The Olympus Playground is a wonderful concept of Art and experimenting. Artists are gathered to put together a mesmerising setup of fleeting sculptures for the visitors to capture with their own cameras or, preferably, with an Olympus camera.
As the title implies it is a playground. As such place is for play and fun. So there is no right or wrong, but exclusive entertainment of the senses through a micro 4:3's eye.
I was invited to lead several photo walks over two days. The first thing I do before any shoot (as any good photographer should), I checked the location up and down, the light and the dark spaces (usually that could play a negative factor on the outcome) and checked what equipment was available.
I was amazed at how the spaces run alongside each other and, although the dark areas, how colourful and imaginative the artists were in putting together their vision. Every set gave the opportunity to the viewer to test their perspectives and eyes to think and capture differently.
I can't wait to see what Olympus has in store for next year!
If you are interested in taking part in a Photowalk just send me a message via any social network or simply an email and I will link you to the website!