|Bill Culbert, Bebop (2013). Photograph by Jennifer French|
So on my first day I finish the shoot in the Bebop room, and begin to move through to the work installed in the corridor, called Strait, 2013 – a horizontal set of Anchor milk bottles bisected by a florescent tube. Everything is going well, and my lens choices made in New Zealand are all working out fine, now I’m actually in the spaces. So far so good. It’s raining and windy outside where the two wardrobe works Walk Reflection, 2001/2013 and Walk Blue, 2001/2013 are installed, and they have protective blue tarps tied over them, so I can’t shoot them yet nor the views around them to the connecting spaces.
|Bill Culbert, Daylight Flotsam Venice (2013). Photograph by Jennifer French|
So far I’m feeling confident with four days before my deadline for the initial media images. I’ve shot as much as I can, so I begin the downloading of image files. It’s wonderful shooting 36MP images, but it’s clear that when they unpack to 100MB per image that life is going to slow down little. So I churn through the first day’s image files, bit by bit.
- Jennifer French, Gallery Photographer