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A brief look at the work of a home-grown British talent and his take on the Lumix G3
“The good thing about the LUMIX G3 is that its so much smaller and lighter than my normal kit, but still delivers incredible picture quality and has all the control I need. It’s fun to flip the screen out and change the angle – it frees me up, allowing me to capture the shot the way I saw it. With its super-fast autofocus and wide range of interchangeable lenses, I’m always ready to take the shot.”
About Will Cooper-Mitchell
Will is a photographer and short-film director based in London. He has been shooting professionally for six years, working for the likes of Channel 4, Wrangler, Virgin and Relentless.
In tune with the music scene
Will also works frequently in the music industry, shooting album covers for The Cinematic Orchestra, Grasscut and The Qemists. He has just completed a short film for Ben Westbeech’s new album on Strictly Rhythm Records, and a short documentary filmed in Senegal about African lute wrestling is due for release shortly.
A storyteller’s take on photography
Much of his stills work focuses on portraits, with an obvious slant towards documentary. Will’s pictures tell stories, which is what makes them so appealing to both the public and fellow photographers.
Most recently, Will took his unique style to the streets of the Big Apple, using the new LUMIX G3 to capture a photographic series in New York City.
For further information on Will Cooper-Mitchell, please visit: www.coopermitchell.com