue to refine and progress this project.
I thank you again for all the feedback and always welcome more. There are no rules for this and I will continue to document people that inspire me.
If you have not seen the images of Gary I invite you to have a look at the full set here.
..and another big thank you to Gary and his team. Keep doing what you do man!