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You don’t take a photo you make it – Ansel Adams

But is that not in direction contradiction to Cartier-Bresson with his decisive moment theory or is it more like an attitude? To image making – capturing moments! 83 more words

Alex Bailey

Commercial Creative

Its heartbreaking! But!! Finally I did it. Cancelled my subscription to the BJP. I have subscribed to the British Journal of Photography for 35 years. Nearly 20 years ago they did an article on my stills photography. 281 more words

Alex Bailey

Sharing a few insights with Andre of New York

Hi Alex,

thanks for getting back to me. I am a graduate student at School of Visual Arts in New York as I mentioned. I am currently working on films and also building a portfolio in advertising portraiture. 602 more words

Alex Bailey

Your only as good as your last job or so they say!!!!!

Rubbish !!

You are only as good as the collection of the jobs you do.

I have never been remembered for my last job rather the memorable images that I have produced from a range of different projects, regardless of whether those films where successful in their own right. 27 more words

Alex Bailey

Full or Part Time .....

A film producer putting together a Budget asked me: Full or part time…… ??

There is no strict rule about how many days! It’s about getting the images that count and sell the film or TV production (in the ratings race and for that matter a theatre production or Musical or any other performing arts event!).   485 more words

Movie Stills Photographer

Interview Part 1

The Secrets to Scenes that Sell

Alex Bailey’s career in cinematic photography showcases the artists eye for capturing compelling moments in memorable movies. A collection of Bailey’s most iconic images feature in his book ‘Movie Photos’ along with many of the marketing master’s secrets to scenes that sell. 1,093 more words

Alex Bailey

Black Sea - current project

                                

PRODUCTION BEGINS IN THE U.K. ON KEVIN MACDONALD’S

THRILLER BLACK SEA FOR FOCUS FEATURES AND FILM4;

JUDE LAW CAPTAINS CAST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

LONDON, August 8th, 2013 – Two-time Academy Award nominee Jude Law captains the cast of Black Sea, the suspenseful adventure thriller being directed by Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald (One Day in September) and produced by Charles Steel for Cowboy Films. 253 more words

Alex Bailey