Forth Road Bridge, West Lothian - Scotland - December 2003.
This was my winning entry for the 2003 National Tetley Photographic Competition. The image was featured in several catering magazines throughout the country. It shows an Inspector at the top of the Forth Road Bridge's south tower enjoying a cup of Tetley Tea. The competition's slogan was - "A cup of Tetley and you're ready for anything!".
All shot on 35mm, the good old days...
Update : Wow I am honored to be on the top 10 specially selected deviations of the past 9 years! That is brilliant, thanks.
NOTE : In response to the post about winning all the tea, I actually won - A Fuji 120 rangefinder camera, 250 rolls of Fuji 120 film and £500 with this image. ...Looking back and seeing now everything has gone digital I think I would have rather had the unlimited tea bags!
During my early days as Community Manager for Mazda USA, working with ad agency The Garage / Team Mazda, I severely lucked out and got the privilege of shooting the most famous Japanese race car in history.
This was taken at the end of the last set-up day prior to the 2011 Monterey Motorsports Pre-Reunion, prelude event to the renowned Monterey Motorsports Reunion, at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
To see the complete story of this shoot, as well as some additional photos and video, and how it was all put to use across Mazda USA's social media channels, click over to: lukemunnell.com/blog/?p=3017
Canon EOS 5D Mark II Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L Manfrotto carbon fiber tripod Custom remote shutter trigger Sunpak 555 flashes (x3) Wein flash triggers Impact light stands and umbrellas
Multiple exposures merged and edited in Adobe Photoshop
This is the last huge photo manipulation i've done from the andrea's WWI scenario. The original miniature as a shorter wall, so i've putted more on each side. If u look close im sure that you'll see it